Steinberg Ships HALion Symphonic Orchestra

27GB library enough for you?      12/06/06
Steinberg Ships HALion Symphonic Orchestra
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Steinberg have just begun shipping their new HALion Symphonic Orchestra which comes with a whopping 27GB library. The instrument utilizes their award winning HALion engine and has over 1250 orchestral string, woodwind, brass and percussion instrument patches, including a large number of articulations and playing styles. HSO also offers state-of-the-art sampling technologies such as RealAmbience, RAMSave™, Crescendo Control and much more. “We’re very proud of this new product, which provides a complete, all-round orchestral sound solution for musicians, producers, composers in just about any field or genre,� comments Steinberg’s Product Manager for Virtual Instruments, Helge Vogt. “HSO is not only technologically highly advanced but makes a full symphony orchestra controllable and playable in a highly intuitive and creative way,� he continues. Price and availability
HALion Symphonic Orchestra costs only €499.00*, and existing HALion String Edition 1 or 2 customers can upgrade to the new HALion Symphonic Orchestra for only €199.00* or €99.00* respectively. Owners of many competing orchestral sample products can crossgrade to HSO for only €299.00*. Symphonic Orchestra requires a Steinberg USB dongle
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