Hey GJ i’m not on a MAC but I can tell you a great starting lib for orchestral is Spitfire Albion. It has pretty much everything you need and it’s very reasonable in comparison to everything else out there. I’d definitely put it on your list.
Good luck with the build.-Rick
NI Komplete is definately one of the best things I have bought. I can only recommend it. I have used logic, cubase, acid, sonar, cakewalk, etc. They’re all good but I personally prefer Ableton Live. And if you buy the suite, this comes with a big gallery of sounds and instruments (strings, etc). There are so many posssibilities with this software that you don’t have with any other DAW . I used fruity loops too a long time ago, but I think you won’t need it if you have komplete and ableton. There are a lot of cool drum machines in reaktor that will take you beyond. You can modify them or built them yourself. And also, if you buy Ableton, then you can use Max for Live, where the possibilities are endless. And the best part is that you can download all those Max For Live patches for free on their website. There you get all kinds of wicked sequencers, synthesizers, and also visual devices.
Hope you find the one you’re looking for. Good luck man Cheers!
Thank you all, glad you liked it! @ rtofvnt: this was part of the sound instalation so im pretty sure they wont leave that stuff there. There was a cool midi device triggering the radios, so id be the first one to want to take these home
Hey there AJ friends, I wanted to share with you this picture I took a couple of days ago in an abandoned amusement park in Berlin called the ‘Spreepark’. There was a crazy sound installation and all I could think of was AudioJungle! I hope you like it and of course you can check out the rest of the pictures if you feel interested. http://miuziqa.deviantart.com/art/RadioJungle-210895045
cheers to all
You can count on me!
I’d say Pianoteq 3. This one’s based on physical modeling and I really haven’t heard any other software sound more realistic than this one, and it is not sample based, its all synthetized. Just amazing!
Hey there, if i had to recreate those sounds i could use any type of synthesis software. Reason is a good one, although I have Komplete 7 and its really complete in every sense. You have lots of presets to choose from. But still I always try to design my own sounds. Basically what i hear are some Bass Synth filtered, Pads, percussion sounds ( some of the are just white noise with delay and step filters), Strings, and there is also some type of effect made with some Synth being modulated by a step filter or a random amplitude waveform. The sound is very 80ts, so a good tip is to use lots of reverb on everything. Just in case, i had an Analog Synth that has a lot of sound very similar to those. Its the Ensoniq TS-10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvCrIn3DsnY&feature=related Its a great synth with great 80ts synth sounds.
Komplete 7 is the best thing ive bought, considering the price, the number of powerful softwares inside and the amazing sound quality, presets, samples, etc. I bought it some months ago and I’‘m sure this is gonna keep me busy exploring it for many years.