Checking Out: Symphonic Orchestral Strings & Sordino Strings by Sonokinetic

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Sonokinetic has wowed me with their strings! You’ve got a string powerhouse when you combine Sonokinetic’s Symphonic Orchestral Strings & Sordino Strings. These orchestral strings are imaginative, stacked full of articulations, a runs player, a phrase creator, and a divisi mode. For media composers looking for that massive cinematic sound, the learning curve is absolutely worth it.

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Checking Out: Symphonic Orchestral Strings & Sordino Strings by Sonokinetic

Sonokinetic has developed a reputation for not only creating great-sounding instruments but also for their forward-thinking innovation. While their libraries have always sounded lively and powerful, their classy design, orchestral phrase engine, and ease of use keep getting better and better. Their Orchestral Divisi Strings holds up that reputation with an imaginative string pack consisting of not only a stack of articulations, but a runs player, phrase creator, and divisi mode. Has Sonokinetic created something different enough that’s worthy of your time and money? Let’s take a look!

String libraries come and go! It’s a fact! As composers we love comparing string libraries, blending string libraries and we never seem to own enough string libraries. Yet, when there is a new kid on the block, it’s important to think about what’s new that they bring to the table? Sonokinetic clearly had this in mind when creating their first fully playable and fully loaded symphonic string library. Yes, they sound great but with the addition of the divisi mode, the string run creator, and phrase builder, Sonokinetic really has thought about everything.

For a range of scenarios and ease of workflow, both of these string libraries are worth their weight in gold! When using these libraries in my DAW during a composing session, I found them to be intuitive, simple to program and the end result was just stunning.

In many ways, it really is a string library that has functionality others libraries do not. Sonokinetic has wowed me with their strings so much that I cannot wait to see what they do with the other sections of the orchestra.

Symphonic Orchestral Strings normally sells for €333.33 from Sonokinetic

Sordino Strings normally sells for €74.90 from Sonokinetic

Facts

Orchestral Strings Downloads as 97GB
Sordino Strings Downloads as 24.3GB

Features a full Symphony String section captured in 44.1kHz and 24 bit
A whole range of articulations with a Divisi mode
Includes a runs player and phrase creator with MIDI drop capability
Both libraries require the full version or free Kontakt player 6.6.1 and up and are NKS compatible

 

Symphonic Orchestral Strings normally sells for €333.33 from Sonokinetic

Sordino Strings normally sells for €74.90 from Sonokinetic

 

Demos of Symphonic Orchestral Strings
Sordino Strings by Sonokinetic

 

Videos of Symphonic Orchestral Strings
Sordino Strings by Sonokinetic

Contributor Pete Checkley reviews Symphonic Orchestral Strings and Sordino Strings by Sonokinetic
Sonokinetic has wowed me with their strings! You’ve got a string powerhouse when you combine Sonokinetic‘s Symphonic Orchestral Strings & Sordino Strings. These orchestral strings are imaginative, stacked full of articulations, a runs player, a phrase creator, and a divisi mode. For media composers looking for that massive cinematic sound, the learning curve is absolutely worth it.”