P2P | 14 June 2021 | 3,11 GB
需要的 Kontakt 版本：
5.8.1 完整版（不适用于 Kontakt Player）
Sospiro Strings 是一个 Kontakt 库，用于创建缓慢、情绪化的字符串。它具有 4 种不同长度的膨胀和 3 种持续发音，记录在低音、大提琴、中提琴和小提琴上。
请注意：需要完整版的 Kontakt 5.8.1 或更高版本。不适用于 Kontakt Player
每个单独的乐器都有单独的 nki，并且有一个将所有乐器混合在一起的 nki，作为一种更简单的素描工具，也可以节省内存。
Swells 有 2 种类型：
颤音膨胀提供温暖、个性化的声音。颤音样本听起来更好或更糟取决于它们被定时拉伸的程度，这就是为什么将非颤音作为选项特别好。所有的膨胀最初都是以 110 BPM 记录的
如果您的项目具有快速 bpm 并且您希望它听起来很慢，或者反之亦然，则长度乘数很有用。
Sustains 有 3 种类型：
有一个选项可以将声音加倍，将两个实例叠加在一起并将它们稍微分开。如果您只使用一种乐器并且一次只演奏几个音符，这听起来会更好。如果您正在演奏大和弦并将所有 4 种乐器叠加在一起，则双倍功能听起来更通用且无趣。
Kontakt library for creating slow, emotive strings.
Kontakt Version Required:
5.8.1 Full Version (Not for Kontakt Player)
Product Version: 1.2
Slow, Emotive Strings (Bass, Cello, Viola, Violin)
Sospiro Strings is a Kontakt library for creating slow, emotive strings. It features 4 different length swells and 3 sustained articulations, recorded on bass, cello, viola, and violin.
Please note: The FULL version of Kontakt 5.8.1 or above is required. Not for Kontakt Player
There are separate nki’s for each individual instrument, and there is an nki with all instruments mixed together, to work as a simpler sketching tool, and also to save memory.
There are 2 varieties of Swells:
The vibrato swells are provide a warm, individual sound. The vibrato samples sound better or worse depending on how much they are being timed-stretched, which is why it is especially nice to have non-vibrato as an option. All of the swells were originally recorded at 110 BPM
The non-vibrato swells have a clear tone which especially brings attention to the change in tone as each instrument louder and softer.
Each version, Vibrato and non-vibrato has a single velocity layer.
Using the Length in Beats slider, you can choose the appropriate length, and the corresponding swell will be chosen and time-stretched if needed.
The Length Multiplier is useful if you have a project with a fast bpm and you want it to sound slow, or vice versa.
The Smart Release feature makes it so that however far into the crescendo-ing part of the sample you have held the note, it will jump that far from the end of the swell. This means that the longer you hold a note, the longer its release will be.
All of the swells can be either vibrato or non-vibrato. The vibrato adds warmth and individuality to the sound, but may be a bit over dramatic in some cases. The non-vibrato has a lot of clarity, and especially brings attention to change in tone as each instrument gets louder and softer. The vibrato samples sound better or worse depending on how much they are being timed-stretched, which is why it is especially nice to have non-vibrato as an option.
The Sync feature is one of the most essential features: with Sync enabled, any notes you add or change in a chord will sync with the first note that was played.
There are 3 varieties of Sustains:
The cold sustains are played with a slow bow and no vibrato –a fragile sound at the edge of breaking.
The warm sustains are played over the fingerboard with a fast, freely changing bow and generous vibrato.
The full sustains are played closer to the bridge with a slow, heavy bow. Vibrato is used with discretion.
There is an option to double the sound, which layers two instances together and pans them slightly apart. This sounds better if you are only using one instrument by itself and only playing a few notes at a time. If you are playing big chords and layering all 4 instruments together, the doubled feature tends to sound more generic and uninteresting.