Native Instruments shared these in-depth video previews of their Symphony Series sound libraries – Symphony Series String Ensemble & Symphony Series Brass Ensemble.
The Symphony Series is a growing range of high-end tools created for professional scoring. The Symphony Series String Ensemble, featured above, captures the sound of a full 60-piece string ensemble and was recorded in collaboration with top software string instrument developer Audiobro.
Here’s a look at the making of the new String Ensemble library:
The Symphony Series Brass Collection is featured in the videos below:
Here’s the official intro video:
See the Native Instruments site for more information on the Symphony Series sound libraries.
4 thoughts on “Native Instruments Symphony Series Previews”
Sounds great but I wish it were just one product.
I like NI, but it’s interesting how Komplete even Ultimate is no longer K….
They introduced Symphonic Brass or something else a while back.
They do sound VERY good. To me it makes sense that they are separate products. However, I wish they would use these samples in the stock Kontakt library. The orchestral samples in the Kontakt library are kind of a mixed bag.
I guess I’d even like it if they offered some kind of special pricing for Kontakt owners.
I’d probably dump a bunch of the VSL stuff to make room for this.
Woodwinds Ensemble, Percussion, and Solo everything next!!
I agree NI should have this in ultimate 10 for a low price and one product. Thats is why I won’t buy it