Orchestral Tools – Berlin Strings v2.5 UPDATE (KONTAKT)

By | October 12, 2016


The library is recorded with 4-5 different mic positions: AB, Tree, Close, Surround and Concert master (only violin 1). The mics can me mixed and matched by the user but using them all at the same time is obviously very resource demanding. Also Adaptive Legato Engine is created, which uses three different legato types (slurred-expressive, agile and fast) plus portamento, and it switches automatically depending on how fast you play. Velocity switches between three different bow stroke intensities for an even more realistic legato attack.The library was recorded in one of the best sounding scoring stages in Europe with a fantastic complement of legendary microphones catapulting Berlin Strings on a new level of orchestral string sampling.

• First True Adaptive Legato (including 4 legato types: Slurred, Agile (scripted), Fast Runs and Portamento)
• Up to 24x RR Spiccatos
• Extensive collection of different short notes
• Playable Runs and pre-recorded octave runs (tempo synced)
• Smaller Sections for more definition and detail
• 4 Mic Positions + Concert Master Mic (Violins I only)
• Bow Stroke Control (soft, immediate, accented)
• Up to 3 different vibrato expressions
• Ostinato Arp Legato (fast leg 6RR and slow leg 3RRs true legato)
• 24Bit / 48KHz Patches

How to use apply this 2.5 update with are earlier release
1. Take all the samples from are earlier release
and add them to the 2.5 Samples folder
Berlin_Strings001 to Berlin_Strings061 for both nkx and nkc
2. Run the BST Win or Mac Installer
3. Do a batch resave of the 2.5 library
4. Enjoy


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