I second that. This library sounds really good and flexible.This may not be proper, and not even Turkish, but could possibly still be useful (disclaimer: have never tried it, and don't know much about Turkish music!).
The clarinet is the star of that track. The violin is way in the background (any reasonably limber solo violin VI should do). That style of clarinet playing would be very difficult to do with samples. Lots of intricate bending, and timbre modification.Hey there!
I'm currently scoring a documentary. There's one scene in Turkey and it needs a typical turkish folk score.
Can anyone recommend a proper sounding turkish violin VST? In the style of this (beginning):
As Lee said, what you're mainly hearing is the clarinet and it's very dominant over the poor violin or kemence or whatever it may be... So you actually need to search for a good clarinet (Audio Modeling is good) and layer it with a decent solo violin non vibratoThe clarinet is the star of that track. The violin is way in the background (any reasonably limber solo violin VI should do). That style of clarinet playing would be very difficult to do with samples. Lots of intricate bending, and timbre modification.
Mark, thank you so much! You've really helped me a lot. All of the people up there did I appreciate it!And to reiterate on playing styles, the clarinet tends to use some vibrato, but the clarinet is generally played very dry in that region and in those styles of music.
I meant to mention this earlier, but slightly further to the west, the orchestral violin is used in Arabic music and is often referred to as Maghreb Violin (the North Coast of Africa is what is referred to as the Maghreb region, strictly referring to the parts bordering the Mediterranean). This is what is included in UVI World Suite, for instance. To confuse matters, the term can also sometimes be used to refer to the Kemenche.