This crossgrade version of Vienna Symphonic Library SYNCHRON-ized Elements is for owners of VI Elements Full Library who want to access the Element sounds mapped for the Vienna Synchron Player.
The SYNCHRON-ized Elements library features the rare and unique instruments from the VI Elements collection but expanded by adding more unusual instruments. It also includes a host of otherworldly sonic effects created by using the Synchron Player's extensive plug-in and routing options.
The collection offers composers and arrangers production-ready archaic sounds ranging from ethereal shimmers to thunderous strikes combined with the outstanding ambience of Synchron Stage Vienna—great for adventurous film and game scoring, trailer music, or sound design.
SYNCHRON-ized Elements instruments comprise water (waterphone), metal (singing bowls, tam-tams), stone (lithophones), and glass (glass harmonica, verrophone, bottles). New instruments include a second lithophone, another waterphone, additional tam-tams, rails, thunder sheets, crotales, ocean drums, and many more.
FX presets offer the Combined FX category with a total of 24 instruments made by combining different Elements. With a variety of included mixer presets, each instrument can be placed at nine different positions in the main hall of Synchron Stage Vienna for a rich, out-of-the-box sound.
The software is compatible with Mac and Windows and operates in AU, VST, and AAX formats. It is powered by the free Vienna Synchron Player.
- Portato, sustained normal and marcato, trills, mallet normal and secco, mallet glissando
- Staccato, portato, sustained normal and marcato, rolls normal and marcato, trills normal and marcato, mallet normal and secco, mallet trills, mallet glissando
Musical Glasses A
- Staccato, portato, sustained normal and marcato, rolls normal and marcato, trills normal and marcato
Musical Glasses B
- Staccato, portato, sustained normal and marcato, rolls normal and marcato, trills normal and marcato, mallet soft, medium, hard, mallet glissando
Musical Glasses C
- Staccato fast and slow, portato fast and slow, sustained normal and marcato, rolls normal and marcato
- Staccato, portato, sustained normal and marcato, flutter tongue, sforzato
- Regular beater, flexatone, metal, paper box, cardboard tube, plastic, fretsaw, and miscellaneous 1 and 2
Tam-Tams 85-130 cm
- Soft beater, metal beater, single hits and rubs, sacré stick (rub), superball, long rub, and crescendo
- Rails 1–5, single hits left and right, tremolo, 1–3 upbeats
- Staccato, portato, sustained normal and marcato, repetitions, crescendo f and ff (normal and marcato), tremolo crescendo (normal and marcato), arpeggios, FX loops, strokes (hotrod and wood), glissando strokes
- Sustained normal and with modulation, arpeggios, FX, pizzicato
- Thunder sheets A–E (articulations vary according to instrument), tremolo, hand rub, single hits, metal chain, bowed, shaken
Japanese Singing Bowls
- Wood beater, rubber beater, wood beater (secco)
- Transposition for 88 keys and loco, metal beater, triangle beater, bowed
- Soft mallet (open, secco, rolls, hard mallet), sul ponticello (open and secco), glissando, soft and medium rubber mallet (open and secco), very hard mallet (open and secco), finger (open, secco, nail regular and accent), small and big stone, needle (3mm center and FX, 5mm side and ponticello), shattering portato and accent, and bowed piano and forte
- Transposition for 88 keys and loco, single hits, 1–4 upbeats, rolls, and rubbed
- Ocean drums A and B (articulations vary according to instrument), short and long sounds, motion, and performances full and excerpts
- Performances of 14, 27, 48, 66, and 73 seconds in duration (full and excerpts)
- 2 ocean drums (articulations vary according to instrument), pizzicato, finger snips, finger slides slow and fast, single stroke, pulse (slow, medium, fast, faster), rotation
- 3 cuicas (articulations vary according to instrument), low and high variations, piano (short, medium, long), piano FX, forte (short, medium, and long)
- Large and small waldteufel (short, medium, and long tones with variations)
- Muted tone (short, medium, long), open tone (short, medium, long), and tremolos
- 3 different FX settings for every instrument
- Special FX with instrument combinations