SONiVOX Complete Symphonic Collection
Product Description for the SONiVOX Complete Symphonic Collection
The SONiVOX Complete Symphonic Collection is comprised of four volumes, Strings, Woodwinds, Brass, and Percussion. Recorded exclusively within the exquisite Victorian confines of the renowned Sonic Temple in Roslindale, MA, the SONiVOX Symphonic Collection offers exceptional recordings of orchestral instruments performed by musicians from the Boston Pops and Ballet orchestras, captured in sparkling detail by a team of award-winning recording engineers and honed to perfection by a design crew with more than thirty years cumulative experience in soundware development. Offering a singular acoustic aesthetic that is spacious yet revealingly intimate in its ability to impart clarity, depth, and definition to the broad spectrum of orchestral instruments, the SONiVOX Symphonic Collection also offers users an orchestral solution with prodigious flexibility, intuitive programming, and an authentic virtual soundstage that allows for the correct respective placement of instruments and sections without the need for additional processing or panning.
Of course, talk of technical specifics shouldn't serve to obscure what are, ultimately, the defining characteristics of any sample collection; fidelity and feel. Creating music is such an elusive pursuit, that musicians can't afford to waste time and energy with sounds that don't deliver the goods. From the beginning, SONiVOX' goal has been to create a collection of symphonic instruments whose expressiveness and playability would do more than just serve the composer's creative muse, but inspire it. With the completion of the SONiVOX Symphonic Series, SONiVOX is proud to offer an orchestral solution that accomplishes all these goals and much more.
- Four volumes: Strings, Woodwinds, Brass, and Percussion.
- Orchestral instruments performed by musicians from the Boston Pops and Ballet orchestras
- Flexibility, intuitive programming, and an authentic virtual soundstage.
- Recorded by Emmy award engineer Antonio Oliart and RIAA award engineer John Bono.
- Morphing filter for adding expressiveness before and after sustaining note-on events.
- Connecting samples create instruments with legato transitions.
- Morphing filter for shaping formants dynamically as the pitch changes.