Three years after its initial release, Orchestral Tool’s Inspire 1 has been relaunched for the brand’s SINE Player. This update allows users to purchase individual instruments and offers improvements to workflow.
Inspire 1 is a virtual instrument extracted from Orchestral Tool’s Berlin Series, making use of the same raw sample material. Inspire 1 is “designed to provide maximum sound quality with a minimum performance footprint”, the brand says. With the comprehensive sample library and intuitive workflow, it could be a go-to choice for producers creating orchestral pieces on a limited mobile setup.
Orchestral Tools’ free SINE platform functions as a player, an instrument store and a downloader in one package. Users can purchase individual instruments and parts they require from within SINE, as opposed to purchasing an entire library for just a couple of sounds. The platform is designed with composition and scoring at the forefront, offering management of multiple instruments and articulations easily. CPU load can be reduced with features like mic-merging, maximising efficiency when working with a large project.
Berlin Orchestra Inspire 1 is the second of Orchestral Tools’ existing collections to be converted for the SINE Player, with other libraries will follow in the near future. For the foreseeable future, Orchestral Tools will continue to offer the Kontakt versions of the updated libraries.
In celebration of the rerelease, Orchestral Tools has slashed the price of Inspire 1 to €299 – previously its price tag was €399. Single instruments are available from €14. This offer is available until 9 July 2020. Those who already own the collection can upgrade for free.
Berlin Orchestra Inspire 1 is available in SINE or at orchestraltools.com