• Imminent Impact
  • Race to Space
  • The Rise
  • A Sign from Olorun (with Big Bang Orchestra)
  • Shepherd's Ascension
  • Lost Shoes - Classic Mixer Preset: Dry Conductor
  • Endless Mirrors Free - FX Ethereal
  • Quintessential - with Soft Imperial
  • Adieu and Farewell - Flexibility of Violin Runs

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Big Bang Orchestra - Free Basics

Get ready to go big and bold with our big "tutti" orchestra. Articulations include staccatos, sustains, marcatos, swells and runs – just what you need to create earth-shattering accents, awe-inspiring “braaahhms” and nerve-wracking tension cues. Details here

Celestial Strings

This heavenly string ensemble is simply beautiful, and beautifully simple to use. The acclaimed string players of the Synchron Stage Orchestra are creating a soft and ethereal ensemble sound that is so homogenous and well balanced that this may well be one of your favorite string patches ever! Details here

Fujara Flute

This overtone flute from central Slovakia is originally played by shepherds. The mystical instrument brings new soundscapes to your music, from soft meditative tones to energetic outbursts.  Details here

Harp Glissandos

A wide variety of angelic sounding harp glissandos are perfectly organized in the Synchron Player’s patch structure. They are easily accessible in all 12 major and minor scales, played upwards and downwards, as well as in several variations. Details here

Small Percussion

This collection includes percussion instruments that are small enough to be held and played with ease, but they pack a powerful punch in terms of the rhythm and sound. Details here

Soft Imperial

Indulge in the gentle sounds and colors of a magnificent Bösendorfer Imperial. Rather than being dull or muffled, the clear and transparent tones of this beautiful grand piano lend themselves well to a lot of styles. Details here

Violin Runs

There’s a special quality to fast scales performed by an ensemble of string players. To increase liveliness and authenticity in your tracks, it may be better in some cases to use pre-recorded runs than creating a string run out of single notes. That’s why we recorded octave runs performed by an ensemble of 14 violin players in all scales and modes. Details here

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