For the first time in the industry: true legato transients in the performed chords. ProjectSAM has recorded major and minor chords with all possible transitions between them.
For example, C major and F minor were recorded separately, as well as C major turning into F minor, and vice versa. The result is very realistic and musical.
The two ensembles recorded for the Orchestrator are strings with choir and brass with woodwind. A full set of legato chords is available for these two arrangements. Major and minor chords are mapped to two areas on the keyboard, allowing them to be triggered and connected with a single key.
In addition to legato chords, a number of other ensembles are available, including legato double basses played with chorus bass, soprano violin with sustain, various staccato chords, and a bonus set of alternative chord orchestrations.
Orchestrator supports the NKS standard, offering easy search, Light Guide, and hands-on parameter management for NI Komplete and / or Maschine users. Each type of instrument in Orchestrator has a consistent keyboard area. Chords are always mapped to the same octaves, as are low bass and high sustains. This makes it very easy to combine different sounds. The included Multis gives you several such combinations.
The Orchestrator is an incredibly inspiring tool that will find its way into your orchestral library from day one.
FULL & UPDATE means that you can download the updated full version if you don’t have the previous one, or download only the update if you have the previous one.
+ FIXED: Mapping bug in Dark Basses legato instrument
+ FIXED: Mapping bugs in number of Multis
– Recorded for 2 ensembles: brass with winds and strings with choir
– Double basses & choir basses ‘Dark Basses’ legato instrument
– 3-Layer mod wheel dynamics
– Bonus tremolo chords, flageolet sustains and staccato instruments
– Bonus celli with double basses sustains from SYMPHOBIA
– Free mode or scale locking option for chord instruments
– 3 concert hall mics with real-time mixing
– On-the-fly octave shifting (nudge instrument mapping left or right)