German based sample library developer Orchestral Tools (OT) provides comprehensive orchestral compositional tools for professional composers and arrangers. Like nearly all things German, OT delivers sample libraries in ergonomic formats, with processor efficient loads and pristine quality sample recording. One of Orchestral Tools’ most successful lines is the Berlin Series, a
Not long ago, I reviewed the small but effective library Percussion Hits by Spaectrum Arts, a new, up and coming sample developer from France. Today, we have an in-depth look at their latest library, The Container, with 20k+ samples of a massive 220 lbs plain metal container, and a very promising looking
Spitfire eDNA01: Earth – A massive collection of sounds never before heard Not too long ago, Spitfire Audio released the first in their eDNA series: Earth – a massive and intuitive strong competitor in the sample library industry for electronic and hybrid sound design and music making. They’ve spent close
More than just a vocal instrument, Eduardo Tarilonte’s Shevannai utilizes three complete libraries for a full range of Elven-inspired sung, spoken, whispered, and chanted phrases. The Voice, Phrases, and Soundscapes work in tandem with the talents of its unique female vocalist, combining hundreds of options for fantasy-genre compositions and soundtracks.
Mural Volume 2 is the latest edition of Spitfire Audio’s richly expressive symphonic strings from their ongoing orchestral BML series. For those not familiar with the British Modular Library approach, Mural Volume 2 not only provides a second chapter of brand new symphonic string articulations to complement the first volume, it integrates both
Last month I had the pleasure of reviewing some excellent products from Realitone. They produced some great acoustic, banjo and whistling products that really aided my workflow and made life quite easy! Today I’m taking a look at the company’s new flagship product, Realivox Blue. Realivox Blue is a vocal based sample library providing