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Question about orchestral percussion, bread and butter needed...

Discussion in 'SAMPLE Talk' started by jussilampela, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. jussilampela

    jussilampela Member

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    Hi folks,

    I'm looking for good quality orchestral percussion, I'm looking for a library that has the best quality for basic orchestral percussion. I'm frustrated with my existing ones (the old EWQLSO Plat. Orchestra + Vienna SE). For example, would like a good cymbal pair, with good amount of alternative samples/round robins and playing techniques.

    Thanks for Your thoughts, best,


    JL
     
  2. MatFluor

    MatFluor Senior Member

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  3. leon chevalier

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  4. kimarnesen

    kimarnesen Senior Member

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    Dry, wet or doesn't matter?
     
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    jussilampela

    jussilampela Member

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    Hi,

    Dry is a good option, but it seems I'm most often using the wet ones anyway.
     
  6. dariusofwest

    dariusofwest Senior Member

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    I'm currently using Berlin Percussion Exp A Timpani and Hollywood Orchestral Perc Gold (through ComposerCloudX) for piatti & snares/Rhapsody PErcussion Elements for suspended cymbal, snare, bass drum. Really liking the sound from using all 3 ^_^.
     
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  7. ChrisSiuMusic

    ChrisSiuMusic Senior Member

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    I'm a Cineperc lover through and through. Also have Berlin Percussion, great for more purely orchestral music.
     
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  8. kimarnesen

    kimarnesen Senior Member

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    I can't recommend libraries I haven't tried, so my recommendation would be Spitfire's Orchestral Percussion, or what it's called if you don't mind the quite wet sound of the hall.
     

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