Everything is in perfect order
All our Articulation Maps are sorted alphabetically. And, we've streamlined the way the techniques are named across all libraries. For instance ”Long” and ”Sustain” are always
called ”Long” - because both describe the same.
A sustained articulation is also always on top, so you can instantly start playing when you dial up another instrument.
Our Cakewalk maps aren't just imported Expression Maps. Instead, we make extensive use of Cakewalk’s grouping feature. In many cases, all you need to do is to load a single Art
Conductor map that contains all info for an entire Brass section.
In Art Conductor, we use colors to further group articulation types together. For instance, all shorts are red. Colors are great tools to maximise overview - in a subtle