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An excellent learning tool for orchestration classes, priced to fit any school budget.
The Miroslav Philharmonik Classik Edition Module is a full-featured orchestral instrument covering solo instruments and ensembles with 250 sounds spanning the entire orchestra (1.5GB samples). Based on the original Miroslav Vitous Symphonic Orchestra sample collection, Miroslav Philharmonik Classik has a musicality and playability rarely found in other orchestral sample collections. In this collection, Miroslav Vitous has accurately captured the depth, beauty, feeling, and emotions of the real players. Sampled in the Dvorák Symphony Hall (one of the best sounding halls in the world) with true spatial positioning, the sounds fit together when layering or multitracking. This Education Edition brings to you a complete and beautiful sounding orchestral product at a price that is a fraction of the cost of the original Miroslav Vitous Symphonic Orchestra sample collection, but with the same acoustic quality and realism.
A highly accomplished musician (one of the founding members of the band Weather Report), Miroslav knew how to bring the most musical aspects of the instruments and players together for this special sample collection. Because he sampled the orchestral ensembles in their correct spatial acoustic positioning within the Dvorák Symphony Hall in Prague the sounds gel perfectly like a high-quality classical music recording.
Miroslav's orchestral samples have an inspirational and emotional quality that is unique for symphonic arrangements and compositions. They've been a first choice for scoring numerous films, productions, and soundtracks for composers worldwide. All the Miroslav Philharmonik sounds can be opened by SampleTank 2.
Order this masterful collection of orchestral instruments sampled by Miroslav Vitous.