Native Instruments launches Session Horns Pro
The Pro version of Session Horns features 30Go of horn samples for your contemporary compositions in Kontakt 5.
Session Horns Pro features 10 instruments that Native Instruments sampled in sections. You can customize these horn sections with up to 6 instruments and four voices, or played each one separately. You’ll find three saxophones, two trombones, three trumpets, a tuba and a bugle. 34 articulations are available, as well as a maximum of 4 round robins and velocity layers, and you’ll find true vibrato samples.
Along with the samples, Native Instruments included 38 presets of pre-arranged sections, 200 riffs for Animator and thanks to Kontakt, you get an automatic smart arrangement feature, a Smart Voice Split function for note management, as well as a Legato Mode. A mixing and mastering section include level and pan controls, compressor, EQ, reverbs, delays, tape saturation, low-pass filter and a special “Twang” amp simulation.
Session Horns Pro is a new collaboration between Native Instruments and e-Instruments. Note that a minium of 6Go of RAM is necessary for full functionality.
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