I wrote a percussion ensemble piece for school last year and did a mock up of it with only Perc Redux. With the 4-way mic control the sound is very adaptable and we feel the smaller section is better suited to independent scores, period pieces, romance and comedy, not to mention vocal accompaniment — pop tracks and alike. The finest of sable brushes if you will, to provide you with the tools you need to write detailed and focussed string parts that have a personality and style that represents your personality, that expresses your creative will and provides you with fresh pastures of experimentation. The wind section concentrates on the beautiful simplistic qualities of traditional wooden recorders. It is our intention that these modules are the best in their field and are sampled in a way to future proof advances in technology and provide our users with tools that make the sonic character easily adjustable for a number of applications. As with all of our modules, this is designed specifically for the media composer and we hope it will be a tool for music makers to use for generations to come.
Do you find that you can get as close to an orchestral piece with cineperc as probably spitfire does? I have the full CinePerc bundle and Spitfire Percussion. In the right hands and in Owen Slade here, we certainly are! To encourage people to use live musicians, and by writing with Spitfire tools, to compose the kind of music that make musicians shine. With a variety of mix settings including one via a line mixer owned and used by Jimi Hendrix. Agustin The Darris, that was a very good percussion piece. The mallet instruments aren't the best but do a good job. These loops and patterns are designed to tempo lock with your host. To give an extraordinary sense of space and scale but also definition.
Also, in terms of articualtion, spitfire doesn't give much detail expect for the videos. Recorded in sections, this library features rich, aggressive and lyrical strings; punchy, growling brass; and some seriously malevolent woodwinds. A comprehensive selection of rhythm loops inspired by a popular keyboard instrument from the 60s and 70s you know the one, it used real tape. CineSamples is apparently boxing them all together in an update, so you may just wanna wait till then as owning the others should surely get you that at discount, etc. Recorded at Air Studios, Lyndhurst Hall, one of the greatest scoring stages in the world and showcasing the searing talents of percussionist prodigy Joby Burgess.
Brass: 2 tubas, 2 cimbassi, 2 contra bass bones, 3 bass bones. With our Loegria Chamber Band, we feel we have created the most successful sounding chamber strings package commercially available today. And the main difference with other banks is that they propose several sticks Hard Medium and soft for Timpani , with very good and natural recording. Be warned though, whilst we have looped the samples here be wary when writing loud lower parts. I am in the same boat as Rodney.
I said sure, but when I looked at my samples I did not have any of the ethic instruments I needed for rendering that I composed for live players. You will have no such problems here. I also own Rhapsody, It's good, but, I've found a bit harder to put in the stage. With an infectious selection of single hits, through to transfixing choral tremolando patches. Two snares, two rim shots, snare and rimshot flams, and choke releases for the cymbals. That is the main reason I have been thinking about taking spitfire redux rader than completing cineperc. It has three mic positions, Close, Overheads, and Squash which as far as we wanted to go so it was easy on any system and enables users to play and program a pre-mixed kit.
We have a mixture of true legato, longs, and shorts patches, the latter of which are recorded with 4 round robins. Wood is a living substance, it expands and contracts in different conditions. I am most interested in finding out more about the mallets included in Spitfire Percussion Redux -- the big perc. I actually need all of them, lol. We love Albion, and it seems that a lot of you do too. With a broad variety of mixes, microphone positions and perspectives, Marimba swarm caters to a variety of causes. All controls can be fully automated.
Marimba swarm is a curiously versatile library conjuring carnival like unison hits recorded over many dynamic layers with different beaters and numerous round robins, to a veritable hail storm of unmeasured tremolos down through the dynamic layers to a soft murmuring of angelic choirs. As with all of our modules, this is designed specifically for the media composer and we hope it will be a tool for music makers to use for generations to come. Each patch is designed with everything in it ready to play. But, my doubt is: how hard is to put the timpani in the virtual stage. Thank you for the reply.
Or indeed the building blocks for a fine orchestral set-up. I wish I had them all so I could do a version of Escaping the Dream with each to compare sound. Or simply keep in stereo and mix according to taste. Hello all, I am trying to decide which Spitfire library to get that will improve mallet control and variety. The largest and lowest sets of drums available for use in London, including rare British marching toms.
A lot of these are also mod wheel dynamic cross fade control. The ready playability is apparent 'from the off'. I think you can do a very job with all banks. Also, if you go for the full Berlin Perc bundle, the Timpani is by far the best on the market. I like Spitfire's Percussion but I also know its capabilities and strengths which every library has. After many years of development experience Spitfire will present this library with a user interface and set of features unprecedented in any library to date. I own cinerper core and epic.