Need some Advice on Vst-s

Mitzanu

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Hello friends, i'm new here and i have a question or maybe two :d
What vst-s do you recommand for instrument sounds such as strings or piano and other ones?
What about vst-s for some clear drum sounds?
I'll start creating some liquid dnb and dunno what vst-s should i choose that have these orchestral sounds that have a clear and nice sound.

Thanks :)
 

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Hello friends, i'm new here and i have a question or maybe two :d
What vst-s do you recommand for instrument sounds such as strings or piano and other ones?
What about vst-s for some clear drum sounds?
I'll start creating some liquid dnb and dunno what vst-s should i choose that have these orchestral sounds that have a clear and nice sound.

Thanks :)
I use Miroslav Philharmonik for my orchestral sounds. It's a pretty good rompler for strings and such. But you need to master it so your orchestral sounds are convincing.

For drums I use samples only, so I can't say any good VST.
 
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I use Miroslav Philharmonik for my orchestral sounds. It's a pretty good rompler for strings and such. But you need to master it so your orchestral sounds are convincing.

For drums I use samples only, so I can't say any good VST.
Do you have any suggestions for good free/cheap orchestral sounds I could use too, without sacrificing quality?
 
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If you are searching for a good piano sound:
I recently bought Addictive Keys Studio Grand.
It has:
- a great sound.
- some good presets
- it's just a few GB on your harddrive
- you can change the mic postion, add effects, eq et.
- Easy to use!

And it isn't to much of a cost (79euro)

If you want to here it in a track here is a track of mine where i used the Studio Grand:
https://soundcloud.com/mentormoore%2Fyellow-claw-bun-it-up-mentor-moore-remix
(http://www.xlnaudio.com/addictivekeys)

Cheers!
 
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