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Advice on orchestal VSTs?

2009-02-24 08:15:00 by ke200

Well, I've tried and tried, but I just can't get my orchestra sounding realistic enough. Every note is struck individually and I have no idea how to correct that. It IS possible to create an awesome sounding orchestra with just VSTs, but I have no idea how. If someone can point me in the right direction with a link or give advice, I'd be grateful, even if it's just pointing towards a VST set that worked for you when composing an orchestra.


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Cosmos8942Cosmos8942

2009-03-08 05:25:21

http://www.dskmusic.com/blog/?page_id =3 Head there my friend and be joyfull, for you have just entered the world of DSK. You have just entered the world of high quality.


Nerubweaver19Nerubweaver19

2009-04-21 16:43:13

I have no idea how to help you
sorry lol
but great music


PianoFortressPianoFortress

2010-01-25 16:33:09

Yo, I'm working with East West Symphonic Orchestra. It sounds quite realistic. Vienna Orchestra sounds very good, too. The PLAY engine used in East West products offers lots of possibilites to adjust the samples. Sadly, I don't own the the "new" PLAY because it's only available for $$. But it works nevertheless.

I liked your fable remix alot. What did you use for the drums? Did you play them or is that an awesome VST I could need =)?!

ke200 responds:

That was just a VST from Sampletank 2 with some added effects - it came out pretty well for a VST!


pixelbeypixelbey

2010-06-10 21:06:16

I know this might be hard, but you could try to get an actual orchestra, and make them play everynote in existence with every instrument and every possible combination of instruments possible. That might save you some time, but it might also drive you and your new-found orchestra crazy. I dunno. If music is worth that, then....go for it.

Pixelbey