I think more urban producers would cater to the following:
1. Guitars (Acoustic and Electric, with emphasis in cool articulations, slides, wah effects)
2. Orchestral (Emphasis in articulations, pitch runs, hits, stabs, crescendos, Timpani rolls,full ensembles)
3. Brass (full ensembles, stabs, crescendos, hits)
4. Choir (full ensembles, articulations, etc)
5. Organs with Leslie effects
6. World (Chants, shouts, Koto effects, cool percussion)
If done right the top 4 would be huge sellers. Back in the 90s, Roland did something similar to this with their JV range of modules which were highly popular for R&B/urban styles. And they did a great job in sampling cool articulations.
Also, for many styles it is more the quality of the articulations that are sampled rather than the total "realness" of a patch.
Most of those Roland cards were under 8MB but were loaded with cool samples with articulations (things that can't be mimiced too easily on a keyboard.)
Last edited by jlgrimes; 2012-02-16 at 18:48.
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