Start Your Vienna Symphonic Library Collection with HELLO Free Instruments!
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The Vienna Symphonic Library is celebrating its transition from eLicenser to iLok with the release of the below free instruments.
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This free collection includes percussion instruments that are small enough to be held and played with ease, but they pack a powerful punch in terms of the rhythm and sound. Their versatility and unique timbres add texture and rhythm to a wide range of musical styles, from world and folk music to jazz and orchestral arrangements, and electronic music.
When you think about the harp, you may immediately think of the angelic sounds that only this magical instrument is able to produce. Most of all, it’s the glissando that evokes notions of celestial music and heavenly dreams. And if you dream of free instruments from Vienna, you’re in for a delightful awakening! This free instrument provides a wide variety of harp glissandos, perfectly organized in the Synchron Player’s patch structure, and its plentiful variations are easily accessible across the keyboard.
There’s a special quality to fast scales performed by an ensemble of string players. It’s the simultaneous presence of precision and minimal random deviations in a well-rehearsed ensemble that creates the smoothness and vividness of string ensemble runs. So to increase liveliness and authenticity in your track, it may be better to use pre-recorded runs than creating a string run out of single notes. That’s why VSL recorded octave runs performed by an ensemble of 14 violin players in all scales and modes, presented in the well-organized patch structure of the Vienna Synchron Player.
With Celestial Strings, this heavenly string ensemble is simply beautiful and beautifully simple to use. The large ensemble consists of the acclaimed string players of Vienna’s famed Synchron Stage Orchestra who perform frequently on diverse productions from Hollywood film scores to movie trailers, documentaries, and classical recordings. Here they are creating a soft and ethereal ensemble sound that is so homogenous and well balanced that this may well be one of your favorite string patches ever!
With Soft Imperial, indulge in the gentle sounds and colors of a magnificent Bösendorfer Imperial. Rather than being dull or muffled, the clear and transparent tones of this beautiful grand piano lend themselves well to many styles, from intimate and sparse arrangements to larger instrumentation. The instrument was recorded in the tight and controlled ambiance of Vienna's second studio, the Silent Stage, so that you can place your piano in any acoustic environment.
Big Bang Orchestra - Free Basics is your perfect introduction to a series that has inspired countless composers. Create large orchestrations and inject inspiration into your composing process just by pressing a few notes and letting the colossal sound work its magic. And it’s free! Try it out and hear for yourself how all the musicians of the large Synchron Stage Orchestra played together with exhilarating intensity in one of the best-sounding scoring stages on the planet.
Fujara Flute is an overtone flute from central Slovakia. The sound of the Fujara ranges from low, soft bass tones to sharp, high-intensity notes in the upper register. It was recorded by an acclaimed master of the instrument at Synchron Stage Vienna with a wide variety of performances in short notes, long notes, crescendos, flutter tongues, trills, repetitions, as well as a series of unique effect techniques.
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