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hey, if anyone has any classical melodies that they would give me, it would be greatly appreciated, preferable violins, thanks!
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get reason. very good classical instrument melodies and single samples too.
and by get I mean download. that program is not exactly worth purchasing
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also you can "buy" edirol orchestra vst, is really good, abit confusing tho
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- Location: bristol, uk
also your local classical music radio show - just record what you need
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or google classical violins midi files
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yeah...midi files rules!!!
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Or drop a massive amount of money on the East West Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra Library
Of course it would also help if you understand traditional music theory, can read music and can score your own symphonic movements.
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hire a chamber group and have them play in your house. Then become really good friends with them so they'll do it for free next time.
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