CineSymphony LITE covers the essentials of all orchestral instrument sections
Kontakt library for free Kontakt 5.3.1 Player or higher
CineSymphony LITE is a comprehensive sketch tool recorded at the world famous MGM Scoring Stage at Sony Pictures studios in Los Angeles, and recorded by industry veteran Dennis Sands. CineSymphony LITE covers the essentials of all orchestral instrument sections, and provides students and professional composers with a solid starting foundation in their music scoring palette.
CineSymphony LITE is revolutionary in its simplicity and ability to recreate the sound of the orchestra. The library was designed by composers, for composers, with direct feedback from the film community during its development. It was specifically designed to be a compser´s sketch or travel kit, but also a learning kit for beginners. The result is a library that is easy to use, composer-friendly, and sounds professionally mixed right out of the box without being too demanding on hardware.
CineSymphony LITE does not require you to purchase any additional sample playback software, and is licensed to work with the Native Instrument’s free Kontakt Player. All you need is a sequencer like Logic, Cubase, Digital Performer, LIVE, Protools, or Cakewalk, and you’ll be up and running.
01 Strings Ensemble Arco LITE
02 Strings Ensemble Pizzicato LITE
03 Brass Ensemble LITE
04 Woodwind Ensemble LITE
05 Timpani LITE
06 Percussion LITE
ABOUT THE PATCHES
While the aim of CineSymphony LITE is to give you a fully playable orchestra in a small set, to truly be able to program samples properly, it is highly recommended that you invest further in the "Cine" line to get more articulations like harmonics, staccatos, legatos, mutes, trills, etc. The LITE percussion patches provided are just a fraction of what our full-line can offer.
Download size (RAR files):
Parts 1 - 2: 1GB
Part 3: 210MB
"a brilliant full-orchestra sketching tool for cinematic-style composers on the move or on short time. With every section covered it also provides a great starter kit for students and beginners. Highly recommended!" - Music Tech
"You don’t have to think too hard to use it, the interface is right there ready to be tweaked and the patches are straight forward. Ensembles with short and sustained options. Perfect! This makes the library useful for everyone from film composers to pop, urban, and edm producers alike." - Sounds and Gear