Most DAWs do have a thing called midi transformer or such.
It suppose to transform incoming midi control data into a different controller type as you desire.In the other hand I see a problem with the functionality of a pitch bend wheel, that has a fixed middle position and is sending at this point the half of the midi controller value (64) of 127. So in the case you transform the pitch bend data into the modulation data you’ll get a halfway modulation right at the moment you touch the pitch bend wheel.
In Logic transformers you can remap datas as you want; for instance: input values 12 to 98 scaled on output from 88 to 127. Or remap individually every input to whatever output value.
The new modifier plugin let you choose between whole picthbend, first half or second half with a mouse click, if you don’t need special customization.
In Logic is really simple using the powerful transformer and environment window. LogicX has a new set of preprogrammed realtime MIDI transformer that makes it super easy. You insert a modifier plug-in on an instrument track and remap input and output events at your will.
Welcome and happy music writing!
HaHa, that’s the kind of post if you just wait long enough every strings library under the sun will be mentioned. .......
Hehe Guido, you are so right
Well, an in-between solution clould be Kirk Hunter Concert Strings 2. I like them more than the new Spotlight Strings and I use them together with the other beautiful libraries posted above. Althought the sound quality is not par with the top libraries mentioned here, I like the semplicity of the programming. In a pop arrangement is great, anyway.
Here is an example where I use it in a very exposed way:https://soundcloud.com/edc-4/mozart-k546-adagio
Also in my AJ cinematic collection there is one orchestral entry made interely with KH orchestra.
Said that I use mostly EW Symphonic Orchestra and also Miroslaw when I want to add a little personality to some passage.
Anyway you’d better try as more demos as you can because, besides the sound, the way this libraries intaract with player is quite different and everyone has a different playing style.
Some piano basedhttp://audiojungle.net/item/paths/2961698?WT.ac=portfolio&WT.z_author=EdC_arts http://audiojungle.net/item/tomorrow/7440081?WT.ac=portfolio&WT.z_author=EdC_arts http://audiojungle.net/item/little-piano-journey/7691787?WT.ac=portfolio&WT.z_author=EdC_arts
And a more modern one but not extreme:http://audiojungle.net/item/tech-violins/7721991?WT.ac=portfolio&WT.z_author=EdC_arts