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Time+Space now shipping ProjectSAM Symphobia

ProjectSAM Symphobia

Time+Space is now shipping ProjectSAM Symphobia, an orchestral sample library powered by Kontakt 2 Player.

SYMPHOBIA is everything you have been missing in your orchestral palette – immersive ensemble multi-samples attained by true ensemble recordings and intense cinematic effects, all available in a rich selection of combinations and articulations. With SYMPHOBIA, you have at your disposal an extremely inspiring orchestral tool for scoring film, games and television.

ProjectSAM Symphobia features

  • Live recordings of orchestral full-ensemble multi-samples captured in a beautiful concert hall environment.
  • Vast library of orchestral clusters, rips and other instantly inspiring cinematic effects.
  • Covering strings, all-new brass, woodwinds and much more.
  • Lots of additional cinematic content including Dystopia II and ethnic flute phrases.
  • Two mic sets available: Concert Stage and Close mic.
  • Orchestral sections recorded as full-range ensembles, pre-seated on the stage.
  • Custom Kontakt scripting and interface offering repetition, simulated legato, octaver and more.
  • Approx. 18 GB library pool in 44.1 kHz 24-bit.
  • NI Kontakt Player 2 included.
  • Mapping/programming unlocked, audio/scripting locked.

ProjectSAM Symphobia is available now for £899 GBP / 1199 EUR (inc. VAT). Don’t forget you can still enter the Time+Space Symphobia contest for a chance to win a copy of Symphobia.

Visit Time+Space for more information.

  • David Coscina

    I just got this library and frankly it was well worth the $1500. Seriously. I bought this the same week as Omnisphere and while I love Omni I am more of an orchestral guy so I gravitate towards Symphobia whenever I boot up my Mac tower or laptop. It runs smoothly on both 2.66ghz Mac tower and 1.83 ghz Macbook. The release trails are utterly realistic and this thing has fooled some people already with its realistic sound. Maybe not as many velocity layers as VSL but VSL never pulled the wool over people’s ears as much as Symphobia has….

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