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Sonic Implants Symphonic String Collection Giga CD
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The Sonic Implants Symphonic String Collection Giga is a 20-CD set that includes rich, dynamic instrument samples with a natural ambiance that make i...Read More
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The utmost in expressiveness and realism.
The Sonic Implants Symphonic String Collection Giga is a 20-CD set that includes rich, dynamic instrument samples with a natural ambiance that make it a joy to listen to and create with. Included in this stringed instrument collection are first violins, second violins, violas, cellos, basses, and ensembles all recorded in their natural positions within the orchestra. The full ranges of the instruments were recorded, and harmonic tones extend the ranges even further. Includes 16 different articulations plus a huge variety of effects.
This state-of-the-art sample library was recorded by 2001 Emmy award-winning engineer Antonio Oliart and RIAA award-winning engineer John Bono featuring members of the Boston Ballet Orchestra and Boston Pops.
All the recordings are 24-bit/48kHz. B&K 4011 front microphones with Schoeps CMC-6Ug and Neumann U87 spot microphones were used to capture a rich balance of spatial and instrument detail. Recorded with Benchmark preamps and Troisi A/D converters direct to TASCAM DA98HR digital multitrack.
- 20 CD set
- Includes violins, violas, cellos, basses, and ensembles
- Articulations: legato, legato espressivo, tremolo ordinaire, tremolo sul ponticello, half-step trills, whole-step trills, con sordino (mutes), staccato (includes marcato), spiccato, pizzicato tight with snap, pizzicato loose with snap, pizzicato harmonics, col legno, bowed harmonics natural, bowed harmonics artificial, and sound effects and glissandi
- Variety of effects
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