Sonokinetic has released Tutti - Cinematic Orchestral FX & Textures for Native Instruments Kontakt.
Tutti's development focus was to create sections with orchestral cues spanning over 4 to 8 bars. Each cue was recorded in 5 positions and each of these positions is available for editing in the Sonokinetic user interfaces.
The Tutti library includes orchestral samples like: Long and short tension builders, sustained patterns, detailed textures in multiple styles and complexities, orchestral hits and smashes, chord bending, glissandi and crescendi.
Tutti was recorded using a cinematic symphonic orchestra. Included are all orchestral sections, piano and celesta. Each cue was recorded in 'tutti' formation. According to Sonokinetic, the acoustic fingerprint is "warm, detailed and wide" and "by providing different technical options for mic positioning, stereo imaging and volume control each sound quality can be adjusted and edited to fit your specific need to blend these samples with your composition."
Price: 199.90 EUR
Head to www.sonokinetic.net/products/classical/tutti for more details.
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