First Look: Blue Street Brass by Indiginus

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Indiginus does it again, delivering a stellar and stylized sample set of circa 1930-1980s retro fashioned multi-sampled instruments that are easy to play and intuitive.

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First Look: Blue Street Brass by Indiginus

Indiginus does it again, delivering a great stylized sample library that is easy to use and can sound fantastic. Throughout my first look video, I played through the sounds and instruments as well as got a feel for what functionality and features this vintage solo brass collection has to offer.

Highlights are the stellar stylized sample set of 1930-1980s retro fashioned multi-sampled instruments and the custom convolution reverbs IR’s included to mimic the authentic sound of vintage microphones. The scripted legato is surprisingly fluid and the instruments are just very intuitive to play.

Though the library is not without fault (I did have a few “would have liked to have seen” moments as well as discovering some inconsistencies), it’s hard to find diminish the instrument as it’s depth of vintage solo instruments, ease of use and price tag make this a real gem.

Blue Street Brass sells for $79 from Indiginus

Facts

Blue Street Brass downloads as 1.5 GB and contains over 20 multi-sampled solo and small ensemble brass instruments with up to 5 key velocity layers for stylized vintage playback.

The library comes with 12 authentic Microphone IR from the 1920s to 1980s as well as 12 Reverb IR effects.

The library uses a custom scripted legato effect and does require the full version of  Kontakt 5.5.2 or

Blue Street Brass sells for $79 from Indiginus

 

Demos of Blue Street Brass

 

Videos of Blue Street Brass