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Available for download, this complete collection of Chris Hein Orchestral Woodwinds from Best Service is a sample library giving you flutes, clarinets, oboes, and bassoons in one virtual instrument. Each family of woodwinds contains up to four different instruments in its category—for example, there are four flutes in the flute pack—and every instrument makes use of fourteen articulations and up to eight dynamic layers.
This virtual instrument is powered by the included Native Instruments Kontakt Player, which allows for a panoply of configuration choices to accommodate many different styles of workflow. 26 key-switch presets at the lower end of the keyboard range allow you to choose among various options in triggering different articulations, for example.
With around 10,000 samples per individual instrument, this library's 50GB of content will come in handy for producers and composers alike, whether your taste is for film work or orchestral pieces. Furthermore, while all instruments have been close-mic'd individually—affording you multiple blending options in post—particularly dynamic expressions have been recorded in a manner that will always synchronize, giving you a coherent tone in volume swells, decrescendos, and other situations.
This virtual instrument collection is compatible with both Mac and Windows platforms. It can run in standalone mode, or operate within VST, AU, or AAX formats.
Nota: This is an upgrade available to registered users of Chris Hein Winds Compact.
|General Requirements||4 GB RAM (6 GB recommended)
1 GB free disc space for player installation
Free hard drive space according to the library size
Internet connection for product activation required for any computer
OS X 10.9 - 10.11 (latest update)
Intel Core 2 Duo
Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 (latest SP, 32-/64-bit)
Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2
|Supported Interfaces||Standalone, VST, Audio Units, AAX Native (Pro Tools 10 or later)
ASIO, Core Audio, WASAPI