Vienna Instruments Announces North American Tour

vienna instruments tourCoinciding with the completion of the Symphonic Cube (10 Vienna Instruments, now shipping), the Vienna Symphonic Library announces its North American Vienna Instruments Tour, to take place in July 2006.

Chief editing engineer Paul Steinbauer will present the Vienna Instruments in detail, revealing his secrets of orchestral production, performing and creating pieces live, and answering audience questions. Attendees may also win special gifts from the Vienna Symphonic Library.

The venues are as follows:

There will also be a UCLA Extension course, hosted by Vienna’s North American distributor ILIO:

  • July 22,10:00 am – 5:00 pm
    The Composer’s Workstation: A Practical Guide to Using Film Music Technology
    With Craig Stewart Garfinkle
    Westlake Village, CA

The Symphonic Cube, Now Complete

The Symphonic Cube, Vienna Symphonic Library’s tour de force of orchestral magnificence, is now shipping from dealers and distributors. All 10 Vienna Instruments that make up the Symphonic Cube are now available as plug-ins in AU, VST (Mac & PC) and MacIntel (public beta) formats as well as stand-alone versions.

The company’s website has Video Tutorials as well as audio demos. The impressive realizations of Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings, Holst’s St. Paul’s Suite, Händel’s Arrival of the Queen of Sheba, as well as compositions from Vienna Instruments users like Guy Bacos’ Concerto Cadenza or Mickey’s Berlin Fantasia demonstrate the utmost realism and sonic distinction of Vienna’s new sample-based Virtual Instruments.

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