Steinberg Intros HALion String Edition, Volume 1HALion String Edition Vol. 1 is Steinberg's first complete string orchestra for computer-based music production in the form of a comprehensive string 12/04/2002 7:00 AM Eastern
HALion String Edition Vol. 1 is Steinberg's first complete string orchestra for computer-based music production in the form of a comprehensive string library, as well as a versatile virtual instrument for VST and Direct X systems such as Cubase SX, Cubase SL and Nuendo for the Mac or PC. The eight double basses, 10 cellos, 12 violas and 16 violins provided offer a solid foundation to create the next Hollywood soundtrack or a classic rock symphony.
HALion String Edition Vol. 1 is a complete string orchestra with a 5GB sound library that comes with an integrated player. Well-known musician and composer Claudius Bruese, who made an important contribution to the development of the legendary VST piano, The Grand, co-produced the HALion String Edition.
Features include: complete orchestral strings; playing styles such as legato, tremolo, pizzicato or spiccato; suitable for all forms of music, from classical to popular; warm and defined tones, as well as perfectly balanced bow sounds; expressiveness, full dynamic range and up-and-down bowing; and natural room ambience and authentic note decay.
HALion String Edition Vol.1 is now available for $299 MSRP. Further information on HALion String Edition Vol. 1 can be found at www.steinberg.net.
System requirements for PC: Windows PC, minimum Pentium II 400MHz processor or comparable AMD processor; minimum 256 MB of free RAM (512 MB recommended;, free hard disk space of 5 GB; Windows 98/ME/2000/XP; Cubase VST 5.1 or higher, Cubase SX/SL, Nuendo or other VST 2.0 or DXi-compatible host application; and PC configuration according to the host application.
System requirements for Mac: minimum 500MHz/100MHz bus; minimum 256 MB of free RAM (512 MB recommended); 5 GB free hard disk space; Mac OS 9.x or OS X Version 10.2; and Cubase VST 5.1 or higher, Cubase SX/SL, Nuendo or other VST 2.0 or DXi-compatible host application.