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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Jan-17 > Six of the best Orchestral Instruments

Six of the best Orchestral Instruments

We’ve talked about how easy it is to create orchestral-type sounds with technology, so here is a special MusicTech Buyer’s Guide where we look at the finest orchestral software instruments and collections…

Sonokinetic Sotto

BEST Delicate phrasing


Price €302

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Sonokinetic is famed for its orchestral software. Titles like Grosso and Capriccio have focused mainly on the grandiose, but Sotto concentrates on the lighter side of orchestral composition with a variety of soft beds and patterns. With Strings, Wind and Brass sections, there is plenty here for a variety of cinematic orchestral productions. “Entire compositions suitable for atmospheric backgrounds can be realised with just Sotto alone. It works wonders if you’re stuck for ideas – a true source of inspiration to kickstart a composition and maintain a constant mood throughout. For composers and producers on a tight deadline, this is a marvellous inspirational tool and timesaver. Bravo Sotto! A beautifully conceived phrase-basedlibrary suitable for film and game music, where light orchestral sounds are required.”

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