Checking Out: Tallinn Baltic Voices and String by Orchestral Tools (pre-order copy)
Capturing the style and delicate beauty of Baltic traditions, Orchestral Tools’ Tallinn combines just the right elements to create a one-of-a-kind toolkit for conjuring beautiful, haunting music from the ether.
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Checking Out: Tallinn Baltic Voices and String by Orchestral Tools
Tallinn captures the award-winning Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, the delicate strings of the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, and the Niguliste (St. Nicholas’ Church) Organs based in Tallinn, Estonia.
Tallinn delivers an exquisite sample set with silky and emotive playback thanks to the silky reverberation of the hall and the naturally lush tail.
In this video, I share a demo I mocked up using a pre-order copy of Tallinn, break down each section of the library, examine the microphone position options and then do a deep dive playing through all of the instruments and included articulations Orchestral Tools‘ upcoming release ‘Tallinn’.
Tallinn downloads as 43 GB (compressed down using SINEarc compression from 92 GB of samples)
The instrument contains recordings from The Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir which is made up of 16 Singers, the Tallinn Chamber Orchestra with 5 violins, 4 violas, 3 celli, 2 basses and 2 Organs which were all recorded at Niguliste (St. Nicholas’ Church) in Tallinn Estonia.
Instrument playback is at 24 bit / 48 KHz patches with multiple mic positions options.