November 29, 2012

Da Capo Symphonic Sound Library For Mac, Windows

There is an unusually high demand for DAWs and other types of software that can faithfully replicate the sounds of a classical orchestra and other contemporary instruments.  The producers who seek this type of software usually aren’t looking to create pop music from their computers – instead they are looking to create scores for films and documentaries; and it’s not an easy task.  This is why soundtracks are usually created from actual orchestras and live musicians, as it is difficult to replicate the true sound of an orchestra.  Still, software engineers are getting better at creating these programs, and have taken various approaches to give the producer the best set of tools.

Programs like Native Instruments Batter 3 use state of the art sample engines, but really shine when it comes to the amount of samples you have to produce with.  It would be hard not to find a drum kit to your liking – but it may also take a very long time to sort through these samples.  Da Capo’s Symphonic Sound Library takes a broader approach to this problem, and simplifies specifications that are normally obsessed about for hours on end.  It enables user to harness common symphonic orchestral setups, instead of picking through a vast amount of options and settings.