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Is there any VSTi's that are like orchestral style or anything like trancey like netskys style of synths..

Can't get any good sounds out of massive..
 

spyre

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Anyway, only VST I know of/use for orch/string sounds is Edirol Orchestral and it's quite nice. I don't really listen to netsky so I dunno what kinda sounds you're after exactly, post examples??
 

neddez

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Netsky synth: open massive and turn on 3 oscillators and give one +5 pitch, pretty much it lol

orchestral stuff... cellofan is good for cellos, if you have $ look at the garritan library (and check out sabre's production masterclass vid)

ive tried quite a few free string/brass VSTs and they almost all blow/are hard to get to sound realistic for lead parts. for more atmossy stuff some of them are ok.
 

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I've been hearing pretty good stuff bout the Garritan Orchestra Library too, however i think u r looking for something like Nexus. Easy to use and has some really trancey patches. Indivision used to rinse them.
 
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You need samples really, synths won't give you a good, natural sounding string arrangement.

Sample old soul records and rearrange the string patterns, most of the tunes out there do that.
 

miszt

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Trance synths are pretty simple, usually jsut a bunch of Saw's, with slow filters, lots of delay/reverb etc, better to figure out how to make the sounds you want than rely on presets, most synths are capable of producing most sounds with just a little bit of knowledge about how they work, look up Subtractive Synthesis Tutorial in YouTube to get a start

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if you really cant b arsed to learn synthesis, try Albino 3, plenty of trancey presets in there
 
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