Audio Imperia "Jaeger: Essential Modern Orchestra"
Deriving from the German word Jäger, meaning Hunter, JAEGER is the first release in a series of orchestral instruments that will usher you into a new era of modern cinematic music. As composers, we constantly find ourselves chasing that next creative spark, but our short deadlines don’t always allow us the time to let inspiration hit. You have to simply apply fingers to keys and pour the music into your sequencer.
To overcome this, JAEGER was created by a team of industry veterans who set out on this endeavor with two, seemingly, simple goals:
* An incredible sound straight out of the box
* An incredibly user-friendly engine and interface
Before settling on the exact specs for the library, the guys received extensive feedback from a number of highly successful, working composers to ensure no stone was left unturned. The constant pressure and tight deadlines demands for libraries with easy load times and maximum flexibility for a quick workflow.
With all of that in mind, the orchestral parts of JAEGER contain individual sections for strings, brass, and percussion. Though the library is primarily focused on punchy, epic music (i.e. no woodwinds), it is not just designed to be loud; it is cinematic. JAEGER offers the following:
* Up to 6 morphing velocity layers.
* Up to 9 Random, No Repetition, Round Robin.
* Dynamic Pure Tuning for Strings & Brass, just like a real orchestra.
* Preserved Original Recording Levels.
* Non-Distance Compensated Mixes & Distance Compensated Mixes for Percussion, the best of both worlds.
* Separate Sections for Strings: 16 Violins, 10 Violas, 6 Celli, 4 Basses
* Separate Sections for Brass: 3 Trumpets, 6 Horns, 2 Tenor & 2 Bass Trombones, 2 Tubas.
* Expansive Percussion Section: Gran Cassa Ensemble, Taikos (Small), Taikos (Medium), Taikos (Large), Concert Tom Ensemble, Concert Snare (Low) Ensemble, Concert Snare (High) Ensemble, Sticks, Tam Tam, Piatti.
In true Audio Imperia fashion, we added more to the library than you’d normally expect. The orchestral sections are complemented by processed percussion mixes (by Decimator Drums producer Martin Hasseldam), an extensive sound design section, and most importantly, an incredibly unique vocal section featuring internationally renowned vocalist Merethe Soltvedt.
Merethe Soltvedt is an award-winning vocalist who has performed for composers such as Jeff Broadbent, Henry Lai, Tom Salta, Ivan Torrent and companies like Brand X, Two Steps From Hell, and Ghostwriter Music. A truly unique voice that will add a whole other dimension to your music.
Be the Hunter, Not the Hunted!