At Musikmesse, which will take place in Frankfurt, Germany from March 28–31, Audio Impressions will demonstrate Realtime Instruments, its new line of 10 sample libraries conceived by veteran film and TV composer Chris Stone. The libraries offer more than 600 instruments, and are said to be the first commercially available libraries to license Stone’s patent-pending DVZ real-time process.
The 10 libraries in the Realtime Instruments collection are Orchestral, Band, World, Keyboards, Guitars, Drum Kits, Music Effects, Harps, Baroque & Antique Instruments, and Pipe Organs (Les Grandes Orgues).
All Realtime Instruments samples were recorded directly—without equalization, compression or other processing—using vintage Neumann and Telefunken tube condenser mics , as well as ribbon mics and silver-plated mic cables, completely bypassing studio patchbays. Engineers optimized the sound through mic selection and placement.
For more information, visit www.audioimpressions.com, www.composerchrisstone.com and http://musik.messefrankfurt.com/global/en/home.html.