90% OFF: Diamond Symphonic Orchestra by Kirk Hunter Studios

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For just $49.99 (normally $499.99), get the massive Diamond Symphonic Orchestra – a full orchestra library with 4 section sizes by Kirk Hunter Studios!

Weighing in at a massive 45GB, this library sounds very realistic and doesn’t sound artificially clean – an effect that Kirk Hunter has cultivated very carefully. This is a great sounding orchestra and it has solo string programs to die for!

The “Diamond Symphonic Orchestra” library covers all the standard orchestral instruments, with very large “Concert” string sections (36 tutti vns, 18 1sts, 18 2nds,10 vas, 9 vcs, 6 bss), large “Symphonic” Strings (24 tutti vns, 10 1sts, 10 2nds, 16 vas, 12 vcs, 6 bss), (smaller “Studio” string sections (9-9-6-5-3), and both chamber (4-4-3-2) and solo strings.

Only available for 2 weeks and will no longer be sold anywhere online after this deal ends. This is a limited-time offer you should not miss, hurry and save!

AVAILABLE IN EXS24 AND KONTAKT FORMATS. Requires Kontakt 5.7.1 – or newer. Must be the FULL version of Kontakt, not the free player version.

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90% OFF: Diamond Symphonic Orchestra by Kirk Hunter Studios

For just $49.99 (normally $499.99), get the massive Diamond Symphonic Orchestra – a full orchestra library with 4 section sizes by Kirk Hunter Studios!

Weighing in at a massive 45GB, this library sounds very realistic and doesn’t sound artificially clean – an effect that Kirk Hunter has cultivated very carefully. This is a great sounding orchestra and it has solo string programs to die for!

The “Diamond Symphonic Orchestra” library covers all the standard orchestral instruments, with very large “Concert” string sections (36 tutti vns, 18 1sts, 18 2nds,10 vas, 9 vcs, 6 bss), large “Symphonic” Strings (24 tutti vns, 10 1sts, 10 2nds, 16 vas, 12 vcs, 6 bss), (smaller “Studio” string sections (9-9-6-5-3), and both chamber (4-4-3-2) and solo strings.

Only available for 2 weeks and will no longer be sold anywhere online after this deal ends. This is a limited-time offer you should not miss, hurry and save!

AVAILABLE IN EXS24 AND KONTAKT FORMATS. Requires Kontakt 5.7.1 – or newer. Must be the FULL version of Kontakt, not the free player version.

Out of stock

Value: $499.99
You Save: $450

Earn Rewards in The Shop

For every dollar you spend on this order, we’ll give you back 50% of that in store rewards credit that will be saved in your Rewards Wallet.

After completing your order, $24.99 will be instantly added to your Rewards Wallet which you can use for any product in The Shop.

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Overview

A Full Orchestral Library with 4 Section Sizes at Your Fingertips – 90% OFF!

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Simple to Use with Realistic Performance Features
TVEC2 TVEC3 and TVEC4 Instruments

Diamond Symphonic Orchestra has several features to aid realistic performance, including:

IntervaLive® – this is used for legato notes. Raising or lowering the pitch wheel (TVEC2) triggers manufactured release samples that bend up or down to lead into the target note. Used full-bore, the effect is almost portamento; used more subtly it just adds a realistic transition between two notes. The farther you move the pitch wheel, the louder the transition effect. You can also dial the amount of bend up or down using on-screen controls.

Human Pitch Correction or “HPC” – Notes start a little out and then gradually adjust, simulating what real players do. You can control the amount of this effect.

Keyswitches – These are labelled very clearly and are consistent across all instruments. If you want to tweak the attacks, basic controls are provided. The mod wheel always controls volume, unless it’s set up to control vibrato; beyond that, velocity, and the pitch wheel-controlled transitions.

This library sounds very realistic and doesn’t sound artificially clean – an effect that Kirk Hunter have cultivated very carefully. This is a great sounding orchestra and it has solo string programs to die for!

Flexible Ensembles For The Ultimate Control!
The “Diamond Symphony Orchestra”library covers all the standard orchestral instruments, with very large “Concert” string sections (36 tutti vns, 18 1sts, 18 2nds,10 vas, 9 vcs, 6 bss), large “Symphonic” Strings (24 tutti vns, 10 1sts, 10 2nds, 16 vas, 12 vcs, 6 bss), (smaller “Studio” string sections (9-9-6-5-3), and both chamber (4-4-3-2) and solo strings.

Similarly, the brass is available in Concert ensembles of four trumpets, horns, and trombones; three bass trombones; and two tubas; Symphonic ensembles of 6 Trumpets, 6 French Horns, 5 Trombones, 3 Bass Trombones, 2 Tubas (the bass bones and tubas being the same as in “Concert” brass); and also Studio brass; two each trumpets, horns, and tenor trombones, and tuba; and solo instruments. Both muted and unmuted versions of the strings and brass are included.

The winds – including alto flute and contrabassoon—are available in solos and/or some duets. Finally, there’s orchestral percussion, celesta, harpsichord, and a piano.

You can also load lighter versions of all the instruments, and individual articulations are available. Finally, there are ensemble programs – all the strings on one keyboard, for example. Rather than having you load up all the instruments and use up lots of polyphony for these programs, there are sets of “Bonus” programs made up of combined sections that have been merged into one set of samples.

Normally $499.99

Overview

A Full Orchestral Library with 4 Section Sizes at Your Fingertips – 90% OFF!

Simple to Use with Realistic Performance Features
TVEC2 TVEC3 and TVEC4 Instruments

Diamond Symphonic Orchestra has several features to aid realistic performance, including:

IntervaLive® – this is used for legato notes. Raising or lowering the pitch wheel (TVEC2) triggers manufactured release samples that bend up or down to lead into the target note. Used full-bore, the effect is almost portamento; used more subtly it just adds a realistic transition between two notes. The farther you move the pitch wheel, the louder the transition effect. You can also dial the amount of bend up or down using on-screen controls.

Human Pitch Correction or “HPC” – Notes start a little out and then gradually adjust, simulating what real players do. You can control the amount of this effect.

Keyswitches – These are labelled very clearly and are consistent across all instruments. If you want to tweak the attacks, basic controls are provided. The mod wheel always controls volume, unless it’s set up to control vibrato; beyond that, velocity, and the pitch wheel-controlled transitions.

This library sounds very realistic and doesn’t sound artificially clean – an effect that Kirk Hunter have cultivated very carefully. This is a great sounding orchestra and it has solo string programs to die for!

Flexible Ensembles For The Ultimate Control!
The “Diamond Symphony Orchestra”library covers all the standard orchestral instruments, with very large “Concert” string sections (36 tutti vns, 18 1sts, 18 2nds,10 vas, 9 vcs, 6 bss), large “Symphonic” Strings (24 tutti vns, 10 1sts, 10 2nds, 16 vas, 12 vcs, 6 bss), (smaller “Studio” string sections (9-9-6-5-3), and both chamber (4-4-3-2) and solo strings.

Similarly, the brass is available in Concert ensembles of four trumpets, horns, and trombones; three bass trombones; and two tubas; Symphonic ensembles of 6 Trumpets, 6 French Horns, 5 Trombones, 3 Bass Trombones, 2 Tubas (the bass bones and tubas being the same as in “Concert” brass); and also Studio brass; two each trumpets, horns, and tenor trombones, and tuba; and solo instruments. Both muted and unmuted versions of the strings and brass are included.

The winds – including alto flute and contrabassoon—are available in solos and/or some duets. Finally, there’s orchestral percussion, celesta, harpsichord, and a piano.

You can also load lighter versions of all the instruments, and individual articulations are available. Finally, there are ensemble programs – all the strings on one keyboard, for example. Rather than having you load up all the instruments and use up lots of polyphony for these programs, there are sets of “Bonus” programs made up of combined sections that have been merged into one set of samples.

Normally $499.99

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NO-BRAINER ALERT! AN INSANE VALUE FOR SUCH A COMPLETE SOLUTION

key Features

  • 45GB disk space
  • Includes TVEC2, TVEC3 and TVEC4 Instruments
  • Kontakt 5.7.1 – or newer. Must be the FULL version of Kontakt, not the free player version.
  • Older TVEC2 instruments DO NOT run in Kontakt 6
  • This library does NOT require the “Add Library” or authorization process.
  • Once these libraries are discontinued, their download links will no longer be available so PLEASE make a backup after you download.
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