Wallander adds orchestral sounds to Sibelius
Wallander Instruments released NotePerformer for Sibelius, an orchestral sound library for Sibelius 6, 7 and First music notation software.
NotePerformer replaces the built-in sounds in Sibelius with its own playback engine and sounds.
The audio engine reads ahead in the score during playback, analyzes the music, and renders it as an expressive musical performance instead of processing it note-by-note, with the use of built-in humanization features.
The collection includes woodwinds, brass, strings and percussions, as well as effects for modern guitar and bass (fuzz, overdrive, distortion, metal, chorus, flange, phase, wah-wah, harmonic).
Several playing techniques are also available for each instruments, such as legato, staccato, vibrato, accents, mutes, harmonics, and even bass slap.
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