https://miguelpereira.bandcamp.com/releasesdone with some of big cat instruments...
Thanks cool stuff!
Do you have redrums?
You mean Reason's Drum Machine? No I don't. I use Studio One.
can you make a tutorial of don 2 theme song on piano please?
I'm sorry you kind of lost me there.
Do you have any recommendations for sound fonts that can be used in a Web application?
The general problem with soundfonts are that they may or may not contain illegal samples and the buyable ones probably wouldn't let you use them in your own app. If you want something in SFZ that is free to use try VSCO2 Community Orchestra. http://vis.versilstudios.net/vsco-community.htmlThese samples / instruments are CC0 / PD and you can use them for anything.
Hi! I love your sonatina vsts! Here's a brief clip of what I'm working on. ALL your vsts! More to come! https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B50_86OvkKvZYXVfVGtmd3AxcHM/view?usp=drivesdk
Sounding great. Thanks for sharing.
thank you for this link
hello bigcat, I want to ask you; I need strings vst for 60s-70s orchestra sound, not synth string, not disco type, i will use it for emotional -haunting slow music.Which one do you recommend ? Thanks.
I've asked over at Scoring Central since they know more about such things than I do. Realistic strings are pretty tough in the free world. Karoryfer has a nice sfz Cello that I think can stand up on solos. The LDK1609 Violin is also pretty good. VSCO2 is small and fairly dry, while the Sonatina is larger and wetter. With some reverb work all these might work OK together. http://virtualplaying.com/ has mixed a lot of free stuff together with some solid consistency.Do you have Kontakt as that might expand your options?
Mattias Westlund said this..."Like a 60s/70s movie score type of sound? I don't know if there are any dedicated libraries for that kind of thing, but I think anything dry(ish) with smaller sections and lots of expressiveness (deeep vibrato) should work fine once you feed it through some heavy analog coloration to mimic the recording equipment of the era."
This is what Sam (VSCO2) Gossner said..."All you really need to make something sound like 50's/60's film is make it either mono or super wide (they were sort of just getting into stereo and would really exaggerate it at first), then EQ it to taste to match a reference source. I used the soundtrack to 'How the West Was Won' as my inspiration when making the VSCO 2 patches and just sort of repeatedly tweaked the sample patch's EQ and stereo image settings until the sound when playing the patch was really similar to what I heard in the soundtrack. "
Thank you, I have kontakt I'm dowloading Karoryfer and LDK1609I mean Caravelli or Franck Pourcel sound. Maybe Paul Mauriat.
I'm sorry I'm just not really good enough to know. Often a lot is in reverb, EQ and the like. The Kontakt factory library has some pretty good stuff, dig into the legacy stuff too and see what you find.
The beautiful sounding Sonatina Instrument Violin, viola and cello work find with Propellerheads Reason 9.5 which now has a VST wrapper. Not all Mac VSTs seem to work, so I am happy with Sonatina. either I can go with Kontakt or look forward to the SFZ versions of Bigcat Instruments, because SFZ can be used with Reason's NN XT Advanced Sampler (that old thing!). Thank you for all your hard work. The Sonatina Violin sounds better than the London Strings Refill which cost me 100 Euros.
I've glad the vsts are working for you. Some folks have had trouble getting them to work right in Reason.I'm not an SFZ guy, I respect those who are. It is basically a text based thing, I'm not much of a coder. For a nice sfz orchestra try http://virtualplaying.com/I really like Kontakt, but be sure to get it on sale. There are lots of free things for it and the included library isn't bad for its age. Palette – Primary Colors is very impressive for free. I made a list freedigitalinstruments.wordpress.com/free-kontakt-instruments/