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Berlin Strings - First Chairs

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After Berlin Strings brought the symphonic strings to the Teldex sound, the Berlin Strings - First Chairs  continues the journey with a solo string quintet, recorded at their section positions as First Chairs.

Get the principal players of Berlin Strings and enter the world of a first rate string quintet for finest, most intimate compositions.
Recorded in their orchestral seating positions at the Teldex Scoring Stage, the Berlin Strings - First Chairs are an ensemble in their own right but will also add life and definition when layering them on top of large string arrangements.
The detailed legato with velocity-triggered portamento and several sustain variations modeled after the Berlin Strings Main collection makes this collection a fantastic tool for adding life to string arrangements.

Instrumentation and Recording

Box_BST_FCBerlin Strings - First Chairs features a solo string quintet, which is divided into patches containing a single articulation as well as multi articulation patches. You will find all of these patches inside the Instruments folder. The collection contains the following instruments, as they appear in your instruments folder:

01. Violin I
02. Violin II
03. Viola
04. Cello
05. Bass

This structure is identical for Single Articulation, Multi Articulation and Time Machine-enabled patches.

You have free choice between five microphone positions, Close I, Close II, Tree and Surround, as well as an A/B setup.

These microphone positions are switchable in the GUI and can be controlled via MIDI CC. Additionally, all core articulations have been recorded with multiple velocity layers for realistic dynamics.
All samples have their natural panning.

 

Resources

Folder Structure - see the folder structure to verify your installation

File Listing - see all needed files to make sure your download is complete

 

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