Real Recorders for Your VI Collection!
NOTE: This product requires a Vienna Key (not included) to operate. Contact your Sweetwater Sales Engineer if you have questions.
Vienna Symphonic Library's VI Recorders gives you the timeless sound of the recorder in all of its glory. Replaced by the traverse flute around the 18th century, the wooden recorder or flauto dolce was one of the key instruments of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, and even Baroque era composers such as Bach, Haendel, and Vivaldi favored their even pitch and dynamics. When you pick up VLS VI Recorders virtual instrument, you too can compose with an entire spread of historical recorders at your disposal, ranging from the enchanting whistle of the soprano recorder to the hauntingly mellow timbre of the great bass recorder. With contemporary composers such as Luciano Berio, Mauricio Kagel, and Keith Jarrett experimenting with new ways to implement this long forgotten family of flutes, there's never been a better time to pick up copy of Vienna Symphonic Library's VI Recorders from Sweetwater!Vienna Symphonic Library's VI Recorders Virtual Instrument Features:
- The perfect way to add the time-tested sound of the recorder to your compositions
- Comes complete with four registers of recorders, including: soprano recorder, alto recorder, tenor recorder, and great bass recorder
- Performances include: legato intervals (with and without vibrato), repetition performances in legato and staccato, and performance trills
- Single notes include: short notes (staccato), long notes/sustains (with and without vibrato, regular, and marcato), and crescendo/diminuendo in various note lengths
- Perfect for both Medieval/Renaissance style music and modern composition alike
- All four recorders of this Instrument Collection were played by Austrian flute and recorder virtuoso Leopold Eibl
- Includes free Vienna Instruments Player with Vienna Ensemble mixing and natural articulation control
- Available in AU, VST, AAX Native, RTAS or standalone format