Vienna Symphonic Library Orchestral Strings II Upgrade to Full Library - Vienna Instruments (Download)

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Vienna Symphonic Library
Vienna Symphonic Library Orchestral Strings II Upgrade to Full Library - Vienna Instruments (Download)
Key Features
  • For Owners of the Standard Library
  • Additional Articulations and Samples
  • 8 Player Cello Ensemble
  • 6 Player Double Bass Ensemble
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Orchestral Strings II Upgrade to Full Library from Vienna Symphonic Library provides additional articulations and samples for the Orchestral Strings II virtual instrument Standard Library (required). The instrument features a Cello Ensemble (8 players) and Bass Ensemble (6 players.) The leading voices of the two string sections are Argentinian Rubén Dubrovsky, founder of the Vienna Bach Consort and Martin Deuring, an internationally active solo bassist and founding member of the chamber music ensemble "Ensemble Plus."

The articulations of the Cello and Double Bass Ensembles correspond to those of the Vienna Instruments Orchestral Strings I. Playing styles includes fast Interval Performances in legato, marcato and spiccato styles, Performance Trills, "harsh," spiccato and pizzicato Repetition Performances, plus artificial harmonics as well as various ponticello articulations, that is, tones played near the bridge.
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Vienna Symphonic Library Orchestral Strings I... Overview

Orchestral Strings II Upgrade to Full Library from Vienna Symphonic Library provides additional articulations and samples for the Orchestral Strings II virtual instrument Standard Library (required). The instrument features a Cello Ensemble (8 players) and Bass Ensemble (6 players.) The leading voices of the two string sections are Argentinian Rubén Dubrovsky, founder of the Vienna Bach Consort and Martin Deuring, an internationally active solo bassist and founding member of the chamber music ensemble "Ensemble Plus."

The articulations of the Cello and Double Bass Ensembles correspond to those of the Vienna Instruments Orchestral Strings I. Playing styles includes fast Interval Performances in legato, marcato and spiccato styles, Performance Trills, "harsh," spiccato and pizzicato Repetition Performances, plus artificial harmonics as well as various ponticello articulations, that is, tones played near the bridge.

The special qualities of this instrument are a result of the multitude of performances it contains. With larger ensembles, the random effect of articulations like Performance Trills or fast Legatos is especially pronounced, lending those patches remarkable authenticity. The larger the ensemble, the more intense the random effect, that is the natural "inexactitude" among the musicians when changing from one tone to the next. This randomization gets extra attention with the "Repetition Performance Pizzicatos" only available with the large string ensembles recorded in two different tempos.

Both ensembles' tonal ranges are extended with the Cellos' staccatos and sustains now extending up to A5 and the Double Basses up to G4.

The Vienna Instruments user interface is clearly arranged and includes pre-configured patches for immediate playability with no learning curve. The interface uses a powerful proprietary streaming audio engine that can load up to 3,456 articulations (patches) on one MIDI channel. Load times are extremely low and 64 stereo voices per instance can stream from the hard disc. A RAM optimizing utilities clears unused samples out of RAM. Users can easily create their own instruments, using "drag and drop" functionality, and the instrument provides the ability for velocity crossfades and release control to be switched on or off in real time.

Note:
This is a license that unlocks the Extended Library content already included with the purchase of the Standard Library.
Extended library of cello and bass ensembles that along with Orchestral Strings II provide the raw material for recording absolutely authentic orchestral string parts
Adds the full library of articulations

Articulations - Full Library

Performances

  • Interval Performances - legato, portamento, staccato, tremolo
  • Fast Interval Performances - legato, marcato, spiccato
  • Performance Trills
  • Interval Performances muted (con sordino) - normal, portamento
  • Violins - Interval Performance Glissandos on the same string
  • Repetition Performances - legato, bow vibrato, portato, staccato, spiccato, harsh, upbeats, pizzicato
  • Repetition Performances muted - legato, portato, staccato
  • Runs - legato, spiccato, major, minor, chromatic, whole tone

Single Notes

  • Short Notes - short staccato, staccato, short détaché, long détaché, 4 variations each
  • Long Notes - sustains with and without vibrato, espressivo, flautando
  • Dynamics - various crescendos and diminuendos, with and without vibrato, fp, sfz, sffz, pfp
  • Tremolos - sustains, crescendo and diminuendo
  • Trills - half tone, whole tone, minor, major 3rd, accelerando
  • Pizzicatos - loose and tight, Bartók pizzicatos
  • Col legno
  • Con sordino - staccato, détaché, sustained, crescendos and diminuendos, fortepiano, sforzato, tremolo, pizzicato, trills
  • Sul ponticello - staccato, sustains, crescendos and diminuendos, sfz, tremolo
  • Artificial Harmonics - staccato, sustains

Vienna Symphonic Library Orchestral Strings I... Specs

General
Sound TypeOrchestral, Stringed Instruments
Supported Plug-In FormatsAAX, AU, RTAS, VST
Standalone OperationNo
Visual Impairment SupportNo
System Requirements
Supported Operating SystemsWindows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
macOS 10.8 or Later
Memory RequirementWindows, Mac:
2 GB (4 GB Recommended)
CPU RequirementMac:
Intel Core 2 Duo and Faster  
Windows:
Intel Core 2 Duo and Faster  
AMD Athlon 64 X2 and Faster  
Supported USB Authentication DevicesViennaKey
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