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as i said, miroslav philharmonik 2 isnt just for brass players. its got a very interesting woodwind ensemble instrument that lets you get the sound of the french horn or tuba from a flute, oboe, clarinet or alto saxophone. each instrument comes with six solo articulations and a master key switching instrument for switching between all of them. if you dont like the french horn or tuba sound, you can also load a clarinet key switching instrument to make your own unique flute or oboe. if that doesnt appeal to you, there are also special flute and saxophone instruments with a master key switching instrument for switching between all of them.
miroslav philharmonik 2 isnt just for brass, flute or woodwind players. the new piano instrument comes with a very unique instrument that lets you perform with an acoustic piano, a 5-pedal drum set or a 5-pedal multi-sampled instrument. the piano lets you play chords and single notes using any combination of keys. this makes it a great addition to any project as it lets you add some soulful piano, or add a little soulful power to a production.
to finish off the package, miroslav philharmonik 2 also brings a few midi devices for you to expand your creative options. the sound card lets you audition your sound mix as an audio interface, and the midi synths let you add midi control of your favorite software synth. if you want to add your own midi device, you can do that through the included midi interface too. so, wherever you work, miroslav philharmonik 2 gives you the flexibility to mix, sample and mix again with complete confidence. its a must have for all producers.
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The American Medical Association (AMA) spoke out against the new report in a statement released yesterday, saying that it fails to include doctors’ perspectives and emphasizes a socialist way of thinking about health care.
“The AMA has long recognized that health care should be a right for every citizen, not a privilege of the few,” wrote AMA President Frank T. Taurel, M.D., M.B.A. “The AMA and physicians everywhere will continue to work tirelessly to ensure that every patient receives the care they need and that access to care is not a privilege.”
Though the report takes a more socialist line, it is not the first. In 1999, the Institute of Medicine, which was created by Congress, came out with a report called “From Technological Sickness to Medical Care for All” which called for universal, low-cost health care.
However, the AMA is now going after the authors of the JAMA study, calling it “fundamentally flawed,” and is questioning the methodology used. The AMA also claims that the doctors who were interviewed are not typical of the profession.
The report was co-authored by two other doctors, Robert S. Berenson and Michael S. Rea. It says that physicians should be paid according to their clinical performance, not according to how much they bill. A physician who bills more than his or her colleagues should be docked, and so on.
The authors also recommend that physicians take a percentage of the money they make, and use it to hire better doctors. The authors argue that doctors’ salaries should match the pay of other professionals with similar skills, such as lawyers, and that there should be a “floor�