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ProjectSAM Symphobia Pack

ProjectSAM Symphobia Pack

ProjectSAM Symphobia Pack Details

ProjectSAM Symphobia Pack consists of ProjectSAM Symphobia 1 and ProjectSAM Symphobia 2 in one pack. All available in a rich selection of combinations and articulations of both the ProjectSAM Symphobias. Symphobia 1 is everything you have been missing in your orchestral palette: immersive ensemble multi-samples attained by true ensemble recordings and intense cinematic effects while Symphobia 2 is the sequel to the acclaimed original Symphobia and it is more of what you've been missing in your orchestral palette.


Symphobia 1

Symphobia 1 is everything you have been missing in your orchestral palette: immersive ensemble multi-samples attained by true ensemble recordings and intense cinematic effects. All available in a rich selection of combinations and articulations. With Symphobia, you have at your disposal the most inspiring orchestral tool for scoring film, games and television.


Symphobia 1 is not your traditional orchestral sample library. Instead of focusing on individual instrument multi-samples, Symphobia 1 offers ensemble multi-samples in various orchestrations and orchestral groups. These playable ensembles cover different sections and groups from the orchestra as well as the entire orchestra playing together. The reason is simple: the real thing sounds so much better.


Symphobia 1 is famous for its cinematic orchestral effects. Like the ensemble performances, the effects are available in different orchestrations, played by different sections throughout the orchestra.


  • Cinematic Ensembles

  • Symphobia 1 is not your traditional orchestral sample library. Instead of focusing on individual instrument multi-samples, Symphobia 1 offers ensemble multi-samples in various orchestrations and orchestral groups. These playable ensembles cover different sections and groups from the orchestra as well as the entire orchestra playing together. The reason is simple: the real thing sounds so much better. A staccato note played by violins, violas, horns and trumpets, together, correctly seated at the concert stage, will sound much more cohesive than a mixture of individual sample recordings of these four elements. An other example of the Symphobia 1 concept is the low strings patch, which has been recorded with celli and basses playing in octaves. This makes Symphobia 1 the ideal tool for creating big, realistic sounding orchestral arrangements and orchestrations. In addition, a number of individual instrument articulations are available, such as violin section flageolets and horn section marcatos.


  • Cinematic Effects

  • The ensembles make up about half of Symphobia 1. The other half is all about cinematic effects: performances that are impossible to recreate using individual multi-samples. Like the ensemble performances, the effects are available in different orchestrations, played by different sections throughout the orchestra. You will find violin glissandi, as well as full orchestra rips and stabs. Each effect is available in a number of variations or articulations.


  • Microphone Mixing

  • Symphobia 1.4 allows you to mix the two available microphone sets in realtime. This can be done individually, using the vertical mic faders, or together, using the horizontal cross fade slider. This slider smoothly morphs between a close and a stage mix.


  • Switch or Stack

  • A simple button allows you to choose your prefered method of articulation selection. In Switch mode, articulation selection works as of old: key-switching between one articulation at a time. In Stack mode, multiple articulations can be toggled on or off.


  • Individual Control Over Articulations

  • Symphobia 1 groups multiple articulations in each instrument file. In previous versions, these articulations could be switched using keyswitches and played one at a time. Symphobia 1.4 allows you to independently toggle and mix articulations.


  • Toggling Articulations

  • Click an articulation name to toggle between activating and deactivating it. This way you can easily combine multiple articulations and perform them together.


  • MIDI Toggle Keys

  • You can also use MIDI toggle keys to activate and deactivate articulations.


  • Disable MIDI Toggle Keys

  • A new option is to enable/disable the MIDI toggle keys on your keyboard. Disabling these is useful in a live situation, where you don't want to trigger other articulations accidentally.


  • Reset Toggles

  • To reset the articulation toggles to their default state (first one activated, others deactivated) click reset toggles. You can also reset toggles by using the assigned MIDI key.


  • Purging

  • By default, all articulations are loaded into memory, regardless of whether they are activated or deactivated using the toggles. This way, toggling articulations works instantaneously. To save memory, you can unload articulations.



Symphobia 2

ProjectSAM brings you Symphobia 2, the sequel to the acclaimed original Symphobia. Symphobia 2 is more of what you've been missing in your orchestral palette. All-new orchestral effects, massive amounts of fresh and inspiring symphonic effects, exclusive legato ensembles with real legato transitions, Dystopia III and a brand-new interface. Symphobia 2 is the new no-brainer addition to the Symphobia series for any film, game or TV composer.


Symphobia 2 does NOT contain any samples from Symphobia. Both libraries hold unique recordings and material. If you own the original Symphobia, Symphobia 2 will greatly expand your possibilities. To name a few, the Symphobia 2 string section adds minor and major DXF trills, different lengths of crescendo-decrescendo, new crescendos and new spiccatos. If you liked the effects in the original Symphobia, you are going to love the ones in Symphobia 2! Having covered the basis, ProjectSAM could explore the world of orchestral effects further and look for interesting new sounds and more specific techniques. Symphobia 2 also offers real legato transitions for orchestrated sets of instruments. Various differently arranged ensembles were captured performing legato intervals, playing in unison or octaves, and were meticulously edited and scripted.


  • New Articulations

  • If you own the original Symphobia 1, Symphobia 2 will greatly expand your possibilities. To name a few, the Symphobia 2 string section adds minor and major DXF trills, different lengths of crescendo-decrescendo, new crescendos and new spiccatos. The full orchestra section has powerful new sustain and staccato articulations, and a beautiful Wide Octaves articulation with modwheel control. The separate horn section in the original Symphobia has been expanded with a blockbuster 8-player horn ensemble.


  • New Effects

  • If you liked the effects in the original Symphobia, you are going to love the ones in Symphobia 2! Having covered the basis, we could explore the world of orchestral effects further and look for interesting new sounds and more specific techniques. There are now effects banks entirely dedicated to ponticello, flageolet or other playing techniques. You will also find beautiful looped textures that can be triggered in different keys. These phrases will instantly give your production a realism boost, but leave enough room to add your own personal touches.


  • Legato Ensembles

  • An industry-first: real legato transitions for orchestrated sets of instruments. Various differently arranged ensembles were captured performing legato intervals, playing in unison or octaves, and were meticulously edited and scripted. A great example is the noble sounding Horns Violins Violas set, which offers real legato performance of French horns, violins and violas playing in unison. No layering was used whatsoever. The legatos, transitions and orchestrations you hear are all real. Each of the sets has been recorded in a specific range and dynamic, dictated by the orchestration and the musical context of the orchestration. Apart from the LEGATO ENSEMBLES we also included a number of legato solo instruments.


  • Dystopia Volume 3

  • ProjectSAM's popular DYSTOPIA section is back and is better than ever! Explore the dark side of SAM with processed hits, spheres, scapes and risers, based on the recordings of Symphobia 2 some of their other libraries. Also be sure to check out the Symphobian Drums.


  • Microphone Mixing

  • Symphobia 1.4 allows you to mix the two available microphone sets in realtime. This can be done individually, using the vertical mic faders, or together, using the horizontal cross fade slider. This slider smoothly morphs between a close and a stage mix.


  • Switch or Stack

  • A simple button allows you to choose your prefered method of articulation selection. In Switch mode, articulation selection works as of old: key-switching between one articulation at a time. In Stack mode, multiple articulations can be toggled on or off.


  • Individual Control Over Articulations

  • Symphobia 2 groups multiple articulations in each instrument file. In previous versions, these articulations could be switched using keyswitches and played one at a time. Symphobia 1.4 allows you to independently toggle and mix articulations.


  • Toggling Articulations

  • Click an articulation name to toggle between activating and deactivating it. This way you can easily combine multiple articulations and perform them together.


  • MIDI Toggle Keys

  • You can also use MIDI toggle keys to activate and deactivate articulations.


  • Disable MIDI Toggle Keys

  • A new option is to enable/disable the MIDI toggle keys on your keyboard. Disabling these is useful in a live situation, where you don't want to trigger other articulations accidentally.


  • Reset Toggles

  • To reset the articulation toggles to their default state (first one activated, others deactivated) click reset toggles. You can also reset toggles by using the assigned MIDI key.


  • Purging

  • By default, all articulations are loaded into memory, regardless of whether they are activated or deactivated using the toggles. This way, toggling articulations works instantaneously. To save memory, you can unload articulations.



ProjectSAM Symphobia Pack Features


Symphobia 1

  • Live recordings of orchestral full-ensemble multi-samples
  • Vast library of orchestral clusters, rips and other instantly inspiring effects
  • Covering strings, all-new brass, woodwinds and much more
  • Lots of additional content including Dystopia II and ethnic flute phrases
  • Orchestral sections recorded as full-range ensembles, pre-seated on the stage
  • 11 GB library in Kontakt's compressed sample format (24 GB uncompressed)
  • 44.1 24 bit
  • Genuine concert hall recordings
  • Real-time mixing of close & stage mics
  • Kontakt Player 5 license included

Symphobia 2

  • Real tutti recordings of symphonic ensembles
  • Industry-first orchestrated legato ensembles with real legato transitions
  • Extensive, multi-articulation patches
  • New and inspiring symphonic effects
  • 24 GB library in Kontakt's compressed sample format (33 GB uncompressed)
  • 44.1 24 bit
  • Genuine concert hall recordings
  • Real-time mixing of close & stage mics
  • Kontakt Player 5 license included

ProjectSAM Symphobia Pack Specifications


Symphobia 1

  • 20.7 GB audio pool (actual recordings)
  • 10.9 GB on disk (compressed Kontakt format on disk)
  • 44.1 kHz 24 bit audio format
  • Library version download: 1.41
  • Library version boxed: 1.3
  • Minimum Kontakt version: 5.3.1
  • Mac: OS X 10.8 or higher
  • Windows: Windows 7 or 8
  • Supported plug-in interfaces: Stand-alone, VST, Audio Units, AAX (Pro Tools 10 or higher), ASIO, Core Audio, WASAPI
  • Comes with Kontakt Player license
  • Also works with full version of Kontakt
  • USB 2.0 or 3.0 port for installation of the USB version of Symphobia
  • Not compatible with OS X 10.7 or lower
  • Not compatible with Windows XP or Vista
  • Not compatible with Kontakt 4
  • Not compatible with RTAS

Symphobia 2

  • 46.0 GB audio pool (actual recordings)
  • 24.2 GB on disk (compressed Kontakt format on disk)
  • 44.1 kHz 24 bit audio format
  • Library version download: 1.41
  • Library version boxed: 1.33
  • Minimum Kontakt version: 5.3.1
  • Mac: OS X 10.8 or higher
  • Windows: Windows 7 or 8
  • Supported plug-in interfaces: Stand-alone, VST, Audio Units, AAX (Pro Tools 10 or higher), ASIO, Core Audio, WASAPI
  • Comes with Kontakt Player license
  • Also works with full version of Kontakt
  • USB 2.0 or 3.0 port for installation of the USB version of Symphobia 2
  • Not compatible with OS X 10.7 or lower
  • Not compatible with Windows XP or Vista
  • Not compatible with Kontakt 4
  • Not compatible with RTAS

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