What libraries do you use for music? What is your favorite virtual synthesizer, orchestral library, percussion instruments? Do not reveal all the secrets, but share your experience!
Orchestral Tools - the best virtual sample library out there at the moment.
Virtual synth has to be Synapse Audio Junglist
For synths - Omnisphere 2, Zebra 2, Access Virus TI
Serum, Massive and Diva for synth !
Output instruments, very cool!
I second that. Their Berlin Strings sounds amazing. Have you tried Embertone’s Joshua Bell Violin? For solo violin work, it’s incredible.
For solo piano works I love the Galaxy Vintage D
Old-school! I like it!
Listen to this track that I used Joshua Bell Library - https://audiojungle.net/item/vivaldi-autumn-allegro/24210093 Listen from 1:10 for the library to really shine.
Firebird palm muted guitar is firebird palm muted guitar
it sounds really amazing!
but very high price (
which one you mean? Metropolis Ark?
All of them, Metropolis and Berlin series libraries.
Awesome! Snap! I also used it for Vivaldi, but Spring instead of Autumn:
This sounds so damn cool - such a great library!
Serum by far
Thank! I have to buy!
I like 8dio Anthology and Albion 2 a lot for my strings work! I use the Arturia V collection a lot for synth work, I tend to find myself using the SEM V and Wurlitzer a lot SEM is fun for arpeggios and I like having that “analog” looking UI
Been thinking about buying Omnisphere for a long time, looks so fun to mess around with
Omnisphere is great, it has so much content and the presets it comes with are great. It’s very popular with film composers and is used a lot in film trailers too.