GARRITAN Personal Orchestra 5 - Virtual Instrument (Download)

GARRITAN Personal Orchestra 5 - Virtual Instrument (Download)

GARRITAN Personal Orchestra 5 - Virtual Instrument (Download)

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Product Highlights

  • All Major Instruments of the Orchestra
  • Over 500 Instrument Choices
  • Strings, Brass, Woodwinds, Percussion
  • Includes Keyboards, Harps, and Choir
  • Build Orchestra One Instrument at a Time
  • Create Chamber and Ensemble Groups
  • Play Divisi and Separate Lines
  • Convenient Pre-Configured Combinations
  • Powered by the ARIA Player
  • Mac OS X, Windows
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Personal Orchestra 5 from Garritan is an orchestral sample library that delivers the complete range of orchestral instruments, including strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, and keyboards. The library is designed to allow the creation of numerous instrument combinations, each capable of playing a separate part. Sections or a complete orchestra can be built one instrument at a time, or pre-configured instrumental combinations can be accessed via the Ensemble Manager.

This new edition continues in the tradition of past versions but with vastly expanded instruments and the offering of new techniques, performance spaces and reverbs, and instrument body resonances. The sampled sound library integrates the high-performance ARIA Player.

Includes all the major instruments of the orchestra – strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, and keyboards
Build an orchestra one instrument at a time, exactly as required – create solos, duos, trios, quartets, chamber groups, ensembles, sections or a full symphony orchestra
Play divisi and separate lines for each instrument, free from fixed-size section samples
Each instrument has its own individual character and nuance that can interact with each other just like real players
Ensemble Manager makes it easy to load pre-configured instrumental combinations
Powered by the ARIA Player Advanced Instrument Engine
Brass
Trumpets
Solo piccolo trumpet
Three first trumpet players
First trumpet solo
Three second trumpet players
Second trumpet solo
Solo and three trumpet players with straight mute
Two trumpet overlays
Three SAM trumpet players
SAM trumpet section
SAM trumpet solo
SAM solo piccolo trumpet

Trombones
First bass trombone solo
Second bass trombone solo
SAM bass trombone solo
Three SAM trombone players
SAM trombone section
SAM trombone solo
Two trombone overlays
Three trombone players
Trombone solo
Solo and three trombone players with mute

French Horns
Three first French horn players
First French horn solo
Three second French horn players
Second French horn solo
Three French horn overlays
Solo and three French horn players with mute
Three SAM French horn players
SAM French horn section, SAM French horn solo

Tubas
Contratuba solo
SAM tuba solo
First tuba solo
Second tuba solo
Two tuba overlays
Keyboards, Harps, Choir
Keyboards
Celesta
Two Concert D grand pianos
Two Studio B grand pianos
Two glass armonicas
Harpsichord
Five pipe organ mixes and combinations
Nine individual pipe organ stops
Custom pipe organ console with 74 individual stops

Harps
Two chromatic harps
Concert grand harp
Two glissando harps
Two harp harmonics
Two pedal mode glissando harps

Choir
Two soprano articulations
Soprano solo with and without vibrato
Two alto articulations
Two tenor articulations
Two bass articulations
Three boys choir articulations
Three children's choir articulations
Full choir
Percussion
Non-Pitched
Basic orchestra percussion
Bass drum
Cymbals
Orchestral quad toms
Percussion accessories
Snares
Wind machine

Pitched
Crotales
Glockenspiel
Handbells
Two marimbas
Three timpani
Tubular bells
Two vibraphones
Xylophone
Strings
Solo Strings
Nine violin solo techniques
Five viola solo techniques
Six cello solo techniques
Four bass solo techniques

Violins
Solo Stradivari Violin
Solo Gagliano Violin
Solo Guarneri Violin
9 Violins for Ensembles
1st Violin Section (12 Players)
2nd Violin Section (10 Players)

Violas
Solo Viola
3 Violas for Ensembles
Viola Section (10 Players)

Cellos
Solo Gofriller Cello
Solo Montagnana Cello
Solo Pierray Cello
9 Cellos for Ensembles
Cello Section (8 Players)

Basses
Solo Double Bass
3 Double Basses for Sections
Double Bass Section (7 Players)

Small Sections
Six first 3-violin group techniques
Five second 3-violin group techniques
Seven 6-violin group techniques
Three 4-viola group techniques
Three 3-cello group techniques
Three 2-bass group techniques

Section Strings
Two violin sections sustaining bow strokes (10 violins and 22 violins)
Eight first violin section short bow strokes
Eight second violin section short bow strokes
Eleven first violin section additional techniques (col legno, harmonics, pizzicato)
Nine second violin section additional techniques (col legno, harmonics, pizzicato)
Viola section sustaining bow strokes
Five viola section short bow strokes
Eight viola section additional techniques (col legno, harmonics, pizzicato)
Cello section sustaining bow strokes
Seven cello section short bow strokes
Ten cello section additional techniques (col legno, harmonics, pizzicato)
Bass section sustaining bow strokes
Three bass section short bow strokes
Four bass section additional techniques (col legno, pizzicato)
Five full strings
Six strings section effects
Woodwinds
Flutes
Solo Flute
3 Flutes for Ensembles
Piccolo
Alto Flute
Bass Flute

Clarinets
Solo Bb Clarinet
3 Clarinets for Ensembles
Eb Clarinet
Bass Clarinet
3 Bass Clarinets for Ensembles
Contrabass Clarinet

Double Reeds
Solo Oboe (Two Soloists)
3 Oboes for Ensembles
English Horn (Two Soloists)
Solo Bassoon (Two Soloists)
3 Bassoons for Ensembles)
Contrabassoon (Two Soloists)
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System Requirements Mac
Multi-core processor recommended
OS X 10.8 or later
4 GB RAM minimum
16 GB of free hard drive space minimum
Dedicated hard drive with a speed of at least 7200 RPM recommended; SSD preferred
Internet connection required for download version, updates, and online registration

Windows
Multi-core processor recommended
Windows 7 or later
4 GB RAM minimum
16 GB of free hard drive space minimum
Audio interface compatible with ASIO or DirectSound
Dedicated hard drive with a speed of at least 7200 RPM recommended; SSD preferred
Internet connection required for download version, updates, and online registration

Optional
MIDI interface may be required if using a MIDI keyboard (many keyboards now use USB)
Ability to assign controllers within the keyboard, music program, or sequencer is recommended
High-quality speakers and amplifier, or high-quality headphones
Personal Orchestra 5 - Virtual Instrument (Download) is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great cost for something so amazin I was blown away with how versatile and professional this instrument pack was. I now don't even know how I would function without it.
Date published: 2016-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sounds good for the money I bought this to accompany my copy of Garritan Instant Orchestra. If you have both you have quite a selection to compose with. I started with free programs such as Edriol HQ and loved that and bought a couple of low end libraries from Digital Sound Factory. I bought Instant Orchestra first and loved it so much I bought the Personal Orchestra. Points to remember is that Personal Orchestra 5 is a major upgrade from 4 make sure you get 5. It sounds great and I have seamlessly merged it into my new work and is now my preferred library. Technical concerns are that Instant Orchestra is a far lower volume almost half so when mixing the two libraries it is a bit of work to balance it. They both use the same Aria player so it is clearly in the library. The included Aria player is very light on the CPU as well as the libraries but the combination settings can eat up CPU power quickly. It was trouble free to install and activate. The only other issue I experienced was that Instant Orchestra uses the modulation wheel to control sounds and mine defaulted to a lower position that resulted in no sound and it was frustration until I found that solution. Bottom line it is clearly the next step up on the orchestral ladder from where I started and if carefully used it is very realistic and enjoyable. You can pay 5 times the price for what you are getting.
Date published: 2016-09-27
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