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Soloist Series: Nocturne Cello

Is the Nocturne Cello, the latest instrument in the highly rated Orchestral Tools Soloist Series, as sweet as its name implies? Keith Gemmell plays into the night…

Choice 9/10 MusicTeach

Recorded at the famous Teldex Studio in Berlin, the Nocturne Cello is the second instrument in the Orchestral Tools’ new Soloists Series. With the focus firmly on expression, tone and realism, the performer was captured in the solo booth, as opposed to the main studio, for a more intimate, direct sound – enabling you to place the instrument in a solo context in front of the orchestra. The instrument appears in CAPSULE, Orchestral Tools’ own articulation-management system, which in turn runs in Kontakt 5.5.1+ (the free Kontakt Player is not supported). At around 2.7GB, it’s not a hefty download, but for peace of mind, it can be supplied on a backup SSD for an extra charge.

Cap it all

The Nocturne Cello doesn’t have a user guide, as such. However, there is one for CAPSULE (Control And Performance Symphonic Utility Engine) that serves as a ‘catch all’ for all the Orchestral Tools instruments that utilise its scripting technology. The guide is updated each time a new collection is released and contains only specific information for that product.

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