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Kontakt Symphony series Percussion Posted by Joel Schilling - 26 Aug 02:58AM Hide picture I have purchased the new Percussion Symphony Series software from Native Instruments. I have windows 10 and Kontakt player. The Kontakt player stand alone version recognizes the percussion symphony series, but I can't seem to get it to load into Sibelius. Can anyone recommend the settings so it will work with Sibelius 8.0.I have the woodwind, Brass and strings, but can't seem to get the Percussion to load into Sibelius.Can anyone offer some help? Back to top Allthreads Re: Kontakt Symphony series Percussion Posted by Joel Schilling - 26 Aug 03:12AM Hide picture Back to top Allthreads Re: Kontakt Symphony series Percussion Posted by Joel Schilling - 27 Aug 05:19AM Hide picture Back to top Allthreads


For over a decade, our mission has been to create an ever-growing selection of inspiring instruments, orchestral sections, drums, percussion ensembles, choirs, solo voices, folk and vintage instruments, experimental sonic contraptions, cinematic effects and sound-designed creations.

This library includes samples of percussion and melodic instruments from Mali and Guinea. In general, solos and percussion ensembles, strings, mallets, and flutes are available here. The cherry on the cake is the unique groove generator, which will provide you with the desired rhythm in no time.

This library is part of a separate Native Instruments symphonic series that includes brass, strings, and woodwind. As for percussion, it includes samples of more than 50 instruments that creators recorded in a first-class studio in Budapest. All in all, they have covered all possible percussion that can be used for cinematography.

To be more specific, the library includes timpani, orchestral drums, mallets, symbols, gongs, and many more. On top of that, there are even some specific cinematic percussion instruments like anvils, celesta, and lo piano hits.

Let us show you another great library that will allow you to use different Middle Eastern instruments. In all, there are more than two dozen percussion and melodic instruments that professional musicians in Berlin and Istanbul have recorded.

Action strikes includes 12 full ensembles plus 65 single instruments and 12 carefully-compiled Hit Sets. Even though the main focus is on building percussion from phrases that you trigger with key switches, you can use the individual patches to play the sounds manually.

An orchestral percussion library with a great variation of low and high percussion instruments, as well as a set of mallet instruments. A very natural orchestral percussion sound, with amazing dynamics, recorded in the Hall at Air Lyndhurst.

55 orchestral percussion instruments, recorded at Studio 22, Budapest. It features a wide range of both classic and exotic percussive instruments, diverse articulations and powerful drum head resonance simulation.

If you're rocking a Kontrol S- or A-series keyboard controller or Maschine creation tool, then you'll be blown away by the way Komplete 12 Ultimate Collector's Edition fits into your workflow. Not only can you browse your Komplete 12 library for instruments and effects directly from your hardware, but you can also call up individual presets via the tag/category-based browser and tweak them to perfection without touching a mouse. It's the perfect combination of software flexibility with the hands-on control you'd expect from a traditional hardware keyboard or groove machine.

PERCUSSION is a great balance between the quality of sound and the ambiance, as well as its versatility and playability can satisfy the requirements of any orchestral production. It also has an exceptional drum set suitable for both electronic and pop music. With a variety of both exotic and classical percussive instruments and articulations, as well as a wide variety of and powerful Drum head resonance simulators, PERCUSSION is the definitive collection of orchestral rhythm instruments. A highly detailed spot microphone for high-quality transients is incorporated into the four different room mixes, giving the flexibility and depth needed to adapt to any genre and composition. Compact set of carefully recorded instruments for orchestra percussion, ideal for a basic orchestral score as well as electronic and pop production.

A versatile collection that includes 18 orchestral instruments. it provides a remarkable range, clarity, and quality with articulations that are extensive and extensive sampling. PERCUSSION provides high-quality performance features and an array of indispensable and exotic instruments for percussion.

An extensive assortment of 18 orchestral percussion instruments was made by Studio 22, Budapest. PERCUSSION provides exceptional range quality, clarity, and personality, thanks to its extensive articulations deep sampling, as well as sophisticated performance capabilities. PERCUSSION is a perfect fit for orchestral pop, electronic, and orchestral producers and composers. A complete collection of 55 orchestral percussion instruments, recorded in Studio 22, Budapest.

As the first one able to catch the incredible dynamic and lively character of synthetic instruments, the Elysion series redefines sampling. We recorded, sampled and produced our synthetic future-sounds, treating them like acoustic instruments. This results in an unimaginable dynamic and unprecedented sound. Integrated into our pathbreaking ensemble engine, Elysion 2 forms the massive synthetic twin for The Orchestra.

Complete Orchestral Percussion Library - CinePerc, recorded at the legendary MGM Scoring Scoring Stage at Sony Pictures Studios in Los Angeles, is a powerhouse complete orchestral percussion library. This cinematic percussion library spans orchestral, auxiliary, ethnic, woods, and metal instruments and provides a one-stop solution for your entire percussion needs. An easy-to-use, top cinematic percussion VST for orchestral and trailer music production.

The brand new "CinePerc Orchestral Percussion Ensemble" patch is comprised largely of instruments from the '01 ORCHESTRAL' folder, giving the user a complete orchestral percussion pallet underneath their fingers. Intuitively mapped, this patch makes creating orchestral percussion mockups quick and easy. Detailed mapping info can be found in the User Manual (downloadable below).

The Klang series of instruments from Cinematique Instruments offers some of the most unique and creative sounds you can add to your Kontakt library. This is a collection of free Kontakt instruments that is updated monthly with a new instrument.

ProjectSAM returns to the world of big band and jazz with Big Band Essentials 2. Focusing on characterful solo instruments and a powerful new rhythm section, this new Pack captures the distinctive characteristics of a wide range of string, wind and percussion instruments.

Apocalypse Percussion Elements is a massive library of over 4,000 high-quality samples ranging from entire drum ensembles to individual drums, cymbals and percussion instruments such as bongos, cajons, gongs and more.

Tronix combines the cinematic depth of animated atmospheres, morphed instruments and electrified percussion with cutting leads, growling basses, and tempo-synced audio loops that forward-thinking producers will appreciate.

Captures the true essence of symphonic percussion instruments in pristine quality. Features vibraphone, marimba, xylophone, crotales, glockenspiel, tubular bells, cymbals and timpani with a variety of articulations.

Soniccouture and Ableton present a unique take on a most unusual mallet percussion instrument. Named after the Greek god of dreams, the Freenotes Morpheus is a modular metallic instrument consisting of a series of metal bars, each attached to its own resonator

Latin Percussion is a collection of acoustic percussion instruments such as congas, bongos, timbales, claves, shakers, tambourines and bells from the worlds of Brazilian, Afro-Cuban and African music.

Inside them are instruments like strings, horns, percussion, piano sounds, and more. These free orchestral sounds are not to be slept on for those who want to compose with orchestral instruments freely.

Feldman's frequent use of slow, subtly changing textures began to predominate in John Luther Adams' music, particularly when the composer moved to Alaska at the age of 22 -- in 1975 -- to become a timpanist and principal percussionist in the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra and later the Arctic Chamber Orchestra. He became deeply interested in the natural environment of Alaska (serving as executive director of the Northern Alaska Environmental Center) and in the native peoples of the region. All these influences have found their ways into his music. 076b4e4f54

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