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Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software  

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Overview

  • Over 2000 patches of instruments spanning many instrument families
  • 21GB core library of samples
  • Optimized onscreen EQ and reverb controls
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    $399.95
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21GB of sounds for any genre at one low price.

Consider Big Fish Audio VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software a major upgrade to your studio. Vir2 Instruments' VI.ONE is a massive multi-disc sample library encompassing over 2000 instruments, kits, and other sound effects, and is designed to be of maximum usability to musicians across a wide span of musical genres. The digital sound library is packed to the brim with drums including hundreds of different kits, and drum loops; basses including acoustic, upright, and electric; plus world and ethnic instruments organized by geographic regions; sound effects; acoustic and electric guitars; keyboards; a full collection of orchestral instruments; screaming B3 organs; world-class acoustic pianos, prepared pianos, electric/synth pianos; pop horns and brass, a bank of vintage synths, and cutting-edge synth patches. Covering every musical style in the world, Big Fish Audio VI.ONE is a premium, versatile, and gigantic sound palette.

VI.ONE virtual instrument library is powered by the KONTAKT Player 2 engine. You get instant access to the sounds via the standalone application, as well as having access within sequencers via every major plug-in format: AudioUnit, VST, RTAS, and DXi.

Features

  • Over 2000 patches of instruments spanning many instrument families
  • 21GB core library of samples
  • Optimized onscreen EQ and reverb controls
  • Remote control of various sonic parameters available via MIDI CC
  • Multitimbral operation, supporting up to 64 simultaneous instruments loaded (subject to RAM availability), receiving up to 64 MIDI channels (16 in plug-in mode)
  • General MIDI compatible
  • KONTAKT Player 2 engine, supporting standalone operation as well as plug-in operation in all major hosts that support AudioUnit, VST, RTAS, or DXi plug-ins

Effects

  • Bass:
  • Acoustic
  • Electric
  • Synth
  • Drums:
  • Acoustic
  • Electronic
  • Hip Hop
  • Lo Fi and Ambient
  • Menus
  • Percussion
  • Period
  • Pop and Rock
  • RnB
  • Drum Loops:
  • Breakbeats
  • Dance
  • Funk
  • FX
  • Hip Hop
  • Jazz
  • RnB
  • Rock
  • Ethnic and World:
  • Australia
  • Celtic
  • India
  • Middle East
  • Pacific
  • South America
  • FX:
  • General MIDI
  • Guitars
  • Banjo
  • Mandolin
  • Mutes
  • Nylon
  • Steel String
  • 12-String
  • Ukulele
  • Brit Clean
  • Cali Crunch
  • Stratface
  • Extreme
  • Keyboards:
  • Accordion
  • Harpsichord
  • Clav
  • Rhodes
  • Wurlitzer
  • More
  • Orchestral - Brass:
  • Bass Trombone
  • Brass Ensemble
  • Brass Quintet
  • Cimbasso
  • Cornet
  • Flugelhorn
  • French Horn
  • Piccolo Trumpet
  • Trombone
  • Trumpet
  • Tuba
  • Orchestral - Harp
  • Orchestral - Percussion:
  • Celeste
  • Glockenspiel
  • Marimba
  • Timpani
  • More
  • Orchestral - Strings:
  • Cello Section
  • Cello Solo
  • Contrabass Section
  • Contrabass Solo
  • String Orchestra
  • String Quartet
  • Viola Section
  • Viola Solo
  • Violin Section
  • Violin Solo
  • Orchestral - Woodwinds:
  • Bass Clarinet
  • Bass Oboe
  • Bassoon
  • Clarinet
  • Contrabassoon
  • English Horn
  • Flute
  • Oboe D'Amore
  • Oboe
  • Piccolo
  • Recorder
  • Organs:
  • B3
  • Farfisa
  • Vox Continental
  • Pianos:
  • Acoustic Pianos
  • Prepared Pianos (including John Cage)
  • Electric Pianos
  • Synth Pianos
  • Pop Horns and Brass:
  • Saxophones
  • Trumpet
  • Trombone
  • Sections
  • Modern Synths
  • Vintage Synths:
  • Crumar Bit 01
  • Jupiter 8
  • Korg DW800
  • Mellotron
  • Memorymoog
  • Minimoog
  • Moog Taurus
  • Oberheim Matrix 12, OB8, OBX-A
  • Oxford OSCar
  • Roland Juno-106, JX3P, JX8P, TB303
  • Sequential Circuits

Hours of musical inspiration inside one convenient package. Order now.

 

VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software Specifications:

  • Compatibility
  • AU
  • Cubase
  • Digital Performer
  • DXi2
  • GarageBand
  • KONTAKT
  • Logic
  • Mac
  • Nuendo
  • PC
  • ProTools
  • RTAS
  • VSTi
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Big FishVI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software
 
4.0

(based on 10 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good audio (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home studio (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Experienced (3)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Be careful...

    VI.one, overall, is a good set of instruments that you can obtain. You have to be a bit wary though, though it struts "2000 instruments", maybe 1/3rd of them...Read complete review

    VI.one, overall, is a good set of instruments that you can obtain. You have to be a bit wary though, though it struts "2000 instruments", maybe 1/3rd of them are actually the same instruments with different effects added...Example: Nylon Guitar, then Nylon Guitar Soft Pluck, then Nylon Guitar Cathedral. The install also makes things a bit hard...Make sure you are able to view invisible files before you look into the first disc (out of 3), or you'll be looking for a setup.exe for hours. Having to copy instrument data from disc 2 and 3 can be a bit time consuming (about 15 gigs to copy over to the installed folder). Effects are good, but they come from the Kontakt 2 that comes with the Virtual Instrument. Soundwise, basses are good but they only have about 4 acoustic and 4 electric, as well as some synths, and may not replace any bass library you can get. Strings are somewhat lacking, guitars are good for sampled guitars but may include a lot of tweaking, pianos are actually pretty good, even when adding effects. Organs are okay, keyboards are pretty normal for this day and age...One thing I must boast about this is the drums. About 50 hip hip kits, 10 of the 80's kits, decent acoustic drum kits (that take a bit of loading), plenty of electronic, R&B, pop, and other kits as well as loops if you can't seem to make your own drum beats. I recommend this to anyone looking for decent drums and an overall expansion to their studio, though I wouldn't suggest this studio if all you need are string and bass add-ons. Be wary of the space (21 gigs or so) and installation and you should be okay.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Deep discount means deep trouble

    This software is a pain to install. And when it's installed it doesn't work. I'm running pro tools 10 on a mac with plenty of RAM. The dashboard is confusing and not straight...Read complete review

    This software is a pain to install. And when it's installed it doesn't work. I'm running pro tools 10 on a mac with plenty of RAM. The dashboard is confusing and not straight forward and I can't get the sounds to load.It's going back.

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    3.0

    recommened

    By Rich K

    from Central, NJ

    About Me Experienced

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Clear Sound
    • Easy To Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Amateur Recording
      • Home Studio

      Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

      I recommend this collection. It is relatively inexpensive for what you get, easy to use, and is of wide variety of sounds. I use it on a pc with my DAW software.

      Comment on this review

      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Deep discount means deep trouble

      By amorantz

      from Minneapolis Minnesota

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

            This software is a pain to install. And when it's installed it doesn't work. I'm running pro tools 10 on a mac with plenty of RAM. The dashboard is confusing and not straight forward and I can't get the sounds to load.It's going back.

            Comment on this review

            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Huge library for the price.

            By JohnieR

            from Central Texas

            About Me Experienced

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Clear Sound
            • Easy install for Windows
            • Easy install on Win 7
            • Easy To Use
            • Versatile

            Cons

            • Lengthly install though
            • None for my application

            Best Uses

            • Amateur Recording
            • Home Studio

            Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

            I bought this to use for roughing out song ideas quickly. My material varies from thrash punk to classical, and everything in between, except rap. But then again, we are talking about MUSIC. Seriously, it has tons of voicings, loops, and samples, even for rap music. As one reviewer mentioned, there are many variations of instruments, but even if there are only 1000 voices, most of them are very good. Some are pro level, but all are at least demo quality. Uses Kontact 5 as the interface, which I already was familiar with, so there was no learning curve there for me. Installs easily in windows systems, and works well as an instrument in cakewalk DAWs.

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            4.0

            very useful

            By skokie

            from nashville

            About Me Professional Musician

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Clear Sound

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Home Studio
              • Professional Recording

              Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

              good value and lots of uses

              Comment on this review

              (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Good Value- Mac Install Fixed

              By Barry Frye

              from Undisclosed

              Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

              I was initially worried after reading installing (especially Mac) issues. Those are no longer a problem. You don't even have to download the Leopard fix and they have even updated the software to include Kontakt 4- although it showed up in my already installed Kontakt Player 5.

              So, it installation fear is holding you back, don't worry- everything went smoothly.
              Because it's wrapped in Kontakt, features are what you would expect in that player.
              Sounds are of high quality- especially for the price.
              If you are looking for an overall variety of sounds, this is about the only ticket around for cheap. I searched and searched and either other products are more genre specific or 5 times the price. An older product, but the value is still there.

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              (2 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Great Instrument - AWFUL Installation

              By ChiantiM

              from Rhode Island

              Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

              Greetings, Bad news first - by far this has to be one of the worst pieces of software I've ever had the displeasure of installing. It's taken me over 2hrs. to figure out what's required for getting it up and running on my MacBook Pro. Let me save you some heartache(1) Go to the Vir2 website and if you are running MAC OS 10.5 and above you must install the Leopard patch. This is very important or V1,One will not install(2) Forget whatever came on the DVDs. Go to the Vir2 site and download the latest version of Kontakt Player, Instrument Collection and Service Center. To be sure Click the Support Button on the Vir2 site and check the forum for V1. Install Kontakt Player and Service Center. Save the Instrument file update for later.(3) Using the Leopard Patch Install V1.One - write down the directory you choose to install the Instrument files(4) MANUALLY copy the NKX files from DVD2 and DVD3 to the same directory you chose to install the Instrument files(5) Update the Instrument files using the data you downloaded from Vir2 in Step 2. Go to the original V1.One directory you established upon installation and Overwrite the INSTRUMENTS folder. You can also copy the Drum Loops MIDI files to the Instruments directory, though this is not documented anywhere. It will download automatically with the Instruments file. Same routine, wipe out the old one and replace with the new one(6) Boot Up Kontakt Player 2 - you will find it in the Application Directory. Then run the NI Service Center to register Kontakt Player 2. You may have to update the software

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              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Be careful...

              By Elithal

              from Mesa, AZ

              Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

              VI.one, overall, is a good set of instruments that you can obtain. You have to be a bit wary though, though it struts "2000 instruments", maybe 1/3rd of them are actually the same instruments with different effects added...Example: Nylon Guitar, then Nylon Guitar Soft Pluck, then Nylon Guitar Cathedral. The install also makes things a bit hard...Make sure you are able to view invisible files before you look into the first disc (out of 3), or you'll be looking for a setup.exe for hours. Having to copy instrument data from disc 2 and 3 can be a bit time consuming (about 15 gigs to copy over to the installed folder). Effects are good, but they come from the Kontakt 2 that comes with the Virtual Instrument. Soundwise, basses are good but they only have about 4 acoustic and 4 electric, as well as some synths, and may not replace any bass library you can get. Strings are somewhat lacking, guitars are good for sampled guitars but may include a lot of tweaking, pianos are actually pretty good, even when adding effects. Organs are okay, keyboards are pretty normal for this day and age...One thing I must boast about this is the drums. About 50 hip hip kits, 10 of the 80's kits, decent acoustic drum kits (that take a bit of loading), plenty of electronic, R&B, pop, and other kits as well as loops if you can't seem to make your own drum beats. I recommend this to anyone looking for decent drums and an overall expansion to their studio, though I wouldn't suggest this studio if all you need are string and bass add-ons. Be wary of the space (21 gigs or so) and installation and you should be okay.

              Comment on this review

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Watch out for the Install...

              By Big Dreams

              from Montgomery, AL

              Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

              I just recently picked up this product, and I am having a time installing it properly. It seems as if only a portion of the sounds actually installed onto my system. I would hate to bash this product due to user error, but I have never had this type of problem with anything. I have two mac systems and I had the same concerns. Now of the sounds that did process, it was great. I am just having problems with accessing all of the sounds with ease. or without having to go through a search to access them. Never the less, from what I have been able to use, I do feel tat once I fix this problem, I will greatly appreciate this product.

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              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Excellent Value

              By Jeffrey Scott Petro

              from Sunnyvale, CA

              Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

              An amazing value. I use it almost exclusively for the White Chapel Piano, but it's got a great set of sounds.

              Comment on this review

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Banjos, violas, and synthesizers, Oh My!

              By Kenny G

              from Tampa, FL

              Comments about Big Fish VI.ONE Virtual Instrument Software:

              Definitely recommend this. For $100 bucks! You can't beat that!Only thing I wish they would have would be a better selection of lead synths. Maybe more basic saw leads and what not.

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