Virtual instrument developer Embertone just launched their most ambitious product to date: Walker 1955 Steinway D – a meticulously sampled 9′ Steinway D grand piano from 1955. With tenths of thousands of samples including discretely captured pedal positions, release samples and up to 36 dynamic layers, Walker 1955 Steinway D seeks to raise the bar for authentic piano sampling.
After the success of their first two trailer sound effects libraries Evolution: Dragon and Evolution: Atlantica, Keepforest is back with another SFX pack, filled to the brim with cutting edge trailer sounds. With the Vikings Bundle, Keepforest explores the sonic world of Scandinavian mythology and delivers a tonal palette full of metal, grit and raw power.
Celtic ERA is Eduardo Tarilonte’s and Best Service’s most recent sample library and continues the series of well-known sample instrument collections like ERA II or Ancient Persia. As the name suggests, the product focuses on instruments that are associated with celtic culture. Sporting 18 GB of data representing 23 different instruments, Eduardo Tarilonte has once again come up with some really interesting sounds that will enrich your epic arrangements with a nordic temperament.
Upcoming virtual instrument developer Red Room Audio just came up with a brand-new release: SAGA – Acoustic Trailer Percussion. After launching their very first, well-received product Palette – Symphonic Sketchpad just a couple of months ago, this time, the brand is back with a cinematic percussion library that’s geared toward a cutting-edge, organic trailer sound.
Hollywood Choirs is the name of renowned L.A.-based virtual instruments delevoper East West/Quantum Leap’s most recent product and their long-awaited sequel to 2005’s acclaimed Symphonic Choirs. In this review, we’re going to have a close listen and look into this comprehensive 59 GB cinematic choir instrument and find out together what features can make it stand apart from its competitors.
New Year, new me! We all have heard it, we all have said it. Now that the new year 2018 is one month old, what have you accomplished already? Are you satisfied with your productivity? Could always be better, right?. But what are the essential factors of being more productive? Are there any techniques you can apply in order to get more things done in a shorter time? Absolutely!