David Lai have the same question, I can’t believe that a sample library would be named the same as another sample library from years back.
I’ll say it again, they’re not named ‘exactly’ the same:
One is “NI Maverick;” the other is “The Maverick.”
It’s like calling “Game of Thrones,” and “War of Thrones” the same.
Granted, they both have to do with thrones, but the similarities end there, for one is a game of sorts, whilst the other is an outright war for supremacy!
And no, “The Maverick” is not a figment of my imagination, nor is it an April-Fool’s joke in October!
25+25 (Gould and Chopin respectively), a Steinway and a Pleyel, for a total of 50 layers per key, but I wonder, is this a desperate attempt at moving the needle forward, or simply wishful thinking? or could it be both?
For as they say, “wishful are the desperate souls that keep the world going ‘round & ‘round, for without their wishful desperation a sense of lethargic, commonplace sameness sets in and slows it down, the world, to a crawl.”