Not using it anymore, but you can try this one, got a lot mileage out of it:What are your favourite Valhalla Room orchestral presets guys?
Thank you!Not using it anymore, but you can try this one, got a lot mileage out of it:
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The 3D version supports Atmos and Auro. Do you really need these for your work? The basic Symphony supports the usual surround formats. Those seem to work for a lot of us plebes.No Audio Unit? Odd in this day and age. The basic one is however.
it is precisely for this reason that SWIV is my favorite of the scores - not the most pristine recording, but definitely the most "beautiful" to my ears. (It doesn't hurt that JW was still figuring out a few things about the "Star Wars Sound" and was, in some ways, much more experimental with his music than he would be again)(the first Star Wars score was extremely dry, very present, very wide, loads of mid, gets kinda crunchy. Sounds amazing, but people would think you were mad if you turned in a mix like that today. It was recorded at Anvil Studios in the UK which closed not many years afterwards. In a way A New Hope feels like a final chapter in that dry 40s-70s movie sound tradition, a boat load of excitable ER. All those lush tails seemed to start very soon afterwards. Empire is a more conventional sounding score to modern ears)
The cinematic studio series is much drier, at least compared to the OT libraries I own (Arks I and II - I assume all Teldex libraries are similar?). CSx libraries do have a sense of space, but a very short tail.OT libraries. I think they might be on the same wetness as Cinematic Studio series or Cinematic Studio drier ?