ADM ORCHESTRAL is an Ableton Live Pack containing a themed set of instruments sourced from previous packs by Brian Funk released over the years. This particular collection includes instruments more along the lines of the orchestral persuasion, including Brass, Strings, Winds, and Voices. Note that these are not “orchestral” in the hi-fi sense, but rather they are orchestrally themed, emulating those sorts of instruments in quiant, colorful types of ways… you could say in the Brian Funk style.
Get your funky fanfare action on with the included 51 Brass Instrument Racks. Great for anything from hip hop to upbeat salsa to a midieval skirmish fanfare.
Mix in some sweet serenity to your score with a selection of 38 different soothing string timbres. Need that cheese in excessive, goopy quantities? It’s all here for you to ladle on. Or go a bit more refined and bust out the classy, elegant vibes. Who decides what’s cheesy and what’s elegant anyways? You, that’s who.
Stoke the minstrely breath of your compositions with 25 lively wind instruments. You could make a sunny pirate ditty that evokes sailin’ on the high seas. Or perhaps you could infuse an adventurous journey through the rainforest to a ruined temple with mystical refrains.
Synthesize a custom choir group from among 30 voicelike instruments to back up your sections. This is more of a bonus than a serious offering. Synthetic Voices can be useful at times. Maybe that’s what androids from Planet Zork sound like?
“Synthetic Orchestral” instruments can sound super cool when mixed in a track. They are their own thing; they sound different and provide their own unique touch and should not necessarily be used for the same purposes that you’d want a real orchestra for.
ADM ORCHESTRAL contains sounds and instruments carefully and lovingly crafted by Brian Funk, an experienced Ableton Certified Trainer and curious sound designer. Each instrument was built to satisfy his own personal needs and desires in musical instrument design. ADM ORCHESTRAL was curated and organized by Animus Invidious of PerforModule for Isotonik Studios.