Today we’re having a look at Landforms, a unique sample library produced by the acclaimed Bristol-based developer team Slate + Ash.
Today we will be reviewing Albion Solstice, the latest addition to the famous series of Spitfire Audio’s cinematic scoring tools. Released just a few weeks ago, Albion Solstice is marketed as an exploration of “the visionary artistry from modern, folk, and heritage instruments”.
UJAM’s Finisher series is a line of unique FX plugins which combine a multitude of different effects chains and processors under the hood of a simple and straightforward user interface. Designed to make plain instrument and vocal tracks pop out without the need of adjusting complicated plugin chains, the Finisher plugins provide you with an inspiring toolbox of sound design options, ranging from cool and subtle to crazy and furious.
The collaboration between Orchestral Tools and Tom Holkenborg alias Junkie XL gave birth to the excellent JXL Brass in late 2019 (now called Tom Holkenborg’s Brass). Today we will be reviewing the second chapter of this joint venture, Tom Holkenborg’s Percussion. The library is advertised as being an exact copy of the actual samples Tom has been using in his blockbuster scores for years. It also promises to give incredible dynamic range and add huge power to tracks.
Today we will be checking out Tallinn – Baltic Voices and Strings, an exciting recent addition to Orchestral Tools’ catalog of sample libraries. Recorded in St. Nicholas church in Estonia’s capital, this library aims to provide inspiring samples that cover a minimalist and “Nordic” musical approach.
Today we have the pleasure of reviewing Spitfire Symphony Orchestra Professional, the latest version of the popular Spitfire sample library range.
Today we have the pleasure to review the Berlin Woodwinds Soloists bundle. This new bundle includes the two former Berlin Woodwinds Expansions B & C, now known as Berlin Woodwinds Soloists 1 & 2. Orchestral Tools recently ported them to their own SINE player format.
Today we will be checking the Berlin Character Strings bundle by Orchestral Tools. This new release for the SINE Player includes 3 ports of sample libraries formerly designed for Kontakt, offered at a reduced price: Berlin Special Bows 1 and 2, along with Berlin First Chairs.
Today we will be checking Berlin Symphonic Strings, a new addition to Orchestral Tools’ acclaimed Berlin product line. Berlin Symphonic Strings features full symphonic string sections of 18 first violins, 16 second violins, 14 violas, 12 celli, and 8 double basses.