When first discovering Vienna Ensemble Pro some time back, I would never have imagined how important this software would become for me. Not only in my work as composer, as I rely daily on my templates hosted by VE Pro, but also with my VE Pro tutorial. Over the course of the last two years, I have had tremendous feedback to the tutorial, released several new versions and help a ton of people setting up their templates.
Vienna Ensemble Pro 5 brought a host of new features, so an update was due. Without further ado, I present to you the brand new and updated version 2.0 of Orchestral Templates with VE Pro 5! Offering updated screenshots, information about the new features and a completely revised text, I think you will like this new version.
2.0 also marks two special new „features“, so to speak:
- On www.orchestraltemplates.com, you will not only find the tutorial, but also additional information about this part of my work.
- You asked, I deliver: Now there is an ePub version of the tutorial available for you enjoyment. It works on basically any reading device and has chapter markings, a nice cover image and all the other goodies we have come to expect of eBooks.
Download Orchestral Templates with VE Pro 5 now on its brand-new website, www.orchestraltemplates.com!
With my VE Pro Orchestral Template Tutorial, featured on the VSL website, I have had the chance to help lots of people use this software for their business. Helping people set VE Pro up and building their templates has become an important and fulfilling part of my work. With great pleasure I present version 1.3, an updated version of the tutorial.
The new version is live on the VSL website as well as on my Tutorials site.
Without all of you this tutorial would not be what it is today, so please keep the feedback coming! An extensive rewrite of the VE Pro setup process is already planned for the next version, so stay tuned!
VSL product manager Paul Steinbauer was so kind to put it up there for anyones benefit. I’m at work on a new update to the tutorial, so there’s a lot to come.
I will continue to host the tutorial on my site, too and provide regular updates both here and on the VSL site.
And this is just the start! There is tons of new stuff in the pipeline, so stay stuned.
Right on Christmas Eve, here’s another tutorial at the macProVideo blog. This time, I’ll help you set up backups and find out where all those Logic files are located on your system.
Head over to the macProVideo blog and check it out.
Here’s 1.2 with a lot of new things. I revised the whole text, added new information pertaining to updated application versions and incorportated some new parts about track naming and many more things.
I hope you like it and find it useful. Please keep the feedback coming!
So here you go: Setting up an Orchestral Template in Logic Pro 9.
I added some new sections and revised a lot of the content. As usual, feedback is highly appreciated. Tell me what you are missing in the tutorial and I will do my best to incorporate it into the next version! If you use this tutorial, please give me feedback. I don’t do this for me - I do it for you, so you have to work with me (sounding like a cop right now). Reader feedback greatly greatly helped in shaping this new version and I am confident this will be the case for the next version, too.
So here you go: Setting up an Orchestral Template in Logic Pro 9. (Updated 11/20/2010)
I deal with the concept of screensets, how you create them and give some examples of screensets for different workflow situations based on my own screensets in Logic. This is part one of a two part series. If you give me nice feedback, I’ll do my best to incorporate it into the second part :)
So, head over to the macProVideo.com blog and read for yourself!
As you might have read, our orchestral template runs with Vienna Ensemble Pro. In this tutorial you will learn how to plan your template, what you need to put it into reality and how you do it in Logic Pro 9. If you are using another sequencer, this tutorial will be beneficial to you, too, as most things also apply to other applications.
Please give us feedback on this! The tutorial is intended to be extended according to your feedback, so keep it coming!
Now, without further ado: Setting up an Orchestral Template in Logic Pro 9.
Music technology allows composers to create very realistic renditions of their tracks that only a few years back would have been plain impossible in this level of quality.
This blog post sets out to explain how here at Novatlan Sound we have set up all this technology to provide for a stable and versatile working environment. In the future, more post like this will follow to explain other aspects of studio work.