Stradivari Option Reviews, Garritan Stradivari Solo Violin
The Stradivari The Stradivari This historical masterpiece was created in c.
It now stands in the Museo del Violino after it's last owner, violinist and composer Remo Lauricella expressed his will to return the violin to its place of origin in the town of Cremona, Italy. Human Vibrato Human Stradivari Option Reviews The e-instruments innovation of performance captured vibrato takes the recording of a professional violinist's vibrato technique, then reapplies the behavior of the vibrato parameters to the sample, allowing you to automate or control in real-time, resulting in full and realistic control for an expressive and natural sound.
Articulations Articulations The numerous articulations recorded include long, short, expressive, dynamic, and special articulations, all with up to three legato transitions. The adaptive Virtuoso articulation intelligently combines multiple articulations in real-time using the velocity, note, and pitch bend information sent from your MIDI controller performance.
True Solo Violin True Solo Violin Every single note of the Stradivarius violin has been painstakingly sampled at different dynamics and phase-aligned in stereo across multiple microphones. This ensures that all dynamic transitions are free from any phasing artifacts and dynamic changes over long legato transitions, from the softest pianissimo to the most forceful fortissimo, are indistinguishable from that of a real violin.
The Stereo offers a stereo mixdown of all three. This gives the player flexibility and customization over the sound when mixing, or a more CPU and RAM efficient instrument for maximizing workflow when composing.
The lower string will result in a more mellow timbre, whereas forcing a high string will create a brighter, clearer timbre.