I'm entering the exciting world of Soundtracks


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I'm adding music to things now. I'm just learning about Plug-ins. For my needs I'm about to buy something. ProjectSAM's Lumina seems to be just what I need. But there are SO MANY companies selling this stuff, it's confusing as hell. So before I spend $500. I thought I'd check with you guys.
 
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Nice product. Didn't know of it before you posted. The controllable mic mix is a fabulous idea. $500 is pretty salty, though. GPO is 1/4 of the price and has string sections and choir. It's real easy to clone a track in the sequencer or set both patches to receive the same MIDI channel. There is also an essential 2-mic controllability using the pan pot.

I like the product, I like the sound, but it doesn't give me 500 bucks worth over what I already have. Others may know more of this product's feature set and have differing opinions, that's what's great about this forum.
 
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Nice product. Didn't know of it before you posted. The controllable mic mix is a fabulous idea. $500 is pretty salty, though. GPO is 1/4 of the price and has string sections and choir. It's real easy to clone a track in the sequencer or set both patches to receive the same MIDI channel. There is also an essential 2-mic controllability using the pan pot.

I like the product, I like the sound, but it doesn't give me 500 bucks worth over what I already have. Others may know more of this product's feature set and have differing opinions, that's what's great about this forum.
Thank you, I found it on a UK site for $460.00. It would be my first. The only stuff I've used is in Logic. What is GPO?
 
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Thank you! I have watched several hours of YouTube. I am going to get Lumina, it looks perfect for my needs.
 
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