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Cinesamples CineWinds CORE v1.3.0 rollerball's Lite Version KONTAKT | 1.75 GB

Cinesamples CineWinds CORE v1.3.0 rollerball's Lite Version KONTAKT

This is a light version of the Cinesamples CineWinds CORE library. The library covers the essentials of the orchestral woodwinds section and was recorded in the legendary MGM Scoring Stage. The instruments have a lively tone, and the range of the dynamics is quite good as well. This library provides an instant cinematic sound with a variety of essential articulations. The sound is especially good for applications where a more traditional, classic woodwind sound is required. The patches are very playable and it's easy to get ideas recorded in no time. Overall, a good all-round woodwinds library which helps in getting great results very quickly.

Following changes were made to the library:
1. The "Spot", "Close", "Room", and "Surround" mic position sample groups were removed. This is one of the very few libraries where the default mix sounds awesome and rarely needs any tweaking. In about 90% of use cases, I found myself using this mix only and rarely ever used the other mic positions.

2. The samples in the original release were in 24-bit 48kHz format. The samples were converted to 16-bit 48kHz and repacked into NKX containers. A null test results in a peak of -85dB, which won't be audible at all. Also, after quite some testing, no issues were found with noise floor build-up when playing lots of notes. The conversion process takes the size down to 1.66GB from the original 16.0GB, which is a 90% reduction!

NOTE: Kontakt v5.8.0 or higher is required. This library does not work with legit full version of Kontakt and k'd Kontakt is necessary to use this library.

From the manual:

Cinesamples is proud to present our new flagship orchestral library CineWinds CORE, the first installment of the CineWinds Series recorded at the world famous SONY Pictures Scoring Stage under the watchful eye of master engineer Dennis Sands.

CineWinds CORE covers the principal instruments of the orchestral wind section in stunning detail and unparalleled recording precision. Each instrument was meticulously sampled to capture the perfect imperfections which subtly breathes life into your mockup. And as
always we brought our intense focus to make these instruments

Dennis Sands
Keeping the trend we started with CineBrass, Dennis once again lent his legendary talent to this project. Dennis is one of the most sought-after mixers in Hollywood. His credit list is a sight to behold, and includes some of our favorite scores (Back to the Future, The Avengers, Captain America, Shawshank Redemption, American Beauty). As usual, it was an honor to work with him. His contribution to CineWinds is a crucial ingredient that gives the library its trademark Hollywood sound.

The Sony Pictures Scoring Stage
The Sony Pictures Scoring Stage is the largest motion picture scoring venue in the world. The main scoring area has remained unchanged since the 1930s to preserve its unmatched acoustics and unique ambiance. It measures 93’ wide by 67’ long by 34’ high. One of the first scores recorded there was the Wizard of Oz (Herbert Stothart), the success of which allowed the stage to become primarily dedicated to the art of the film score. John Williams has used the stage on many occasions for scores such at ET, Schindler’s List, Minority Report, and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Some other recent scores recorded there have been Toy Story 3 (Randy Newman), Spider-Man (Danny Elfman), Alice in Wonderland (Danny Elfman), Black Hawn Down (Hans Zimmer), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Steve
Jablonsky), Wall-E (Thomas Newman), The Amazing SpiderMan (James Horner) and Star Trek (Michael Giacchino).


Home page: https://cinesamples.com/product/cinewinds-core




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