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Orchestra Templates: Start with instruments loaded, or add them as you write? Studio Headphones
Old 6th August 2014
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Orchestra Templates: Start with instruments loaded, or add them as you write?

I'm in the process of making a new orchestra template, and am wondering... do you guys find it better to usually include the instruments (as many as you can) in your template, or do you find it better to keep the template clear of instruments and add instruments as you start composing?
Old 7th August 2014
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Well, I think it would completely depend on what you normally produce. It would also depend on the tools you are using such as Kontakt5?

But the better question is why don't you create several templates, and when Cubase is booting choose the template that best fits your production goals on that given date?
Old 7th August 2014
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Generally, both options, depending on the piece. I do have some premade templates, but it all depends on what one tends to write, and how frequently one would use the same template.
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