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Best Service releases Chris Hein Solo Violin

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Best Service Chris Hein - Solo Violin

Virtual violin/viola from Best Service belonging to the Chris Hein series.

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Recently introduced at MusikMesse 2016, Best Service's Chris Hein Solo Violin library is now available.

According to Best Service, this new library contains over 10,000 samples (for a total 4 GB of sample data) played by renowned player Naomi Binder, 38 articulations, four different legato transitions, as well as an extensive phase-alignment of all samples so as to guarantee smooth, inaudible crossfades of up to eight velocity layers. This feature-set is said to allow the creation of authentic violin-arrangements unprecedented on a computer, while spanning over a large array of genre ranging from classical music and film scores to gypsy-jazz, folk and pop ballads. It is compatible with Native Instruments' free Kontakt Player (which latest version is included).

MSRP is €179/$179, and more details are available from Best Service's website as well as in the following video:

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