Native Instruments Introduces Action Woodwinds

US Cinematic woodwinds virtual instrument      15/03/24

Native Instruments says that Action Woodwinds, developed in conjunction with Sonuscore, delivers lively orchestral ensembles for blockbuster scores.

A spokesperson told us, "Conduct flutes, clarinets, bassoons, and beyond, each stunningly lifelike and effortlessly editable with over 1000 phrases."

Here's more details from NI...

Action Woodwinds provides the lively sound of a full woodwind ensemble, coupled with unparalleled creative flexibility. Craft thrilling moments with an extensive collection of innovative orchestral phrases, each brimming with drama, tension, and impact. The intuitive engine streamlines your process, whether you're building blockbuster cues, fantasy soundtracks, or action-packed trailers.

Conduct two high-octane ensembles with Action Woodwinds, from the vibrant tones of clarinets, English horns, oboes, and flutes to the deep resonance of bassoons, contrabass clarinets, and beyond. Explore pre-built themes and phrases, edit them to your taste, or build your own from scratch using the flexible building blocks of Live Modules. Chop, duplicate, and refine modules to create trills, crescendos, falls, and runs that elevate your scores.

Create custom phrases by adjusting note pitches with Melodic mode, or turn chords into captivating passages with Arpeggio mode. You can also play note sequences in real time using a range of articulations. Tailor your sound with multiple mic positions and controls for both high and low ensembles, then export your performance as a MIDI file to use with other instruments in your DAW, such as strings or synths, for impactful results.

Pricing and Availability:
On offer at £179 (Regular price: £269)

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