Universal Sordino mutes your string instruments
Numerical Sound released an add-on for string sample libraries that will add a sordino (mute) effect to the instruments.
Universal Sordino works with the most popular string libraries (LASS, VSL, 8Dio, Spitfire, EastWest, etc.) and requires a convolution engine for it uses a selection of impulse responses for three microphone perspectives (Stage, Near, Far). Four variations are available for each perspective (Haff Sordino, Bright, Normal and Dark) with 4 options to reduce the low-end (Very Light, Light, Medium and Full).
Numerical Sound adds that this add-on will works as long as the recordings separate the string sections (violins, violas, cellos and basses).
You can also automate variations in your DAW and control the dry/wet mix in the convolution engine. Universal Sordino also includes MIDI Learn to dynamically control the balance via MIDI CC.
Universal Sordino is available for the introductory price of $69.95, instead of $89.95 until October 30th. You can listen to demos at www.numericalsound.com.
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