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Synful Orchestra
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electik electik
Publié le 09/08/07 à 02:04
RAS, easy installation, fast and light because no samples

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

it runs on my pc AMD x2 4200 + and XP sp2 with 6 LIVE

OVERALL OPINION

For anyone looking for sounds of modern orchestras and many go your way.
it sounds like a very kitsch ... mellotron! (The ancestor of the sampler)
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mellotron

Nothing to do with the sound banks in East West, VSL or others that sound very realistic and contemporary.
Here, it is rather in his 70's / 80's.

(Re) Listen Albums AIR, they often use the sounds of mellotron mainly violins and choirs.

In fact, this software is compared to the M-TRON G MEDIA (which works based on samples)
https://en.audiofanzine.com/virtual-sound-module/gforce-software/GForce-M-Tron/

Personally, I often used to bring a touch of retro to modern components with a preference for the violin and the cello really good. Sometimes to make parts of orchestras "motown"

In short, unique for all lovers of this type of retro sounds, but definitely not for those who want to compose modern orchestral parts!
Moreover, the demos on the site look like film music of another era.

Very vintage this plug-in!

7 / 10 because too much (380 euros) but when you love ...

electik ( http://www.graphikloft.com/ )
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