PreSonus - Symphonic Orchestra (Aug 2020)


PSO sports samples from an impressive range of instruments (contrabassoon, anyone?), but I want to direct your attention particularly to the percussion presets, which really go above and beyond in this regard. PSO presets are found in the PSO Classic Orchestra or PSO Contemporary Strings folders on the Instruments tab of the browser, and the percussion presets are in the subfolder PSO Classic Orchestra / PSO Classic Percussion.

Start with the two Orchestral Percussion presets in the PSO Percussion Sets subfolder, each of which has different things to offer. Orchestral Percussion 1 is set up like most drum and percussion presets, with a different sound per key, but the preset includes a full octave and a half of gong and ethnic cymbal sounds. Orchestral Percussion 2, in contrast, uses keyswitching to select an individual sound to spread across the whole keyboard. No fewer than six different temple block sounds are on tap. Carefully mixing and matching between them could get you very realistic temple blocks (which are, after all, a rich and fun instrument).

Numerous other percussion presets present everything from bamboo chimes to Japanese bowls. Many of these exotic sounds are as useful as source material (read: cannon fodder) for sound design as they are used literally. In the PSO Classic Percussion folder you will also find additional non-percussion sounds hiding, specifically Orchestral FX presets, with falls, growls, squeals and all manner of extended techniques. Again, if you dig in here, you’ll find a lot just under the surface.
When a tonal instrument preset loads, the samples are restricted to the pitch range appropriate for the instrument loaded. This simplifies realistic orchestration, as it enforces instrument ranges. On the other hand, it also hampers your ability to abuse a sample by playing it far outside its natural range.

PreSonus - Symphonic Orchestra:
  • Compatible with Studio One Prime, Artist, and Professional (version 3.3.4 or higher)
  • More than 14 GB of samples with over 300 instrument presets
  • Includes more than 1,200 royalty-free Musicloops for quick and easy arranging
  • Multiple key-switch articulations per instrument
  • Expression control and custom legato scripting
System Requirement
Mac OS X 10.11 | 10.12 | 10.13 | 10.14 | Catalina
Windows 7 | 8 | 8.1 | 10 [32-bit | 64-bit]

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February 19, 2021 at 10:56 AM delete

no esta el enlace , no aparece

June 29, 2021 at 2:33 PM delete

i cant avcitvate tis plugin?why?

June 29, 2021 at 10:09 PM delete

@Lukas: use keygen studio one 5 and input the machine id number studio one 5 and generate. you will get many licenses. search ( presonus.studioone.pso.license ) use for symphonic orchestra soundshet


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