ProjectSAM introduces Lumina
ProjectSAM released Lumina, the third volume in the Symphobia virtual orchestra series, which is dedicated to animation and fantasy.
Lumina features a full orchestra, choir and small ensembles, in which you'll find a grand piano, percussion, harps, woodwinds, bells, strings and more. Textures and musical phrases are also included for cartoon productions. All the sounds in the Lumina library, except for the Symphobian Sordino, are brand new and users of the other ProjectSAM libraries will also find the Dystopia section, with its Guitopia, percussion, vintage orchestra and effects. Some instruments have up to 4 round robins and multiple dynamics.
Lumina gives you the ability to mix trois microphone sets (channels) : Direct (microphones are positioned closed to the instruments), Ambient (a stereo pair behind the conductor) and Wide (2 micros positioned on each side of the orchestra), and a crossfader is present if you want to morph between the microphone positions.
In total, Lumina features 38.8GB of content (75GB with the compressed NCW format) in 24-bit / 44.1kHz resolution and the Kontakt Player 5 license is included for Mac and Windows.
You can listen to audio demos at www.projectsam.com.
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