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On a Windows machine or Apple Mac OSX, you can get the free version of Orchestral Tools. Many of the libraries are not free, but the free one is even better. There is a 30 day trial, so you can install the free version, if you want to try it out, and then decide if you want to buy the full version at a later date.
All you need to do is choose a library, install the software and then load it into Ableton. The first option is to install directly into Ableton, then you can load the library by clicking on the “orchestral” folder on the libraries panel. If the library comes with a folder, it will put the library files into the “orchestral” folder, and you’ll need to load it by going into the “orchestral” folder, and drag the files into Ableton so you can load them into your project.
The one thing you should know is that the free version will give you a max of 6 tracks, 6 groups, 6 effects/compressors, no metering, and no panning. This means that you are limited as far as the size of your orchestra. If you decide to go with the free version, you can upgrade with the Pro version, which gives you unlimited tracks and groups, but is only $20.
If you want a bigger orchestra, then I suggest you use the.XMBi Orchestral Collection. It’s really an incredible collection of orchestral instrument recordings, arranged in 4 to 18 piece packages, with no end. You can choose to have the Orchestral Tools package updated with the latest versions, so you don’t have to do that yourself. Once you have the package installed and the update is done, you just load the.XMBi collection in Ableton, and load the packages you want to use. If you only want to use the Orchestral Tools free version, then you might not want to use the.XMBi collection ( because it will also give you more tracks, groups, effects, compressors, metering and panning), but if you have a big orchestra that you want to use, then this is one of the best collections on the web.
I made this video to show you how to use all of the Orchestral Tools. By the way, I am not affiliated with the company, and I am not paid to do this. If you want to hear what they sound like
orchestral strings are used to produce exciting strings samples. there are sampled violin tones as the main sound effect, these can be used as part of a string sequence or as an accompaniment for other parts of a song.
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