CineSamples CineStrings Solo
CineStrings SOLO was recorded at the world famous MGM Scoring Stage at Sony Pictures Studios in Los Angeles. Recorded and mixed by veteran legend Dennis Sands, the CineStrings SOLO Library enhances Cinesamples’ essential CORE collection with masterful performances and recordings of some of the greatest LA scoring musicians.
This collection will function as an exceptional cinematic voice of its own in your sound palette. An expressly composer-friendly solo string library, CineStrings SOLO is intuitive, versatile and complements its predecessors beautifully in both usability and sound.
- Deeply sampled solo strings virtual instrument
- Recorded at the world famous MGM Scoring Stage at Sony Pictures Studios in Los Angeles
- The patches contain some of the most realistic True Legato ever created for soloistic string writing
- Composer-friendly solo string library
- Intuitive and easy to use graphic interface
- Quickly selectable presets
- Complements its predecessors beautifully in both usability and sound
As with all CineSymphony libraries, the CineStrings SOLO library does not require you to purchase any additional sample playback software, and is licensed to work with the Native Instrument’s free Kontakt Player. All you need is a sequencer like Logic, Cubase, Digital Performer, LIVE, Pro Tools, Cakewalk, or even Apple GarageBand and you’ll be up and running. You can also use CineStrings SOLO with your favourite notation software such as Sibelius or Finale.
Cinestrings SOLO, as with the other “Cine” series libraries, has a very intuitive and easy to use graphic interface with quickly selectable presets that can help you write, program and mix.
You can tailor these settings to your specific practices. The Mapping page can quickly set you up for velocity, key-switching or MIDI continuous controller (CC) articulation switching. The Mixer page allows you to quickly access the Full mix or the three other microphone positions. The Settings page allows for advanced control over each of these patches for sound design, programming and other useful features.