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Classical music on fl studio Dec. 31st, 2012 @ 08:45 PM Reply

does anyone know the names of vst channels for making classical music
vst's like massive (i think there called vsti) but i need instruments to make classical music on fl studio
like woodwinds, brass, and the other shiz to make classical music

thanks


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Response to Classical music on fl studio Dec. 31st, 2012 @ 09:07 PM Reply

Check this out, and talk to sorohanro for free orchestra instruments.


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Response to Classical music on fl studio Jan. 2nd, 2013 @ 03:38 PM Reply

Thank you!!


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Response to Classical music on fl studio Jan. 2nd, 2013 @ 04:02 PM Reply

At 12/31/12 08:45 PM, Merpy wrote: does anyone know the names of vst channels for making classical music
vst's like massive (i think there called vsti) but i need instruments to make classical music on fl studio
like woodwinds, brass, and the other shiz to make classical music

thanks

i dont know any free vsti for orchestral but good ones are 8dio , eastwest orchestral gold contains everything you need to compose a orchestration and stormdrum 2 for the epic drums, projectSam, LA scoring strings, spectrasonic omnisphere.these instruments are great and some are used in the gaming, film industries.
Best Service Ethno World 5 Professional and Vir2 Instruments World Impact Global Percussion contains great international instruments.

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Response to Classical music on fl studio Jan. 2nd, 2013 @ 04:33 PM Reply

for free orchestral sounds I recommend getting some soundfonts - check out hammersound and blackattackbitch's forum thread: http://www.newgrounds.com/bbs/topic/1200140

(for percussion I suggest Roland orchestral rhythm, that was the only one I had a hard time finding :P)

if you have the cash and are serious then there are lots of VSTs out there for various stuff you want (here's a few: session strings; east west ql silver/gold/platinum <-- silver being the cheapest; LASS; hollywood strings; stormdrum 1/2 <-- percussion) they're the ones off the top of my head right now

to play soundfonts I think FL can do it already but you'll need them as an .sf2 file - if FL can't do it then get the free kontakt player and use that :)

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Response to Classical music on fl studio Jan. 3rd, 2013 @ 05:20 PM Reply

Thanks guys =)


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Response to Classical music on fl studio Jan. 4th, 2013 @ 02:03 AM Reply

I find Squidfonts also a very realistic and free sound font for orchestral use. Not sure if its contained in the other links.

http://soundfonts.darkesword.com/ - Squidfont Orchestral and more.

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Response to Classical music on fl studio Jan. 4th, 2013 @ 02:43 AM Reply

If you need free orchestral sounds, DSK has a lot of VSTs, though I personally haven't used them since finding Blackattackbitch's thread years ago.

For DSK products: http://www.dskmusic.com/category/vsti-all/

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Response to Classical music on fl studio Jan. 4th, 2013 @ 08:45 AM Reply

At 1/4/13 02:03 AM, SkyStormKuja wrote: http://soundfonts.darkesword.com/ - Squidfont Orchestral and more.

This page is really excellent. Also check out Florestan Woodwinds, Harp, and Roland Orchestral Rhythms on this page. The piano on this page is also worth investigating.

You'll need to use a tasteful amount of reverb and good panning technique to get your orchestral music to sound more realistic. Good luck!