Virtual multi-instruments/bundles
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Virtual multi-instruments/bundles reviews

  • Instruments from the Cloud
    Review

    Instruments from the Cloud - A review of the EastWest Composer Cloud subscription service

    06/18/15

    Subscription-based plans are becoming more common for music software. While presumably a good thing for the developers, they’re not necessarily so great for users, who have to pay over and over for a license, and can lose access to the software if they let the subscription lapse, or if the developer goes belly up. That said, one subscription plan …

  • Sonokinetic Plays a Capriccio
    Review

    Sonokinetic Plays a Capriccio - Sonokinetic Capriccio review

    03/24/15

    The supply of virtual orchestras has become more and more abundant. There's a seemingly never-ending rise in the number of samples, instruments and content available, in general. But what about how they're used? Sonokinetic has come up with a unique answer with Capriccio.

  • NextGen Virtual Drums
    Review

    NextGen Virtual Drums - Toontrack EZdrummer 2 Review

    03/18/14

    Eight years after releasing the first EZdrummer, Toontrack introduces version 2, which gently revolutionizes the virtual drum market. Far from trying to grow in terms of gigabytes, EZdrummer bets on the usability of its interface and, especially, the intelligence of its functions. The result: A good lesson to all competitors

  • The Caribbean Touch
    Review

    The Caribbean Touch - Native Instruments Cuba Review

    09/19/13

    The newest addition to Native Instruments' Kontakt libraries is called Cuba. It was conceived to provide the typical sound of Afro-Cuban music, a territory seldom treaded by music library publishers. So, how did they do?

  • Big Time VSL
    Review

    Big Time VSL - VSL Instruments Pro Mini-Review

    01/27/11

    Vienna Symphonic Library recently presented its Vienna Instruments Pro. What is hidden behind this virtual instrument? Is it just an aesthetic update or a real evolution?

  • EastWest Play
    Review

    EastWest Play - Review of FabFour, Gypsy and Voice of Passion

    03/06/08

    After 20 years of editing hi-quality sample libraries, EastWest has taken the plunge and released its own sample player, simply named Play. At the Winter NAMM 2008 the editor unveiled several products which will be using this new instrument. Let’s start by reviewing three that are already available, Fab Four (FF), Gypsy and Voices Of Passion (…