I have often heard of this turm key switching. What does it mean? May the peace of God which passes all understanding gard your heart and mind in Christ Jesus. God bless you! Website http://www.nevillepeter.com email neville@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx phone 407-222-4488 _____ From: ddots-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ddots-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Darren H Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2010 11:52 PM To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [ddots-l] Re: Playing Techniques Hi Annabelle. Fancy stuff like that is going to be very difficult to duplicate in sampled instruments unless they have functionality like key switching to allow for these playing techniques. The only person I've heard on here do it properly and reasonably convincingly is STEVE w. I say reasonably convincingly rather than very convincingly because he had the raw samples to work with and created those types of musical tricks based on mathematics and using Sonar's step sequencer to recreate them. I certainly couldn't do it, or even know where to begin. Cheers Darren If you like electronic, ambient, new age or atmospheric music, become a fan of The Karmistry Project on Facebook... http://facebook.karmistryproject.com You can also follow Karmistry Media on Twitter... http://www.twitter.com/Karmistrymedia ----- Original Message ----- From: Annabelle <mailto:foristnights@xxxxxxxxxxx> Susan Morison To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Sunday, May 09, 2010 10:17 PM Subject: [ddots-l] Playing Techniques Hi, it's Annabelle. I've notated a score in Sibelius where I've incorporated things like Trils, scoops, falls, and other jazzy styles. I'm wondering, How do I get these to play back smoothly in Garritan Jazz And Big Band? For some reason, the scoops and falls don't play, and the trills sound a bit unnatural. Since none of them except the trills play back in Sibelius, I've saved the file as a MIDI Format 1, and imported it into Sonar. Is there something I've forgotten, that I'm supposed to do in the process?