Today we’ll be checking out a new sample library by Vir2 called Phoenix: Rise, Hit & Whoosh Builder. As the name suggests, Phoenix is a tool designed to create cinematic build-ups, transitions, and dramatic moments. Apart from intelligent scripting that makes the library’s sounds adapt to your host tempo, Phoenix offers several other innovative features like multi-layer sample control and – very excited about this – custom audio file import.
Today we will be reviewing Abbey Road Two: Iconic Strings. This brand new release from Spitfire Audio features a string quintet recorded in Studio Two at Abbey Road Studios, London – the exact spot where other legendary bands and artists like The Beatles or Pink Floyd have recorded their masterpieces.
Today we’ll answer the question of whether you can compose an entire trailer music piece using only one single sample library (spoiler alert: damn yes, you can!)
Today we will be checking out the Berlin Series Main Collections bundle. This new SINE release by Orchestral Tools includes the company’s four…
Elysium is an “organic motion synthesizer” featuring modern, high-quality sounds sent through a proprietary engine that makes them move and evolve in exciting, musical, and unexpected ways.
Made by French company UVI, Falcon is designed to be a “Hybrid Synthesizer” offering a multitude of modulation, sequencing, and synthesis possibilities. The latest free 2.5 update adds a hefty number of new effects, sequencers, and presets.
New York-based developer Heavyocity just released their brand-new flagship sample library Symphonic Destruction. Heavyocity seeks to push the limits of modern orchestral scoring by providing a whole new level of creativity, power, and aggression.
Orchestral Tools has released a new entry-level orchestral instrument in collaboration with Berklee College of Music. Berlin Orchestra Created with Berklee features the same recorded samples from Orchestral Tools’ acclaimed flagship Berlin Series instruments.
Today we will be reviewing DRUMS, a recent addition to UJAM’s Symphonic Elements series. The series, which started with the first volume STRIIIINGS, is designed to be a set of great-sounding and mix-ready tools that are easily usable by composers of all skill levels.
Today we’re having a look at the new Hollywood Orchestra Opus Edition by EastWest. Over ten years after the release of the original Hollywood Orchestra – EastWest’s best-selling sample library ever – the new Opus Edition is a large-scale update with many technical improvements, a bunch of fresh sounds, and a brand-new sample engine.