NAMM06: Cakewalk’s Dimension Pro Gets Garritan Library

Pocket Orchestra integrated into software synthesizer      22/01/06
Cakewalk announced that Garritan, developer of high-quality soundware, will develop new orchestral instruments libraries for Dimension Pro.
Dimension Pro is Cakewak’s software synthesizer that combines real instruments with advanced synthesis. Included in the over 7 gigabytes of content that ships with Dimension Pro is a special edition of the Garritan Pocket Orchestra expressively programmed for Dimension Pro.
The orchestral instrument library includes strings, brass, woodwinds, keyboards and percussion. Future libraries, including Jazz & Big Band and the complete Garritan Personal Orchestra are expected to be released in 2006.
"I'm very excited see Pocket Orchestra integrated into Dimension Pro," commented Gary Garritan, President and founder of Garritan Libraries. "Cakewalk is truly a leader and innovator whose people have defined excellence in music technology. Incorporating our award-winning soundware with Cakewalk's products will benefit musicians and the industry at large," added Garritan.
Greg Hendershott, Cakewalk’s Founder and CEO had this to say, “The Garritan Personal Orchestra is the industry’s standard bearer of quality for orchestral instrument libraries. And its widespread adoption in TV, film and theater use, along with accolades and countless awards, are testament of its unrivaled quality.� We are very excited to have Garritan leading the way for new Dimension Pro content,�
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