Dude! That’s awesome. I’m going to try. Even though I don’t like to mix con sordino on the same track as it serves a different purpose in my compositions. But I can see that being really useful for many other libs that I use. Thanks for that!
Hey. There are two options: you either split CSS and CSSS patches on two different tracks or you build multis that include both CSS & CSSS. I prefer the first option as it lets me control when I want the solo strings overlay and not.
Have you tried the way I describe in the post with a multi? That definitely works, I use it everyday. You can also host your expression map on a file host or something like Dropbox and share the link here.
Thanks! Well, that’s the age old question related to the composing intent. If I start working on a cue for an epic action trailer, I’ll start by choosing a scale/mode that fits the mood. If I try to write a theme for say, a character, I won’t start with the chord progression but with a rough melody and then iterate on it before harmonizing it. The…