Wonderful indeed, and amazing effects too.
+1 for Realitone :2thumbs:
Same here, Embertone Walker 1955.
And CineSamples CinePiano.
Got the Epic Soundlab Everything Bundle two years ago. Maliki has good sounds and rhythms, if you’re into epic percussion, and the price is right.
Used to come from Epic Soundlab, now part of Audiority, both owned by Luca Capozzi.
Sweet deal IMO.
Thinking about Voices of Opera, 40GB soprano and tenor library with legato. Any views?
Cheers, dzilizzi. Always wanted to get Elements, but Solstice Blue and Green drew me in this time. Not so fond of Red myself, as it’s darker and...
I thought you’d never ask.
I wonder if iLok Cloud would bring alternative uses:
Pretty, pretty, pretty good.
Reminds me of Einaudi as well as Jóhann Jóhannsson.
Jealous I am :elephant:
Sweet. AutoTheory got updated to v5.
Solstice Red is the largest of the Solstice series but more oriented towards brutal soundscapes, while Blue and Green are much sweeter sounding....
This way you get them all. Meanwhile, don’t forget about the Solstice series (Green, Blue and Red). Those I love most, apart from Elements and Solos.
MAP, Drum Fury, Bohemian, Cinematic Keys (and Guitars Organic Atmospheres), Gamelan, Cinemorphx ...
they’re all very well done. Some of the best...
Be gentle :scout:
I know the feeling o_O
Yeah, seems they decided to open the gates and let everyone in :2thumbs:
Even on sale, $200 seems a lot for 6.8GB.
Programmed for Kontakt by Mario Krušelj (aka 'EvilDragon'). Quality indeed.
Way to go, VSTBuzz :2thumbs:
I. Need. This.
Just saw this over at Gearslutz:
For just one more week, take an extra $50 off the already $100 discounted intro price of MAP using this code:...
It’s quite remarkable on vocals, which is where I’ll use it the most. Kind of makes voices fuller, more substantial.
I like using stereo wideners, like the one from PSP or PluginAlliance. But this baby widens and then some. Sweet indeed.
Thanks, Doug :2thumbs:
Love that Rtoo 2.
FabFilter Pro-R, without a doubt. But also check PSP PianoVerb 2 (and its free sibling).
Quite wonderful freebie indeed :dancedance:
Guess we’d better stay away :scout:
Any follow up on this? Tests? Reviews?
It's simply one of the best one-address composer tools I know. For me, Albion One and Albion V Tundra are the best in the series. Very, very...
Thanks Nathan :2thumbs:
Seems like a sweet deal indeed.
I'm not that much into percussion, but I usually like what Soundiron and SampleLogic bring to the table. This new one seems up my alley at the...
Love EW, been waiting for this one to drop, though I really need the Diamond version.
Don’t pass on Albion One. It’s just wonderful to be creative with. Very inspiring.
Looking like a mighty sweet deal. Is this the lowest they ever went ?
Very true. And I love the Blüthner, Bechstein and Steingraeber most, in that order.
Or organic ambient like me :thumbsup:
+1. Jump on this. So much quality content. Definitely gets your creative juices flowing.
Apart from downright “classical” houses like Spitfire, EastWest, OrchestralTools or CineSamples, three “hybrid” developers I highly appreciate for...
Personally I really like the Korg XVP-20. Sturdy and multi-purposeful for volume and expression. Got the Vox Continental version. Also have the...
Best GUI and incredibly transparent.
FabFilter Pro-R is my go-to verb for orchestral.
Same here, absolutely love Output instruments, primarily for sound quality and GUI. They boost creativity, all of them. And I do like the...
Of their guitar libs I particularly like Silk for its accompanying bass line.
Interesting. I tend to like what Channel Robot does, time and time again. Still, not that much into bass myself. Anyone got this yet?
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