The combined efforts of nearly 100 recording engineers, sound designers, programmers and professional musicians, Sonic Network Inc., creators of Sonic Implants sound libraries previewed its complete Symphonic Collection at this year’s Winter NAMM show.
Joining the previously released Sonic Implants Symphonic String and Symphonic Brass Collections are the Symphonic Woodwinds and Symphonic Percussion collections. Offering an array of solo and ensemble instruments, the Symphonic Woodwind Collection features exceptional recordings of solo and ensemble flutes, bassoons, clarinets, piccolos and English horn. Offering an additional array of drums, cymbals, mallets and hand percussion (including bowed cymbals, earth plates and sizzle strips), Sonic Implants’ Symphonic Percussion Collection features superb recordings from the acoustics at Sonic Temple in Roslindale, Mass., captured by Sonic Implant’s engineering and production team.
“We’re very proud and fortunate to have had so many talented people who were willing to work so hard together to realize this one common goal,” says Jennifer Hruska, president of Sonic Network. “All I can say is that the results are truly spectacular.”
With performances by musicians from the Boston Pops and Ballet orchestras, the Sonic Implants Symphonic Collection also offers users an orchestral solution with flexible, intuitive programming, and an authentic virtual soundstage that allows for the correct respective placement of instruments and sections without the need for additional processing or panning.
The complete Sonic Implants Symphonic Collection will be released March 1, 2005.
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