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KONTAKT - 2,03 GB
CineWinds Monster Low Winds is a super beefy low woodwind ensemble of bassoons, contrabassoons, bass clarinets and contrabass clarinets recorded at the Sony MGM scoring stage in Los Angeles California. We’re making woodwinds cool again.

As with every CineSymphony product, Monster Low Winds features the standard Decca Tree - Wide - Surround microphone arrays typical of feature film scoring. In addition, we set up a few close micrphone pairs. Tim's Mix provides the best combination of all microphone arrays. The CLOSE mix provides the best combination of the close pairs. It's difficult to achieve a traditionally close sound with 10 players spread across the center of the MGM scoring stage. It's a close perspective, but you still hear a bit of the room. The ROOM mix has lots of beef and is made of the Decca Tree - Wide combination. The SURROUND mix is the surround pair.

The MIXER tab allows for 7 mix presets and an 8th that is user-programmable. Additionally, there is a basic EQ and reverb available.

THE PATCHES
ARTICULATIONS PATCHES
Our basic Articulation Patches by default include Legato, Sustains, Staccato, and Secco.

TRUE LEGATO PATCHES
What is True Legato? True Legato means that we sampled all of the intervalic leaps throughout the ranges, both upwards and downwards, for the entire ensemble. When you play a True Legato patch, it instantly analyses the intervals you play, then plays the appropriate transitional leap between the notes. The result is a smooth and realistic legato performance.

Other effects include:
- Rumble
- Squeaks
- Clusters
- Swells
- Rips


Monster Low Winds is scripted for Native Instruments' Native Kontrol Standard (NKS) format.
Works with Kontakt 5.6.8 or higher


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comments

  Member 21.03.2018 40
+11
Nice, Thanx !
Music Against Racism !
  Member 7.07.2016 228
+68
Holy crap I was just looking this up on the Z last night & now here it is!!! Thank you!!!
  Member 24.01.2016 87
+11
Amazing! thank you, Talula...
  Member 21.09.2018 21
+7
Crazy, I wanted to make a request for it yesterday since there was none but didnt know how to
Thank u very much
  Member 5.10.2015 67
+8
Another beautiful gift from Tabula. Thank you so much!
  Resident 30.01.2014 7 1180
+188
Thx very much, Talula!!
  Resident 1.02.2017 350
+104
What's the point of this library? There is no individual instrument patches, just a mixed ensemble patch, you can play unison different instruments, wow, good for crappy, 5 sec tv ads and cartoons.
I just don't get it.

(This is not a critic for Talula who keeps providing the goods, deserving our deepest appreciation.)
  Member 7.07.2016 228
+68
I think the point of this library is to give composers a tool for creating ear candy in a score. The clusters alone are awesome!!
  Resident 1.02.2017 350
+104
I could imagine. But the concept of recording different woodwind instruments in an ensemble without providing the individual patches, even if they are from the same low region and also it's not rare for them to play unison in compositions, is not that far from any loop collection. Because that's too much of a limitation of creativity IMHO. You can create music with it, sure, just like with loops. The concept exists in many orchestral libraries where they create this kind of ensemble patches for the purpose of using it in sketches, with its quick and easy approach but there you often have individual instrument patches included, too.
And again, I suspect from the video where they show the room with chairs and mics but not the musicians. C'mon, why can't they say that took the existing samples from the previous libraries and created the ensemble patch from it?
It's been becoming my (annoying) mantra.

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