"I can’t tell you how happy I am now.
All the time I lost on trying to get my musical template working, I now will gain with a swift, intuitive and easy to use workflow.
So now I can finally go back to making music …"
Freddy McLennon, Composer

Freddy McLennon, Composer

I bought Cubase 9 to be able to make ‘Classical Movie scores’ and then Vienna Ensemble Pro to manage my Spitfire Audio libraries. I created a template to optimise the use of my computer resources,  but then I found myself clicking and scrolling all over the place.

So I started to search the internet for solutions to help me speed up my workflow. Quickly I found a few tutorials about working with Lemur.
To me that was a great solution because I would be able to control a lot of settings through Lemur using a tablet.
So, I bought Lemur and installed it on my tablet, but sadly … I’m not a talented programmer. Some things worked pretty fast but other things, I just couldn’t get to work properly and I fell into a very frustrating journey that lasted months.
Eventually I stopped trying because I wanted to make music instead of spending day after day trying desperately to make everything work.
Finally I contacted Marco Di Stefano who was working on a project called ‘Flow’.
His goal was to help people to easily setup Cubase 9, Vepro 6 and Lemur to manage their Spitfire Audio libraries.
And I have to say… In less then one hour I was setup and ready to go!
I just followed his manual on how to configure each program so they would communicate properly with each other through Lemur.
Then I fired up his templates and after that, the only thing I had to do was to delete the tracks I didn’t have libraries for.
I can’t tell you how happy I am now.
All the time I lost on trying to get my musical template working, I now will gain with a swift, intuitive and easy to use workflow.
So now I can finally go back to making music …

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