An A-list Hollywood composer joins forces with Orchestral Tools to create a major brass library.
Rating: **** 4/5 Stars. This tasteful 60GB library is the flagship of the Organic Samples range and consists of violin, viola and cello solo instruments recorded at the Teldex Scoring Stage, Berlin, from five mic positions.
Rating: ***** 5/5 Stars. Time Micro continues the intriguing temporal-symphonic experiments on a smaller stage, using chamber-sized sections, small vocal groups and softer instruments.
Orchestral Tools releases a new brass library, the first to carry JXL's name.
A new library sees the Berlin orchestral sample maestros enter the Fourth Dimension.
Two new libraries see Orchestral Tools extend their Metropolis series and take a bold leap into the world of big band jazz.
Fritz Lang’s Metropolis inspires a third epic sample collection, while Berlin Orchestra Inspire provides a full symphony orchestra in a single package.
Orchestral Tools add orchestral percussion to their Berlin symphonic project and unleash a second cinematic epic.
Orchestral Tools complete their symphonic series with a major brass library.
Orchestral Tools expand their series with a quartet of solo strings and a pair of intimately-recorded soloists.
Orchestral Tools go up to 11 with a large-scale symphonic library inspired by a sci-fi masterpiece.
A new strings library sees a major European symphonic sampling project move one step closer to completion.
An often overlooked part of the orchestra gets the royal treatment in a new sample library.
A capacious new European library takes the strain out of programming orchestral string runs.
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