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A historic difficulty for anyone working with string samples was the business of making legato melodies sound properly joined-up. We had to wait till 2002 for the first serious attempt to tackle the issue, courtesy of Gary Garritan's idea of overlaying 'masking attack samples' to smooth over note transitions in his then-groundbreaking Garritan Orchestral Strings library. A year or so later, Vienna Symphonic Library cracked the problem by sampling every interval up to an octave from each note in the instrument's range, and providing an intelligent 'performance tool' application which selected the appropriate interval sample for each note you played. For the first time, legato melodies in sampled arrangements sounded truly connected, convincing and musical.
In addition to these multisamples, the solo violinist turns in a sizeable collection of highly expressive minor-key phrases, featuring the occasional Paganini-like virtuosic outburst and a few examples of double-stopping, a playing technique I can't recall ever hearing in a sample library before. The mood is passionate, melancholy and romantic. The phrases sound improvised, but that's all to the good; Sherlock Holmes probably made up his violin licks on the spot too, and if you're stuck for a musical solution, these versatile melodic elements might just help you to crack the case. 2b1af7f3a8