Berlin-based software developer Orchestral Tools has announced the Metropolis Ark and Berlin Orchestra Inspire bundles for its proprietary SINE platform. The bundles give composers and producers the option to buy the updated collections together and save.
Metropolis Ark 1 and Metropolis Ark 2 are included in the bundle and are two different yet complementary takes on dramatic cinematic sounds. Ark 1 is geared towards the creation of bold, awe-inspiring moments in music. Meanwhile, Ark 2 gets deep, wide and low, with intense and sinister sounds in the lower dynamic range being its forte.
Berlin Orchestra Inspire 1 and 2 are more suited to free-flowing orchestral work and is ideal for laptop producers on the move. Inspire 1 packs in a full range of strings, brass, woodwinds and percussion, as well as harp, grand piano and more powerful instruments, all delivered in a concise, streamlined package. Berlin Orchestra Inspire 2 builds on its predecessor with a focus on atmosphere and emotion, with more melodic and harmonic content. Use this for underscoring and capturing ideas quickly.
SINE is a free player, instrument store and downloader rolled into one. It’s designed specifically for composition and scoring, and lets users download only the parts of a library they need at that time, if they so desire. CPU load can be reduced with features like mic-merging, allowing you to work as efficiently as possible with large sample libraries.
The special introductory offer for both SINE bundles and the re-released collections runs from 11 August until 25 August.
For more information head to orchestraltools.com
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