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    Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    most often:
    strings (solo and sections)
    flute
    oboe
    marimba
    glockenspiel
    vibrafone
    piano
    harp
    french horn
    trombones
    and maybe churnch organ and harpsicord. and if possible also choirs, classical guitars,clarinet,bassoon,xylofone maybe not others almost newer.
    and like warm sound and delicate sound. i thinking combation mirsolav philharmonik + garritan personal orchestra. and kontakt3 for universal use.

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    Re: Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    I'd recommend VSL Special Edition...

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    Re: Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    I think you'd have a lot of success with the GPO / Miroslav combination. If this is your first sample library purchase, I'd definitely recommend GPO because it is so easy to use. I don't know much about Miroslav, but I've read a lot of positive impressions of the quality. If you got both, I think you'd have plenty of sounds.

    GPO and Kontakt3 don't gel quite as elegantly as they should. GPO's included Kontakt2 player will suit just fine.

    One other thing to consider is that Miroslav is recorded in a hall in position. GPO is recorded dry, and panned to position.

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    Re: Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    I have Kirk Hunters Diamond library for a while. And it is just simply fantastic. The strings are simply superb, as with the rest of the library. Hope this helps. Best, Joseph

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    Re: Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    GPO and VSL Special Edition would fit the instruments you want to record. You will not need to purchase Kontakt 3 if you get these 2 libraries as they use their own player. Both were recorded pretty dry so they mix well together.

    Jim

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    Re: Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    If you want warm and delicate strings, Sonic Implants Strings would be a nice fit.

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    Re: Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    Another vote for Kirk's libraries here. Very playable and good sounding.
    Composer, Logic Certified Trainer, Level 2,
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    Re: Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    An other vote for Kirk Hunter.
    Emerald changed everything for me.
    Great library .... plenty of articulations ... strong sound and very playable.

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    Re: Best orchestral library with budjet when i need...

    I have Marsolav, great for the money. It doesnt have all the options of VSL but if your on a budget its great

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