Checking Symphonic AI by Sample Logic!

Symphonic AI is the newest epic release from Sample Logic, featuring all new orchestral samples in an exciting partnership with Red Room Audio

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Here at APD we’ve featured many products from both of these companies. Some of you may know Sample Logic for their cutting edge sound design and synthesis engines, which take raw, organic recordings and morph and twist them in new, exciting ways. On the other hand, Red Room Audio has given us the amazing Palette Symphonic series, which gave us beautifully sampled orchestral recordings, whether it’s full ensembles, separate sections for srings, brass, woods, or the natural runs and eerie FX collection, the Palette series was a HUGE hit when we featured it as a deal last year.

This new collection is the result of a truly blockbuster collaboration, and combines the best of both worlds. Imagine having a library that gives you realistic and powerful orchestral samples, with the added option to run them through some of the most advanced sequencers, effects, and sound design engines on the planet: that’s Symphonic AI. 

Featuring a staggering amount of possibilities and combinations, Symphonic AI aims to bring something new and powerful to the arsenal of any music maker: from cinematic composers to beatmakers and EDM producers, this library aims to help you create amazing music faster than ever.

Full orchestral ensembles, percussion, strings, brass, woodwinds, choirs: each of these sections, on their own, have all the realism and nuance of the Palette Symphonic libraries. Run them through the Sample Logic engine, and you now have instant inspiration: evolving string pads, massive ostinatos, low brass swells, soaring string arpeggios, the possibilities are endless.

Velocity sensitive, totally tweakable, and endlessly inspiring. Words don’t really do it justice, so just check out the demos and videos: it’s an orchestral synthesizer that morphs, twists, and brings new life to your music. 

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