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Berlin Orchestra Inspire - Released!

Discussion in 'COMMERCIAL Announcements' started by OrchestralTools, Jun 30, 2017.

  1. OP
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    OrchestralTools Senior Member

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    Jason Graves had some fun with Berlin Orchestra Inspire, he said:
    "Inspire has a huge sound and could easily be used as much more than a 'sketching tool.' Inspirational, indeed!"

    Check his really cool demo, made with Inspire only.

     
  2. ctsai89

    ctsai89 Poem of Ecstasy

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    @OrchestralTools Just a question: how different is the piano given in this library from the piano released by orchestral tools separately?
     
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  3. germancomponist

    germancomponist Senior Member

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    Think about ten years ago: What did you pay for such a library with that good sound? ;)
     
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  4. MarcusD

    MarcusD Senior Member

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    With the percussion ensemble I've noticed that the G#3 shaker has a pre-defined velocity rhythm. No matter how you play the key, it always seems trigger a Hard>Medium>Soft pattern like it's playing 3/4. Is there anyway to change this?
     
  5. GabeCastro

    GabeCastro Member

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    Ahhh! I'm at last able to hear the track! it sounds really lovely!! I'd love to hear more!
     
  6. GabeCastro

    GabeCastro Member

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    I would love to hear your examples!!
     
  7. NathanTiemeyer

    NathanTiemeyer Active Member

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    To anyone who's on the fence with this library ... It's worth every penny. :) So many instantly usable assets in this thing. I love the timpani especially. The strings and brass have an immediate place in my template. I'd say it's great for someone starting out or someone who needs an all-around orchestral library. Thank you Orchestral Tools!
     
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  8. GabeCastro

    GabeCastro Member

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    I'm curious how the Sustain patches work. For the Berlin libraries, they usually have Sus Imm, Sus Soft and Sus Acc. For the most part, it looks like "Sus" is the one and only option for a lot of the instruments. Is it some sort of unique blend? :)
     
  9. OT_Tobias

    OT_Tobias Senior Member

    The "Sus" in BOI is generally the "regular" Sus Imm.
     

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