I acquired my great-grandmother’s childhood violin a few years ago and have always been enamored with it. For being over 100 years old, it is still structurally sound and plays quite well, the player is the problem. I wanted to do something along the lines of what Spitfire does with evolutions. These longs pass through the Strymon Volante and Big Sky while I am tampering with the wear, mechanics, and time with the delay pedal. The affect is somewhat of a tape flutter. The mod wheel controls the drive of distortion.
Leave a review to let others know what you thought of the instrument!
Cant go wrong with this!
Similar to David's other pad library the original sound source has been distorted and warped into a brilliant textural sound. This one works nicely as a pad too and there's no nasty buildup in volume. The filter controls and MW are a welcome addition too. Some notes give you a colourful overtone which can really add something to the way this thing plays. Cool stuff!
The instrument greets you with a nice wallpaper that hosts just two knobs for Cutoff and Resonance. These two knobs along with the modwheel will make the smooth default texture sound like a nightmare. I can see this doing incredibely well as an atmospheric riser in cinematic soundscapes.
Simple but affective strings wash
Slow attack strings with a nice shiny timbre but nothing too special going on here. Could certainly be used as a bed for other sounds.