Edirol Orchestral Vst Plugin Download

10/11/2021by admin
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I terms of functionality, orchestra plugins and orchestral libraries are pretty similar, and they share many of the same features and functions, and perform the same tasks. However, orchestra plug-ins typically have fixed architectures, with articulations and sound-shaping features pre-defined by the developer. Edirol Orchestral features: Premium acoustic sounds, focusing on Strings, Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion and Keyboards. Realistic articulations such as vibrato, tremolo, pizzicato, and spiccato. Up to 16-part and 128-voice polyphony. Up to 24-bit/96kHz sampling resolution. Multiple output (compatible with DXi 2.0 and VST 2.0).

Are you looking for some great Orchestral Sample Libraries and VST Plugins, that are free but still sound amazing?

In the recent years there has been an explosion of free orchestral libraries of all kinds of instruments, let’s have a look at some of the best ones you get get: Free Orchestral VST Libraries (Video).

1 – LABS by Spitfire Audio

This is a complete range of many instruments that Spitfire Audio shares with you, completely for free. And they continue to add more instruments that you can use for your music compositions without having to break the bank. Here are some of my favorites:

  • Soft Piano
  • Frozen Strings
  • Strings
  • Choir
  • Dulcimer

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2 – The Free Orchestra by Project Sam

My first high end orchestral sample library was actually Symphobia 1, back in…2008 I think. I fell in love with the warm, close sound, and great variation in the sample library.

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Now Project Sam has a series of free orchestral instruments based mainly on the sounds from Symphobia. And even if I already have that product, it can be great to have a dedicated instrument with low footprint on CPU and RAM, while still sounding great. Here are some of my favorites:

  • Tutti Hits
  • Sordino Violins
  • Heroic Horns
  • Power Strike
  • Short Strings

3 – Layers by Orchestral Tools

Orchestral Tools have some of the most high end orchestral sample libraries on the market. So getting access to a free product from them, which still has the same professional quality recordings captured at Teldex Scoring Stage in Berlin, and made available in their SINE player is truly a gift! You get chords, sustains and staccatos of:

  • Full Orchestra
  • Strings
  • Brass
  • Woodwinds

My Final Thoughts

Now of course there are plenty more free sample libraries of orchestral instruments out there. But I recommend you to choose the best of the best, if you are going to use free tools. It’s a great way to start out, and even complement your existing tool box of orchestral sounds. Have fun, and keep composing music! =)

PS. Free Downloads for You

This one was the very first orchestral instrument plugin I ever figured out how to use as a music student. It is an old orchestral synthesizer with surprisingly usable sounds. It used to cost money but was later made completely free to use. It’s been discontinued for years now, and the only way to get your hands on it these days is from third parties. So here it is as a free download! This one is a must for any beginner orchestrator or composer. It served me well for many years *sheds a single manly tear*

Edirol Orchestral features:

Edirol Orchestral Vst Free Download Mac

  • Premium acoustic sounds, focusing on Strings, Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion and Keyboards.
  • Realistic articulations such as vibrato, tremolo, pizzicato, and spiccato.
  • Up to 16-part and 128-voice polyphony.
  • Up to 24-bit/96kHz sampling resolution.
  • Multiple output (compatible with DXi 2.0 and VST 2.0).
  • Fully assignable MIDI control.

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Unfortunately it’s only available as a 32-bit plugin. You will need to bridge it using Jbridger if you’re on a 64-bit machine (and you should be, let’s be honest). You can learn more about that from the dev at https://jstuff.wordpress.com/jbridge/

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