Antares Autotune Evo v6 0 9 VST RTAS

January 31, 2019
Antares Autotune Evo v6 0 9 VST RTAS

 Antares Autotune Evo v6 0 9 VST RTAS


Introducing Auto-Tune Evo
The Next Generation of the Worldwide Standard in Professional Pitch Correction
The Fastest, Easiest-To-Use, Highest-Quality Tool for Correcting Pitch
Buy ItHailed as a “holy grail of recording,” by Recording magazine (and adopted worldwide as the largest-selling audio plug-in of all time), Auto-Tune corrects intonation problems in vocals or solo instruments, in real time, without distortion or artifacts, while preserving all of the expressive nuance of the original performance – with audio quality so pristine that the only difference between what goes in and what comes out is the intonation. All with a user-interface that is a model of clarity, speed and ease-of-use.
For most common pitch problems, Auto-Tune Evo’s Automatic Mode instantaneously detects the pitch of the input, identifies the closest pitch in a user-specified scale (including minor, major, chromatic and 26 historical and microtonal scales), and corrects the input pitch to match the scale pitch. A Retune Speed control lets you match the retune rate to virtually any performance style.
For meticulous tweaking, the Graphical Mode displays the performance’s detected pitch envelope and allows you to specify the desired pitch using a variety of graphics tools. This mode gives complete control over the correction or modification of the most elaborate expressive gestures.
Auto-Tune is used daily by thousands of audio professionals around the world. Whether to save studio and editing time, ease the frustration of endless retakes, to save that otherwise once-in-a-lifetime performance, or to create striking special effects, Auto-Tune Evo is the tool of choice.


Antares Autotune Evo v6 0 9 VST RTAS  Antares Autotune Evo v6 0 9 VST RTAS Reviewed by Unknown on January 31, 2019 Rating: 5

Spitfire Audio – BML Low Brass (KONTAKT)

January 31, 2019

Spitfire Audio – BML Low Brass (KONTAKT)

Spitfire Audio – BML Low Brass (KONTAKT)

After the delights of enormous brass libraries and ensembles, providing broad brush stroke approaches to writing, which have characterised recent film, gaming and TV music to some extent, Spitfire are at last proud to present some of the greatest brass players in the world to provide you with the tools you need to write detailed and focussed orchestral music.
This is the fifth instalment in our BML (British Modular Library) Range. British brass players are renowned around the world for their talent, flair, virtuosity and versatility. Composers travel the globe to come and work with them. One particular area of excellence is in our “low” brass players.
THE TUBA
A wide bore valved brass instrument used as a bass or contrabass member of an orchestra. Often used as a comedy effect for it’s short farty parps, it is often forgotten what a beautiful chocolatey tone it can give. Arranging for a choir of tuba, euphoniums and horns would provide a seemless onslaught of tear inducing beauty. In the right hands (and in Owen Slade here, we certainly are!) they can be incredibly lyrical but also, at the lowest part of their register and upper dynamic levels, monstrous and utterly terrifying!
THE CONTRABASS TROMBONE
Wagner Strauss and Schoenberg are some composers who put this instrument through its paces, however, the eponimous Samuel Adler in his book “The Study Of Orchestration” rather flippantly remarked “Since the contrabass trombone taxes the performer so greatly, we advise not to write for the instrument…” Pah to that! London has a handful of fine players and in this library we have the finest.
So the CB Trombone is as the name would suggest, part of the trombone family; a brass lipped reed aerophone with a cylindrical bore featuring the familiar telescopic slide. Be warned though, whilst we have looped the samples here be wary when writing loud lower parts. You’d be lucky to get half a bar of sustained notes in these conditions.
THE CIMBASSO
In 1881 G.C. Pelitti created at Verdi’s request a new low brass instrument, the “trombone basso Verdi”. Verdi scored for this instrument in subsequent operas, Otello and Falstaff, thereafter it was adopted by most Italian orchestras. It slipped into obscurity in the 20th century (orchestras opting to pass these parts onto the Tuba) but has seen a recent revivial, especially in the realm of film scores. It is a valved instrument with the appearance of a tuba that has been on a very effective diet. Whilst it’s range is quite low it’s finer bore doesn’t offer as much chocolatey bottom end that the Tuba does. But it’s not this that we’re looking for with a Cimbasso, for the real character of the instrument is in it’s upper dynamics and Cuivre style of playing. For therein lies a sound that could have sprung straight out of a Hyronemous Bosch painting.
CIMBASSO A2?
As above but with 2 two different players playing at the same time. Combine the two patches and you have three Verdi trombone bassos!
ARTICULATION LIST FOR LOW BRASS:
LEGATO – These are true legato patches where every possible interval within the range we have selected has been recorded. They are monophonic and rely on you overlapping the notes, otherwise the start of the sample will be re-triggered. As the lyricial scope of some the of the instruments within this library is restricted (the contrabass trombone requires so much puff you’d be easy to get half a bar out of it with some dynamics) legato is only available on the Tuba.
LONGS – Marked “Regal”, which is a warm, soft tone going up to a strong declaimation without vibrato. These use dynamic controllers.
LONGS MUTED (Trombone & Tuba only) – With a mute (in the case of the Tuba, a huge conical piece of wood) placed in the bell to produce a more papery, reedy tone.
LONGS CUIVRE – (Fr’ ringing or sonorous) achieved by a slight tensing of the lips to produce a rasping “brassy” tone.
MARCATO – This is the longest short note – and it has a round marked attack.
TENUTO – This is the medium length short note, C.P.E. Bach suggested “Notes which are neither staccato, nor legato, nor sostenuto…”
STACCATO – The shortest of our shorts.
RIPS & FALLS – These are fx of quick glisses up to and down from the note you play on the keyboard. You can control them in two ways: Longer rips/falls are on MW from 0-64, Shorter one from 65-127 — and there are two dynamics controlled by velocity.
Low Brass, is part of a new, long-term project entitled THE BRITISH MODULAR LIBRARY providing composers with the ability to add fine detail, musical expression, beauty and focus to their work. To write music that musicians love to play and to get the most out of smaller ensembles and the wealth of timbral colour and character they can add to any project.
After many years of development experience Spitfire will present this library with a user interface and set of features unprecedented in any library to date. With 7 mic positions, recorded at 96k through vintage valve and ribbon mics to tape through Neve preamps and Prism convertors, and presented at 48k, 24bit in Kontakt format, and additionally three extremely useful ‘mixed’ versions presented in Stereo and 5.1.
Low Brass consists of the greatest players London has to offer playing in the hall at Air Studios, which is regarded as one of the greatest scoring stages in the world.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Downloadable in 4 packs:
• Pack 1 = (Close, Tree, Ambient, Outrigger Mics) 10+ GB
• Pack 2 = (Stereo Mixes) 5+ GB
• Pack 3 = (Gallery, Close Ribbon, Stereo Mics) 8+ GB, (5.1 Mixes)
• Pack 4 = 9+ GB
• Roughly 32+ GB of lossless NCW compressed data.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
• A full version of KONTAKT 4.2.4 or KONTAKT 5
• Windows 7 (latest Service Pack, 32/64 Bit), Intel Core Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2, 2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended)
• Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 or 10.8 (latest update), Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM (4 GB recommended)

Spitfire Audio – BML Low Brass (KONTAKT)  Spitfire Audio – BML Low Brass (KONTAKT) Reviewed by Unknown on January 31, 2019 Rating: 5

Audiobro – LA Scoring Strings 2.0 (KONTAKT)

January 31, 2019

Audiobro – LA Scoring Strings 2.0 (KONTAKT)


Audiobro – LA Scoring Strings 2.0 (KONTAKT)

LA Scoring Strings (LASS) brings a whole new level of expressiveness, realism, and real-time playability to sampled strings.
At the heart of its revolutionary sound are Real Legato performance samplepatches and a unique layered ensemble approach. These ensembles were all recorded individually in a large film scoring studio. Because they made up of different players (avoiding  the dreaded same player sound), they combine seamlessly to produce entirely cohesive small, medium, or large sections with the right divisi ratios.
Stage & Color – At the heart of Stage & Color is a collection of exclusive orchestral sound profiles (colors) inspired by famous movie scores and recordings. Now, at the push of a button, LASS can adopt the tonal characteristics of some of the most coveted scores and recordings.
A new ARC (Audiobro Remote Control) master script that will allow for dramatically easier control of all sections and divisis from a single window.
Reverb and width controls of multiple patches from within the ARC
ART programming of multiple patches from within the ARC
CC Table control of multiple patches from within the ARC
Auto Arranger control of multiple patches from within the ARC
A new Key Switching approach of multiple patches from within the ARC
Aleatoric (string effects) patches
Non Vibrato to Vibrato patches
Legato Tremolo patches
Legato Trill patches
Micro Tuning and real-time performance of tuning
A CC Attenuation knob that allows on to ride CC attenuation in real-time or after-the-fact for added dynamic control.


A new User Interface that is easier to read and more pleasant to look at.
A drastically reduced footprint of only about 16.5GB due to the inclusion of NI’s NCW (loss-less compression audio file format) files. We include the 24 bit files since it will be about 30% less taxing on your hard drive than a 24-bit wave file. We noticed no measurable CPU hit using the NCW files… and we did a lot of testing.

Audiobro – LA Scoring Strings 2.0 (KONTAKT) Audiobro – LA Scoring Strings 2.0 (KONTAKT) Reviewed by Unknown on January 31, 2019 Rating: 5
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