Best Service releases Chris Hein Horns Vol 3 Muted

Best Service Chris Hein Horns Vol 3 Muted

Best Service has released Chris Hein Horns Vol 3 Muted, a Kontakt Player 3.5 powered sampled instrument for Windows and Mac.

The next step of Chris Hein in realizing the best and most comprehensive modular brass and wind library for pop, jazz, funk and bigband all over the world until the end of 2009. Vol. 3 Muted Brass offers 8 Solo-Trumpets, 8 Solo-Trombones, 7 Trumpet-Sections und 5 Trombone-Sections.

Chris Hein Horns is an outstanding virtual sampled brass instrument library. CHH Vol. 3 has a unique user interface. 72 control-features in 11 different edit pages let you customize any aspect of sound shaping and playability.

Chris Hein Horns Vol 3 Muted features

  • About 20.000 samples in 14 GB content.
  • Approx. 2.000 samples per instrument.
  • 18 different playing techniques.
  • All playing techniques in one program.
  • Up to 8 velocities per note.
  • 72 control features in 11 edit-pages.
  • 6 DSP EFX and 21 high class convolution reverbs included.
  • New control features: Key-Switch Presets, Hot-Keys, Key-Vibrato and Real-Vibrato, Legato- and Glide-Mode, Growl-Control, Air-Control, Keys-Control, Spit-Control, Dirty-Notes, Breath Release-Trigger, and more.

Chris Hein Horns Vol 3 Muted is available for Windows and Mac (Kontakt Player 3.5/Kontakt 3 or higher) for 399 EUR incl. VAT. A crossgrade from CHH Vol.1 or 2 is available for 249 EUR.

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  • CYKA

    Sample libraries are just too big now, and much too expensive. I bought a used alto sax for $200 and I created my own sample library that has every note and every type of playing I do in it, and it’s less than 100mb in size. What could they possibly be doing to get to 14gb (just for vol 3)? What is the size for all 3 volumes, 40-50gb? What a waste of disk space.

    Also, with the high cost of the software, it’s cheaper just to buy the actual instruments (used) and record them yourself. Of course, most people are too incompetent to do that, so they are taxed for their lack of talent by being forced into expensive software such as this.

    I don’t have anything against this particular sample library, but all sample libraries of this size and cost are not even remotely appealing. Who actually buys this stuff (not pirates it) and why? I would like to know. Really.

  • It’s great if your sampled instrument works for you, but don’t forget that the Chris Hein library actually has tons of instruments.

    – Trumpet A Mt Harmon
    – Trumpet B Mt Harmon
    – Trumpet C Mt Harmon
    – Trumpet D Mt Harmon
    – Trumpet E Mt Straight
    – Trumpet F Mt Straight
    – Trumpet G Mt CUP
    – Trumpet H Mt CUP
    – Trombone-Tenor A Mt Cup
    – Trombone-Tenor B Mt Cup
    – Trombone-Tenor C Mt Straight
    – Trombone-Tenor D Mt Bucket
    – Trombone-Bass A Mt Cup
    – Trombone-Bass B Mt Cup
    – Trombone-Bass C Mt Straight
    – Trombone-Bass D Mt Bucket

    – Trumpet Section – 4 Open 4 Harmon 2 Cup 2Straight
    – Trumpet Section – 2 Open 2 Straight 2 Cup
    – Trumpet Section – 1 Open 1 Harmon 1 Cup 1 Straight
    – Trumpet Section – 2 Harmon 2 Cup
    – Trumpet Section – 4 Harmon (A/B/C/D)
    – Trumpet Section – 2 Harmon (A/B)
    – Trumpet Section – 2 Harmon (C/D)
    – Trombone Section – 6 Open 4 Cup 2 Straight 2 Bucket
    – Trombone Section – 4 Cup 2 Straight 2 Bucket
    – Trombone Section – 4 Cup
    – Trombone Section – 2 Cup 2 Straight 2 Bucket Bass-Trombone
    – Trombone Section – 2 Cup 2 Straight 2 Bucket Tenor-Trombone

    Buying all the instruments used for this library would not be cheaper for sure.

    They also used 18 different playing techniques and up to 8 velocities per note.

    I’m not really a fan of big sample libraries myself, but seeing as I can’t play any brass instruments myself I don’t know any other way I can have realistic sampled instruments without getting a library like the Chris Hein one.

  • @Cyka For many people who do music for a living, *time* is a big factor, and they’d often gladly pay (which includes considering sampling services such as yours) — so I wouldn’t dismiss anyone as incompetent without substantiating specifics. It’s more important to learn what someone’s needs are.

    Your generalizations aren’t useful, and as for “Who actually buys this stuff”, for instance, see the testimonials @ — all of EastWest’s flagship libraries are at least several gigabytes in size, which isn’t that big when you consider you can buy 1.5TB hard drives for US$100.

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