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Best playable WW Virtual Instruments

Discussion in 'Tips, Tricks & Talk' started by Kit Karlson, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. Hey All,

    New to redbanned. I recently discovered Mike Verta and have been blown away by the videos. They are truly changing my perspective on music. My question is, what are the best playable WW libraries? It seems like Berlin is a go to, but are there any libraries for WW that is similar to an adventure brass? Super playable? Thanks, in advance, for any advice!
  2. Hi there!

    Berlin is nice, yes you mentioned it already. I like the Strezov Sampling Woodwinds also, specially the flutes are nice and airy and also very playable. However for maxium expression and playablity I heard the swam Woodwinds are great but I am not that convinced about their sound so much. However with my last and current production tracks I stick mostly to berlin Winds tbh as they are for most of the stuff good as they are. And they are dry enough, yet have a bit of room sound in them so that they make not much work to put them into a mix.
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  3. Great. Thanks for the advice!
  4. for raw expressiveness and solo lines, SWAM will reign supreme... however berlin is extremely versatile, and sounds good out of the box.
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  5. I am a Chris Hein fan myself. It is cheaper than the alternatives, it is complete, and if the sound is not as beautiful as Berlin or Spitfire, it can do more in this playability sense. To complement that, you guys should check out something called xsample.
  6. I honestly think people underestimate how useful sustain patches can be... for many woodwinds libraries, even brass - using a sustain patch to write, then just send the notes to the selected channels works great.

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