Publisher : Audio Imperia
Website : Audio Imperia
Format : KONTAKT
Quality : 24 bit 48 kHz stereo
Description : Recorded on the same stage as our leading Jaeger and Cerberus libraries, the TALOS series is yet another addition to our ever-expanding range of orchestral sample libraries. All TALOS libraries are large ensembles that can range from soft and thin to stunningly epic.
One of the main goals and objectives of the series was the creation of libraries capable of working with the full sound range in a larger size than the life ensemble, but at the same time preserve all its realism. We made sure that TALOS libraries not only blend perfectly with our other libraries (Jaeger, Cerberus, etc.), but also really blend well with each other and improve your writing skills.
Requires FULL VERSION OF KONTAKT 5.5.2+
For Volume Two, we recorded a thunderous sounding 12 player low brass ensemble (4x Tubas, 4x Cimbassi, 4x Bass Trombones). The wide range of articulations gives you immense control over this low-end monster and allows you to unleash fury on your music.
– 12 player low brass ensemble: 4x Tubas, 4x Cimbassi, 4x Bass Trombones
– 4.83 GB installed
– 4 mic positions: Spot, Decca, Wide, Far PLUS 1 mix: Full Mix
– Sound design made from the original orchestral recordings
– Requires FULL VERSION OF KONTAKT 5.5.2+
Sustained (3 DYN, 1 RR)
Sustained Flutter Tongue (3 DYN, 1 RR)
Marcato Long (3 DYN, 5 RR)
Marcato Short (3 DYN, 5 RR)
Staccato (3 DYN, 5 RR)
Staccatissimo (3 DYN, 5 RR)
Rip (1 DYN, 2 RR)
Bend (1 DYN, 2 RR)
Crescendo Long (1 DYN, 2 RR)
Crescendo Short (1 DYN, 2 RR)
Crescendo Long Flutter Tongue (1 DYN, 2 RR)
Crescendo Short Flutter Tongue (1 DYN, 2 RR)
The traditional orchestral sections in Talos – Low Brass are complemented by an extensive and incredibly flexible sound design section. All of the sound design comes from the original orchestral recordings and it is really easy to create your own, customized sounds in very few steps.
This time, all the tonal elements of the sound design library have been designed and rendered in multiple pitches, spanning a full octave, allowing for much more natural transposition.