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Orchestral Tools Berlin Strings 2.5 KONTAKT ALL MICS SEPARATED REPACK | 144 GB

Orchestral Tools Berlin Strings 2.5 KONTAKT ALL MICS SEPARATED REPACK


Berlin Strings features an innovative new legato system which analyzes your performance to choose between four different types of legato:

Slurred expressive legato
Agile, fast legato (scripted)
Fast runs legato

With velocity you have control over different captured bow stroke intensities (soft attack, immediate attack, accented attack). With the sustain pedal you can add a soft decay to end a phrase. These release samples have been specifically recorded. Additionally, the faster you play the more blurred the intonation will turn out - like in a real string performance. These blurred intonation effects will be created by specifically sampled articulations. Via a CC of your choice you can switch between different vibrato expressions.


For Berlin Strings we decided to choose smaller section sizes to keep the definition and vibrato details in the sampled patches. Several crossfading techniques (dynamic layers, legatos fade scripts, vibrato fading) or playing more than one voice leads to a bigger and pad-like undefined string sound. With smaller sections we´re trying to take this effect into calculation to end up with a detailed, expressive orchestral string section. Berlin Strings includes the following sections:

1st Violins (8 players)
2nd Violins (6 players)
Violas (5 players)
Celli (5 players)
Basses (4 players)


Bow Noise adds natural cc-controllable bow noise for additional expressiveness. With the new Blurred Articulations, we recorded special untuned and blurred articulations, which you can blend as a sonic color to change the impression of the intonation in a phrase.


Berlin Strings offers playable runs patches, as well as pre-recorded octave runs, which adapt automatically to your host tempo.


First True Adaptive Legato, including:
Slurred Legato
Agile (scripted) Legato
Fast Runs Legato
Portamento Legato
Extensive collection of different short notes
Playable runs and pre-recorded octave runs - tempo-synced
Smaller sections for greater definition and detail
Bow Stroke Control:
Soft Attack
Immediate Attack
Accented Attack
Ostinato Arpeggio Legato
Fast legato: 6RR
Slow legato: 3RR
4 mic positions and concert master mic
Up to 24 round robin (RR) spiccatos
Recorded at the Teldex Scoring Stage

*ALL MICS separated in NKX files so you can download/delete each mic position - individually.
*REQUIRES Kontakt 6.2 and above.
*Download Main folder and the MICS you need. Unpack and place the NKX & NKC files inside the "Samples" folder that lies inside the main folder.
TIP: Don't know what mics to download to protect your ratio?
1st, search for a review in YT.
2nd, allow me to suggest:
- TREE as the main mic position, used at most professional orchestral recordings as the main sound.
- CLOSE as the mic that gives clarity in vibrato and spiccato but alone is harsh and bodyless.
- AB as the mic that gives better stereo image in each section and more ambiance than TREE.


Works with the free Kontakt Player 5.3.1+or Kontakt 5.5.1+


Home page: http://orchestraltools.com/libraries/berlin_strings.php




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