Orchestral Tools announces a major new collection, collaboration with Berklee College, and more
Respected developer Orchestral Tools just announces a major new collection, collaboration with Berklee College, and more
The first is the developer’s collaboration with Berklee College of Music developing a product for use in the film scoring and music production courses at Berklee.
“This is a great step for Berklee—they get a tailor-made learning resource that matches their course requirements 100%. It makes teaching and learning much easier if all the students and all the teachers are using the exact same instruments. And it’s great for us: We’re honored that Berklee chose us to work with. We’ll be extending the collaboration with additional initiatives throughout 2021. See the attached press release for details.”
Not over-shadow the first, but the second announcement is the really big one
“We released Berlin Symphonic Strings. A new addition to the Berlin Series, with large string sections recorded at Teldex studios in Berlin. It’s our first library to employ some new techniques which dramatically improve playability and realism, so we’re understandably excited about it. I’ve attached a second press release with more information on this pro-focused string library.”
You can catch the entire replay of the Orchestral Tool live stream below
All details on the new string library here.