The story

String Quartet is a phrase-based library rather than a set of directly-playable note-by-note samples. The impressively large collection of phrases were composed for and performed by a string quartet.

When recording my string quartets, I decided to try writing a small library of samples. Turned out to be a small library, with a pleasant sound.
The red case switch changes the preset. The library uses minor and major chords.

The term string quartet can refer to either a type of musical composition or a group of four people who play them. Many composers from the mid-18th century onwards wrote string quartets. The associated musical ensemble consists of two violinists, a violist, and a cellist.

ThunderStrings – String Quartet
Svistunov Anton Dimitrievich
Furzanova Sofia Alekseevna
Korneeva Sofya Alexandrovna – Viola
Brazhnikova Anastasia Olegovna – Violoncello


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  • Awesome

    just sounds great - can't wait to use it - good job

    Waseem25 November 2022
  • Simple but exactly what we need

    I say it again, simple but it's just what we need! Great job!

    SaintQwerty29 November 2022
  • Awesome

    For a bookshop like this you usually spend money (even a lot of money!).
    It's fantastic, but precisely because of its playability it makes you want to have more and more combinations available.
    The sound is extremely realistic.
    Thank you very much for this jewel.

    Kyflondip11 August 2023
  • Amazing sounds and styles

    Love this. As for GUI, very simple, but as long as you are OK with working with keyscwtches, this presents no issue.

    Emil G. MusicSamplist 27 October 2022
  • This is remarkable

    I love the energy and style here. Having three mic options (plus reverb) and all of these phrases available in such a compact and easily comprehensible interface makes me very happy! There's a lot of music to be discovered in this instrument.

    Jake Hendriksen14 November 2022
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