We are very proud to release the next installment in our brass series; a six player Trombone ensemble, complete with seven mic positions, to continue the venture of creating a series with the same controllable sonic environment/soundscape as you would have in a film scoring session.
There are seven mic positions, carefully set to cover a very broad sound-scape, recorded chords, fast and normal legato with multiple dynamic layers (true sampled sustains and intervals), release samples, staccato (16 variations per note) and more…
Mix between the perspectives; Decca tree sides and mid, flanks, room, woodwind spots (see more about this below!), close ribbons and close LDCs, with the flexibility aimed at replicating a real scoring session. Now you have control over the different mic and perspective levels in the session, enabling you to morph your own sound in your scores, as if you were at the studio with the console at your fingertips.
You might have noticed that one of the perspectives included is "woodwind spots". While this is not a woodwind library, the mics that spot the woodwinds were set up and included in the recording. The reason for this, is that a lot of the brass sound bleeds heavily into the woodwind mics in scoring sessions, adding to the perceived depth of the sound, so whilst pushing to achieve the most versatile, we felt that this absolutely had to be included.
Full list of articulations:
No Legato (allows polyphonic playing)
Legato - normal slurred legato (piano and forte dynamic layers crossfade-able)
Fst Legato - Fast legato specially for fast playing
Staccato - Short detached notes (16 variations per note)
Flutter - Flutter tongued sustains
Rips - Rips up to the played note
Chords - Diminuendo major, minor and open 5th chords