Paris, March 26th, 2015 – UVI announces Orchestral Suite, a collection of over 60 symphonic instruments, now available for $199. Billed as 'The Essential Symphonic Orchestra Collection', Orchestral Suite aims to be the best-in-class for low-cost, high-performance orchestral libraries, offering composers and producers of any background a full range of instruments with sophisticated controls, outstanding performance, and stunningly natural sound quality.
Orchestral Suite delivers a full lineup of instruments including strings, brass, woodwinds, pitched and atonal percussion, a full choir, and many complimentary instruments such as a cathedral organ, harpsichord, celesta, classical guitar and harp. A variety of options are available to allow for easy and expressive performance including multiple play styles (accessible via menu and keyswitch), and customized interfaces that provide relevant controls for each instrument section.
All instruments come with a state-of-the-art convolution reverb loaded with a number of premium IRs, allowing users to place their instruments in some of Europe's most famous concert halls, churches and cathedrals to a naturally brilliant effect. Reverb can be instanced per-instrument or, for larger orchestrations, bussed as a send-effect in UVI Workstation.
UVI Orchestral Suite contains over 60 sampled symphonic instruments.
Utilizing advances to the UVI EngineTM, Orchestral Suite's 15,000 sample footprint has been reduced to an astounding 5GB (lossless compression). Decoded and streamed in realtime with negligible CPU cost, Orchestral Suite is one of the lightest and fastest loading portable orchestras ever.
Orchestral Suite offers native 64-bit standalone operation through UVI Workstation, comprehensive DAW support (including 64-bit AAX) and support for simultaneous authorization on up to 3 computers or iLok keys.
Pricing and Availability:
Orchestral Suite is available immediately for $199 from authorized dealers and the UVI online shop.
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