Vienna Symphonic Library

Vienna Symphonic Library Pro & VSL Symphonic Cube Pro Strings Complete library (gig)

Vienna Symphonic Library Pro & VSL Symphonic Cube Pro Strings Complete library (gig) | 148 Gb

The Vienna Symphonic Library (VSL) is a producer of samples of orchestral instruments recorded by members of the Vienna Philharmonic. For recording the samples, VSL uses the Silent Stage, a recording studio specially constructed for this purpose. The number of recorded samples currently is about 1.75 million. VSL's products include legato and repetition articulations. VSL's Vienna Instruments Symphonic Cube contains a full orchestra made up of ten collections that can also be acquired separately: solo strings, chamber strings, two collections of orchestral strings, harps, two collections of woodwinds, two collections of brass (one of which includes Wagner tuba), and percussion.

Vienna Symphonic Library Symphonic Cube Solo Cello KONTAKT  

Posted by orientazure at Feb. 12, 2016
Vienna Symphonic Library Symphonic Cube Solo Cello KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library Symphonic Cube Solo Cello KONTAKT | 2.18 Gb

This Solo Cello is a rip from the Symphonic Cube Performance series package. Kontakt build created including all the keyswitching and layers for just this particular instrument. Scritping for all EFX and Legato out front along with a nice GUI included.

Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Tenor Trombone KONTAKT  

Posted by orientazure at Jan. 26, 2012
Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Tenor Trombone KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Tenor Trombone KONTAKT (repost) | 272 Mb

The trombone has been found in ensembles and as a solo instrument throughout its history since the Middle Ages and can be used in all genres of music for brass instruments. In the course of its history, the trombone has become increasingly versatile and its stylistic possibilities have grown to the point where today the instrument is no longer subject to any stylistic constraints.

Vienna Symphonic Library Piccolo Trumpet KONTAKT  

Posted by orientazure at Jan. 16, 2011
Vienna Symphonic Library Piccolo Trumpet KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library Piccolo Trumpet KONTAKT | 556 Mb

The piccolo trumpet has a sound which exhibits all the typical characteristics of the trumpet, although it is brighter and clearer than the trumpet in C. Today, the piccolo trumpet is used for orchestral playing mainly when the trumpet part is permanently in a very high register, e.g. for the performance of baroque clarino parts in Bach and Handel.

Vienna Symphonic Library Tenor Saxophone KONTAKT  

Posted by orientazure at Jan. 3, 2011
Vienna Symphonic Library Tenor Saxophone KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library Tenor Saxophone KONTAKT | 264 Mb

The classical Swing big-band ensemble includes 5 saxophones: 2 Alto, 2 Tenor and 1 Baritone saxophone. The transposing Tenor saxophone in Bb covers the middle range. Its sound can be very raw and “dirty”. Stan Getz is one of a large number of well-known players of this instrument.

Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Flute KONTAKT  

Posted by Artist14 at Jan. 2, 2011
Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Flute KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Flute KONTAKT | 589 Mb

The flute, or concert flute, has been used throughout history. Once a technically complete traverse flute with a satisfactory timbre had established itself, the amount of solo literature for the instrument increased dramatically. Composers began to explore the limits of the instrument, and experiments with different tone colors and means of articulation resulted in a whole new palette of playing techniques.

Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Trumpet KONTAKT  

Posted by Artist14 at Jan. 2, 2011
Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Trumpet KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library Opus 1 Trumpet KONTAKT | 305 Mb

The sound of the trumpet has always denoted military strength, whether this was as a signaling instrument in battle or in a military band. The image of the trumpet as a symbol of authority and social standing goes hand in hand with its association with warfare. Celebrations and ceremonies at court, parades and coronations are inextricably linked to fanfares and other majestic trumpet sounds.

Vienna Symphonic Library Clarinet Eb KONTAKT  

Posted by Artist14 at Jan. 2, 2011
Vienna Symphonic Library Clarinet Eb KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library Clarinet Eb KONTAKT | 341 Mb

The clarinet is the most recent addition to the woodwind family (flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet) and was the last woodwind instrument to be integrated into the symphony orchestra. The clarinet in Eb is a sopranino clarinet and at 49 cm is a little shorter than the commonly used clarinet in Bb and as a result has a higher pitch.

Vienna Symphonic Library Epic Horns KONTAKT  

Posted by Artist14 at Jan. 2, 2011
Vienna Symphonic Library Epic Horns KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library Epic Horns KONTAKT | 627 Mb

The horn ensemble of eight double horns has been known as the ‘Epic Horns’ since our Horizon Series sample libraries. It is an impressive sounding body that not only fulfills the sonic ideal of the theatrical late Romantic orchestra but also meets the challenge of “larger than life” scores for modern cinema.

Vienna Symphonic Library KONTAKT  

Posted by orientazure at Dec. 26, 2009
Vienna Symphonic Library KONTAKT

Vienna Symphonic Library KONTAKT | ~ 100 Gb

The Vienna Symphonic Library (VSL) is a producer of samples of orchestral instruments recorded by members of the Vienna Philharmonic. For recording the samples, VSL uses the Silent Stage, a recording studio specially constructed for this purpose. The number of recorded samples currently is about 1.75 million. VSL's Vienna Instruments Symphonic Cube contains a full orchestra made up of ten collections that can also be acquired separately: solo strings, chamber strings, two collections of orchestral strings, harps, two collections of woodwinds, two collections of brass (one of which includes Wagner tuba), and percussion.