Save Big On Orchestral Tools Sample Libraries

US 50% Off All components      19/11/21

Berlin based sample library designers Orchestral Tools have announced their Berlin Series Orchestral sample libraries which are available in their own SINE Player (VST/AU/AAX). The comprehensive orchestral library is the result of years of fine-tuning and experimentation.

The four sections: Berlin Percussion, Berlin Woodwind, Berlin Brass, Berlin Strings feature multiple solo players as well as sections for high degrees of realism.

The Berlin Series are on sale through December 8th at a 50% discount:

System requirements for plugin libraries

  • Berlin Strings: 129 GB of samples in NCW format (268 GB uncompressed), 24Bit / 48KHz Patches
  • Berlin Woodwinds: 134 GB of samples (70 GB compressed), 24Bit / 48KHz Patches
  • Berlin Brass: 320 GB of samples (185 GB compressed), 24Bit / 48KHz Patches
  • Berlin Percussion: 150 GB of samples (75 GB compressed), 24Bit / 48KHz Patches
  • Berlin Symphonic Strings: 168 GB of samples (74,4 GB SINEarc compressed), 24 bit / 48KHz patches

For more information OrchestralTools.com



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