Worldized analogue synths recorded at oceanway studios

 
 

 
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Scoring Synths

Scoring Synths is the exciting end product of recording two of the most iconic synthesizers in the world, reamping or "worldizing" them into one of the best sounding live rooms in the U.S., and re-recording them with an array of priceless vintage microphones. From the synths themselves, to the converters, preamps, mastering loudspeakers, mics and scoring stage, not a single sonic compromise was made in the process of creating this powerful new tool. Scoring Synths truly is the first sample library of its kind.

 
 

Demos

 
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Designed for film score

Modern film score relies heavily on synthesizers to accompany and reinforce the sections of the orchestra, yet rarely do those synth tones experience the sonic benefit of being recorded in the same acoustic space. Classic mono synths offer a richness in plangency and punch, while lacking a degree of flexibility and recall ability. Modern soft synths have seemingly limitless features but fall short sonically when compared with their older analogue counterparts. Our goal was to take the best aspects of the old and the new, craft tones specifically designed for film score production and orchestral compositions, immerse that in a lush acoustic environment, and create something that simply hadn't existed until now. We are incredibly proud to announce our first product and a new benchmark in synthesizer sample libraries

 
 

 
  • Kontakt 5 Full

  • 75 GB

  • 8 Mics

  • 100 + Patches

  • 240k Samples

 
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You have provided the building blocks for all the standard flavors of synth support in the modern scoring era.
— Jacob Shea