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Alex Niedt

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Hi all. Just wanted to share my official demo for the new Arkhis library from Native Instruments & Orchestral Tools. The textures are so incredibly beautiful and inspiring. Definitely recommended for any fans of the TIME libraries from OT. I also used tubular bells and timpani from Berlin Percussion and layered in some first violins from Berlin Strings in one section.

 

Kevperry777

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So so good and inspiring. Wonderful job. This library has me listening through it at a snails pace....I get stuck on patch after patch just mesmerized.
 

ism

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Very nice.

It seems this library is a lot more sound-design-y than Time Macro. Somewhere between OT and Heavocity (which is about right for NI). All the demos, lovely though they are, feel a lot more hybrid. Is that fair?
 

Nesciochamp

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Very nice track!
Imho, it could've used a more dynamic second build, and maybe a more gradual introduction to the grandeur (especially the double bass), but the sounds are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing, keep it up.

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Very nice.

It seems this library is a lot more sound-design-y than Time Macro. Somewhere between OT and Heavocity (which is about right for NI). All the demos, lovely though they are, feel a lot more hybrid. Is that fair?
Thank you! Maybe the final product is more like that? I was using the raw samples, which are just orchestral samples. I actually don't know what the actual interface is like.


Very nice track!
Imho, it could've used a more dynamic second build, and maybe a more gradual introduction to the grandeur (especially the double bass), but the sounds are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing, keep it up.
Thanks! It had to be a short demo, so I couldn't spend time on gradual introductions, haha. Tried to do what I could with just the textures and a couple flourishes from Berlin Percussion (tubular bells, timpani).
 
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