scoringaudiogeeks saidYes, ProejctSAMS OE is great but with caveats that once you taste it, you might want to buy Symphobia! LOL . I personally prefer Albion as it’s a larger library (with a larger price of course).
If you can save some more cash you could buy ProjectSAM Orchestral Essentials – great sound and good ensembles to get you started.
I strongly recommend you to save up a couple hundred more and get Albion. It’s a great starter lib.
Don’t buy Miroslav, it’s a toy and in my opinion it does not worth the money they ask for it. Very flat and limited performance. For example this track is made 90% with Miroslav. Despite all possible tweaks and enhancements it still does not sound anywhere close to a real orchestra.
Ok so I broke down and Got miroslav. I disagree with some of the negative feedback with miroslav. Granted its not the best. However I was impressed with a good majority of the quality of the samples included. There are some in the bank that I will stay from however because of the low quality but I think this will do the trick for me. thanks for the help!
Well, you still can get Garritan for 39$ and combine those two.
Thats actually a great idea. Mihai I did enjoy some of the samples in garritan. I might take a look at that also. Basicly Im trying to build my library to get my foot in the door. I Mostly right orchestral scores/progressive/industrial metal. Im hoping that buying miroslav will at least give me the basic tools I need to start bringing a little revenue.
SanctusAudio saidWell, in this situation any help is… helpful… I guess… So, here, take a look on some freebies that might help:
I need to start bringing a little revenue.