Cinematic Strings 2.11u4 EV’s unofficial update
As promised here’s the (hopefully) last installment of unofficial updates for Cinematic Strings 2 – all samples have gone through 20dB precise denoising algorithm.
Numerous other changes have taken place since its first appearance as version 2.11 .
Some features included here are not to be found on commercial version, notably Con Sordino, Static and Dynamic patches.
This update is cumulative – you don’t need previous ones.
2.11u3 introduced Con Sordino, meticulously crafted and modeled through Kontakt’s internal EQ engine…
07/04/2015 | 15.2 GB
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Here’s short video I made for you to demonstrate some of the features…
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2.11u1 – February 2013
Fixed Decay time on sustain articulation to remove noise buildup
Fixed AC hum in release samples and short notes
2.11u2 – April 2013
Value 0 on CC1 no longer mutes the sound, zero value now refers to pure pp samples. Please execute niente using CC11
Added Dynamic patches with wider dynamic range on CC1
2.11u3 – March 2015
New Sordino patches – modelled Con Sordino using Kontakt built-in 3-band EQ
New Static patches – CC1 crossfades between layers without volume differences
Improved legato transitions on mp and pp
Improved volume curve on Dynamic patches
2.11u4 – April 2015
Further 20dB wide-band denoising to compensate for artificial CS
Credit goes to CS2 developers for making this library – if you have spare resources, please support them by purchasing it. My mods after 2.11 are CC BY-SA .
Enjoy! I made it for you after all.
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