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Ben Osterhouse Pathfinder Cello

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Glad that Ben is finally taking command of his creations. Also going Player and NKS is an advance.  

Also. If you lived across the street from him in twin cities, you had to pay in Pounds. Not today!

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1 minute ago, Reid Rosefelt said:

Did you buy this already, Fleer?

Watch me do it !

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54 minutes ago, Fleer said:

Loooooooooove this. 

Can you come back here and give us a review after you get it @Fleer? I'm pretty interested in this library. 

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56 minutes ago, Fleer said:

Watch me do it !

Are you going to do a live stream of you purchasing Pathfinder Cello?

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1 hour ago, PavlovsCat said:

Can you come back here and give us a review after you get it @Fleer? I'm pretty interested in this library. 

Hey, buying ain’t using :)

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4 minutes ago, Fleer said:

Hey, buying ain’t using :)

Isn't that what all addicts say 😉

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4 minutes ago, InstrEd said:

Isn't that what all addicts say 😉

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4 minutes ago, Fleer said:

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Nice Halo. Don't get addicted to that game 🤣

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If you're in this forum, you're either buying  or selling.  Heck, if you're reading this comment, you're almost certainly an addict.

Sooner or later I'm going to buy this library, I am just looking for someone --- in this case, Fleer -- to tell me how great it is. I think Ben Osterhouse has proven himself to be a talented sample developer and he prices his libraries very modestly. 

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There’s one thing holding me back: Ben Osterhouse’s dealings with Native Instruments. Are they going to include this into KUCE 14? ‘Cause I know I will get that when it launches in a few months. 

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5 minutes ago, Fleer said:

There’s one thing holding me back: Ben Osterhouse’s dealings with Native Instruments. Are they going to include this into KUCE 14? ‘Cause I know I will get that when it launches in a few months. 

Gut feeling is that it will be inspired by it but not the same. Same as OT collaborating with NI but not re-releasing an OT library. They did new things together Arkhis, etc.  I’m really liking it but I think would need to be polished a bit more before releasing it as an official NI komplete instrument. Sounds really good though.

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The pattern UI is genius. Must have taken ages to make all the presets. It would be cool if he made a MIDI effect plug-in using the same engine. 

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50 minutes ago, Spice3d said:

The pattern UI is genius. Must have taken ages to make all the presets. It would be cool if he made a MIDI effect plug-in using the same engine. 

Exactly what I was thinking.  He said in another forum he was inspired by sonokinetic libraries and Audiobro’s Modern Scoring Strings.  I also think it is inspired by realitone’s Sunset Strings which is really good too and shapes strings in a similar way. 

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16 minutes ago, kevin H said:

Exactly what I was thinking.  He said in another forum he was inspired by sonokinetic libraries and Audiobro’s Modern Scoring Strings.  I also think it is inspired by realitone’s Sunset Strings which is really good too and shapes strings in a similar way. 

His number-of-notes triggers takes it to another level. 

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4 minutes ago, Spice3d said:

His number-of-notes triggers takes it to another level. 

For sure…great stuff

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