Spitfire, where is legato on articulations?

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Spitfire, where is legato on articulations?

Post by apaclin »

Looking at the Spitfire Symphonic Strings now and I see absolutely NO legato for an enormous amount of articulations they've made. What's the point of all of them if there's no legato?
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Re: Spitfire, where is legato on articulations?

Post by IAA »

Although I don’t use symphonic strings,I have many other Spitfire selections, try looking under advanced or special articulations, they should be there, they are certainly described in the articulation sets.
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Re: Spitfire, where is legato on articulations?

Post by RichardT »

That library definitely has legatos. It’s just a question of how to access them! Unfortunately I don’t how myself.
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Re: Spitfire, where is legato on articulations?

Post by apaclin »

All I see is Performance Legatos (standard longs) and Legato Sul G, Sul C, but no legatos for con sord, fluatando, sul pont, sul tasto and so on.
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Re: Spitfire, where is legato on articulations?

Post by IAA »

They’re not for every articulation I’m sure. Check with Spitfire their help desk is first rate in my experience.
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