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Synful OrchestraPublished on 01/04/05 at 02:22
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SynFull Orchestra is a virtual instrument that simulates a classical orchestra, his ism is fantastic, its size is about 40 MB (100 times less than some of its competitors) and uses the RPM (Reconstructive Phrase Modeling) and synthse additive. Listen to the DMOS later in the article, adchire serious ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

SynFull Orchestra is a virtual instrument that simulates a classical orchestra, his ism is fantastic, its size is about 40 MB (100 times less than some of its competitors) and uses the RPM (Reconstructive Phrase Modeling) and synthse additive. Listen to the DMOS later in the article, adchire serious ...

OVERALL OPINION

SynFull Orchestra is a virtual......
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SynFull Orchestra is a virtual instrument that simulates a classical orchestra, his ism is fantastic, its size is about 40 MB (100 times less than some of its competitors) and uses the RPM (Reconstructive Phrase Modeling) and synthse additive. Listen to the DMOS later in the article, adchire serious ...

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

SynFull Orchestra is a virtual instrument that simulates a classical orchestra, his ism is fantastic, its size is about 40 MB (100 times less than some of its competitors) and uses the RPM (Reconstructive Phrase Modeling) and synthse additive. Listen to the DMOS later in the article, adchire serious ...

OVERALL OPINION

SynFull Orchestra is a virtual instrument that simulates a classical orchestra, his ism is fantastic, its size is about 40 MB (100 times less than some of its competitors) and uses the RPM (Reconstructive Phrase Modeling) and synthse additive. Listen to the DMOS later in the article, adchire serious ...
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Synful OrchestraPublished on 02/02/05 at 14:40
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I tried it with a friend, he dja silent install.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The config should be an Athlon XP 2000 + 512 DDR + an EMU 0404.
Trs stable.

OVERALL OPINION

The sound of the violin is astronomical: it is serious about the sound of rubbing the bow across the strings.

Raction of the DSIR VLOC appeared on a keyboard but no ballast c'tait even when a rel happiness!

There's a long time there I have not tried a synth Frache product (more than 10 years in this year of 2005), and j'espre they are now at that level (or better ), but it's a VST compltement crazy, amazing, rve a day.

I just forgot to mention that the c'tait synthse. But this level !!!!! ...
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I tried it with a friend, he dja silent install.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

The config should be an Athlon XP 2000 + 512 DDR + an EMU 0404.
Trs stable.

OVERALL OPINION

The sound of the violin is astronomical: it is serious about the sound of rubbing the bow across the strings.

Raction of the DSIR VLOC appeared on a keyboard but no ballast c'tait even when a rel happiness!

There's a long time there I have not tried a synth Frache product (more than 10 years in this year of 2005), and j'espre they are now at that level (or better ), but it's a VST compltement crazy, amazing, rve a day.

I just forgot to mention that the c'tait synthse. But this level !!!!!
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Synful OrchestraPublished on 09/01/05 at 08:56
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No problem.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

2Ghz, 1 Gig of ram 120GB hard drive.
Yes.

OVERALL OPINION

Few days.
The sounds and the expression of the violins made EXCELLENT very realistic, small flat for brass.
However small problem tuning in 48Hz (almost 1 / 2 ton), just enough to adjust with the pitch and turn and play.

I encourage the dévellopement VSTI this, and why not apply this principle to other types of instruments ...

I once again made is really EXCELLENT.
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Synful OrchestraPublished on 06/05/07 at 17:36
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The installation, no worries. One inconsistency with VST to RTAS Fxpansion. So for now unusable on Protools. RTAS version should probably get out of here a few months.

The config is generally good, although graphically it's not excellent. But this is not what is asked!
The manual is clear. Overall the software is very easy to access.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use Synful PC: Core2Duo 1.68 GHZ, 2Gig Ram and also on Mac OSX: Powerbook G4 1gig of Ram.
Everything works fine. However the app is greedy when using the sets of instruments, style 16 first violins. Because they are calculated one by one and in real time. Can not have under my powerbook 16 first violins, 12 second......
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The installation, no worries. One inconsistency with VST to RTAS Fxpansion. So for now unusable on Protools. RTAS version should probably get out of here a few months.

The config is generally good, although graphically it's not excellent. But this is not what is asked!
The manual is clear. Overall the software is very easy to access.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use Synful PC: Core2Duo 1.68 GHZ, 2Gig Ram and also on Mac OSX: Powerbook G4 1gig of Ram.
Everything works fine. However the app is greedy when using the sets of instruments, style 16 first violins. Because they are calculated one by one and in real time. Can not have under my powerbook 16 first violins, 12 second violins, 10 violas, 8 cellos & 6 double basses. Under the pc no problem. Otherwise the sound is great and the next version should be even better because the team has revised the engine of the software. With more Altiverb is extra. It is imperative to use MIDI controllers to make it expressive, but after the result is. I use a lot of my work in composition, we have even heard of Thalassa!
The app is stable.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it since its release. And bought on.
What I like most is that of modeling, not the sample. The sound quality will improve with new versions to come. But it's extra. Ease of use is exemplary.
The value for money is excellent.
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  • Manufacturer: Synful
  • Model: Orchestra
  • Category: Virtual Orchestral Instruments
  • Added in our database on: 08/28/2005

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