Synful has announced the availability of Synful Orchestra, a VST/DXi Virtual Software Plugin Synthesizer that achieves exceptional realism and expressivity. Synful Orchestra is based on Synful’s patented Reconstructive Phrase Modeling (RPM) technology.
Synful RPM Technology
Synful Orchestra and RPM are the result of eight years of intensive research. According to Synful CEO, Eric Lindemann, “We have long felt the need for a new technology to model expressive instruments such as strings and winds,” said Lindemann. “Sampling is just too stiff, you can’t play an expressive violin phrase on a sampler, no matter how good the sample library is”.
Synful has placed sound examples on their website that showcase the capabilities of Synful Orchestra. The three examples feature Synful Orchestra strings playing an excerpt from Beethoven String Quartet Opus 132, Synful Orchestra winds playing the first few minutes of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, and Synful Orchestra brass playing Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man.
The realism of the examples is surprising, especially the expressiveness of the solo woodwind and string instruments.
A demo version of the software is available at the Synful website.