Vienna Symphonic Library released Synchron Strings I

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Vienna Symphonic Library (VSL) released Synchron Strings I, a 46-piece string orchestra library that was recorded with the signature ambience of the company’s own scoring stage, Synchron Stage Vienna. The all-new library was configured for Vienna’s established software players Vienna Instruments and Vienna Instruments Pro.

Synchron Strings I is our first String Library recorded with the signature ambience of one of the best sounding scoring stages in the world – Synchron Stage Vienna.

Since its renovation and reopening in 2016, this venue has already hosted a wealth of music recordings for classical albums, video games, commercials, and international film and TV productions. The Synchron Stage Orchestra is the orchestra in residence of the Synchron Stage Vienna and brings together the best musicians from renowned Viennese orchestras.

Synchron Strings I was performed by the string section of the Synchron Stage Orchestra – with the same passion and perseverance as these top-notch musicians have played scores for Inferno, The Crown, Lego Batman, Ghost in the Shell, Comrade Detective, The Meg, Sky Hunter, and the latest BBC production Blue Planet II by Hans Zimmer (don’t miss to watch the “Making of” video!).

More info here: Vienna Symphonic Library | Synchron Strings I

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