ORCHESTOOLS | SECTIONS
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THE FREE PUBLIC ORCHESTRA PROJECT

is a series of four virtual instruments built using HISE opensource framework and public domain VSCO 2 CE sample library released by Versilian Studios. All instruments use same engine which features 4 independent layers with gain, pitch and filter envelopes, two LFO's, editable independent keyranges and MIDI channels, per layer EQ and global compression and convolution reverb. Each includes a library with hundreds of presets and MIDI learn for almost all UI elements of the instrument. Free and Opensource. For public and for music!

ORCHESTOOLS | STRINGS

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The first of four...

All about strings. Four layers packed with controls, modulation and filters that can load any of the 78  samplemaps built on Versilian Studios VSCO 2 CE sample library. Violins, violas, cellos and basses and articulations like legato, pizzicato, spiccato. Two LFO's - one synced one free with standard, custom and pattern modes with editors. Convolution reverb and compression.  A library with over 150 presets to help you get starting with your orchestral works and projects. 

Amplitude Envelope & Sample Start
Layer Samplemap & Main Controlls
LFO, Setup & EQ Panels
Pitch Envelope & Keyrange
Library Panel

ORCHESTOOLS | STRINGS instrument (GPLv3) is built using HISE open source framework (GPLv3) part of ORCHESTOOLS | SECTIONS - FREE PUBLIC ORCHESTRA project

VST3 PLUGIN DOWNLOAD

SAMPLES
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(required for proper installation and function of the instrument)

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ORCHESTOOLS | BRASS

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Brass power...

Trumpets, Trombones, Horns and Tuba dynamics and articulations. Use instruments 4 layers to combine and model sounds for your project. Each layer has tools, modulators, filters and EQ to shape the sound to your specific needs and situations. Map MIDI CC's to any of the instruments controls and set their range on Midi control panel. Store your sounds on the library which already contains over 150 presets to help you get starting with your orchestral works and projects. 

ORCHESTOOLS | BRASS instrument (GPLv3) is built using HISE open source framework (GPLv3) part of ORCHESTOOLS | SECTIONS - FREE PUBLIC ORCHESTRA project

VST3 PLUGIN DOWNLOAD

SAMPLES
DOWNLOAD

(required for proper installation and function of the instrument)

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ORCHESTOOLS | WINDS
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Sounds of wood...

Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and Basoon samples from the excellent VSCO 2 CE sample library mapped and available for you to layer, combine, edit and model using the tools of the ORCHESTOOLS | SECTIONS engine. Map MIDI controlers to any of the UI sliders and buttons. Use compression and convolution reverb to tailor the sound for your project. Load any of the presets from library or use them as template for your original sounds. Set keyrange for any of the 4 layers and assign them to individual MIDI channels.

ORCHESTOOLS | WINDS instrument (GPLv3) is built using HISE open source framework (GPLv3) part of ORCHESTOOLS | SECTIONS - FREE PUBLIC ORCHESTRA project

VST3 PLUGIN DOWNLOAD

SAMPLES
DOWNLOAD
(required for proper installation and function of the instrument)

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ORCHESTOOLS | PERC
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Drums and percussions...

Over 70 samplemaps built from VSCO 2 CE and VSCL libraries released by Versilian Studios that cover orchestral, ethnic and contemporary percussive instruments. Combine, edit and create powerful layers of drum sounds and effects for your project utilising identical ORCHESTOOLS | SECTIONS engine. Start from any of the many presets on factory library and create and save your own sounds and textures.
 

ORCHESTOOLS | PERC instrument (GPLv3) is built using HISE open source framework (GPLv3) part of ORCHESTOOLS | SECTIONS - FREE PUBLIC ORCHESTRA project

VST3 PLUGIN DOWNLOAD

SAMPLES
DOWNLOAD
(required for proper installation and function of the instrument)

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GITHUB

SOURCE