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.
Orchestral Tools just launched a brand-new, free instrument subscription service called SINEfactory. The goal behind SINEfactory is to provide users with free, unique & custom-built instruments for Orchestral Tools’ own sampler engine SINE.
The Inspire SINE Bundle combines the two symphonic orchestral libraries Berlin Orchestra Inspire 1 and Berlin Orchestra Inspire 2, which are designed as a comprehensive sketching tool for modern-day film composers. The samples are taken from Orchestral Tools’ flagship Berlin series and were streamlined for composers with smaller setups or mobile working environments.
In this review, we’re having a look at Orchestral Tools’ most ambitious project to date: Junkie XL Brass. Featuring a top-class collaboration and a huge 37-piece orchestral brass section recorded in one of Europe’s finest scoring stages, Junkie XL Brass seeks to set a new standard in orchestral sampling.
After almost a year of silence and anticipation, there’s finally news on the Orchestral Tools / Junkie XL collaboration! The company launched a new site with lots of details on the upcoming JXL Brass library, announced a release date and initiated a special Pre-Order discount.
Today I’ve got the great pleasure of interviewing award-winning movie, TV and trailer music composer Jacob Yoffee on how he got started in…