Solo Cello Spurs

Solo Cello Spurs

Story

Welcome to Solo Cello Spurs! Truth be told, during the last weeks of 2020, I’ve been recording a brand new sample library in with many modules and layers, due to be released soon! This library is the first in the series. The premise is simple, and plays homage to one of my most popular concept – short looped sections of indeterminate lengths that weave together into soft string spurs – evolutions that grow out of single notes!

Recorded in a whole-tone scale, SCS features three dynamic layers and two round robins per note. The first dynamic was recorded with a mute, L2 and L3 were recorded without a mute. This is compatible with Kontakt 5 and above but the WAVs can be imported into any sampler.

To set up a sampler of your own, set the sample start time to 23,000 samples, then set a loop between 23,000 and 369,000 samples with a gentle fade and adjust your attack and release until you have a sound that you’re happy with. For this version, I’ve set my attack to 150ms and release to about 700ms.

This instrument sounds best when used with delays and reverbs. The FX knob controls a convolution reverb built into the instrument, so adjust it where necessary to get the right sound for your productions!

Find out more about this library in the following video:


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Instant Love !!

5.0 rating
April 18, 2021

Just the kind of sound you load, start to play…. and leave the keys 20 minutes later… Just say WOW.

minimatic

Evocative strings

5.0 rating
March 3, 2021

I love the motion in this instrument. It is very professional sounding and very interesting.

John Sepulveda

Ridiculously good

5.0 rating
January 3, 2021

Highly professional sounding instrument, recorded beautifully and really inspiring to work with.
It also works well under normal strings to add texture and movement

Jim Sanger

very emotional and impressive

5.0 rating
December 24, 2020

I like this instrument so much, very interesting concept and result.
Thank you so much and greetings from Italy ! 🙂

Marco Baiotto

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Evolutions that grow out of single notes from a solo cello.

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