While not the biggest, baddest, wettest brass library out there, Adventure Brass accomplishes what we initially set out to do; to create an instrument that is first and foremost, fun to play. Second, and very much like Soaring Strings, we sought to really limit the controls needed to achieve a believable brass line. Just your keys and the modwheel. We’ve also included an adjustable “Humanization” feature, which automatically staggers the starts and ends of individual notes to help enhance a quantized passage. Third, we recorded medium-sized sections that would treat well to both unison and harmonic passages with believable transparency. Except the Tuba — I think we can all agree one of those is enough. Last but not least, to get that intangible little somethin’ — why not record in Los Angeles; a town with some experience performing and recording for film and television.
Features: – Recorded at The Bridge in Los Angeles. – Section sizes: 2 Trumpets, 4 Horns, 2 Trombones, 1 Tuba. – Morph Stacking programming allows any note length to sound natural. – Recorded in traditional seating arrangement. – Adjustable Humanization feature. – To Silence feature. – Solo Trumpet Overlay feature. – True playable repetitions for trumpets. – Three microphone positions: Close, Room, Mixed. – Recorded in 48 khz / 24-bit. * Compatible with Kontakt 5.5.1+ (requires full version of Kontakt)
Adventure Brass 1.1 Release Notes: + Adventure and Majestic Patches are now up to 2.5x more efficient with polyphony than the original versions. + Included LITE patches of each instrument, which deactivates the release triggers and cuts down the overall polyphony count up to an additional 33% with the Adventure, Majestic and Sustain patches. + Vastly-improved performance with Kontakt AU in Logic.