Orchestral Tools: Berlin Woodwinds Revive

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Guy Rowland
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Orchestral Tools: Berlin Woodwinds Revive

Post by Guy Rowland » Oct 25, 2017 5:28 am


Berlin Woodwinds is the industry standard when it comes to sampled woodwind collections.
The product that started our journey at the Teldex Scoring Stage in 2012, now received a huge update called Berlin Woodwinds Revive.
Most instruments have been newly recorded and, best of all, the whole original Berlin Woodwinds from 2012 with additional tweaks is included. This gives you as a composer double the number of instruments for ultimate flexibility and possibilities for doubling.
The purchase of Berlin Woodwinds consists of two separate collections that are available together as one big collection: Berlin Woodwinds Revive, containing all-new instruments, as well as Berlin Woodwinds Legacy, featuring the classic Berlin Woodwinds Instruments from 2012.


Piccolo (new recordings)
Flute 1
Flute 2 (new recordings)
Flute 3 (new recordings)
Alto Flute (new instrument)
Oboe 1 (new recordings)
Oboe 2 (new recordings)
English Horn (new recordings)
Clarinet 1 (new recordings)
Clarinet 2
Bassoon 1
Bassoon 2

Additionally, Berlin Woodwinds Legacy contains the following Ensembles:
Flute Ensemble 8va
Clarinet Ensemble a3


The freedom to choose the right attack on sustains in specific musical situations is crucial.
With Berlin Woodwinds Revive we deliver Soft, Immediate and Accented Attacks for full flexibility.


Berlin Woodwinds Revive contains our famous and fluid Adaptive Legato System which naturally adapts to your performance.
Depending on your playing speed, CAPSULE automatically chooses the right legato style (slurred, fast runs) for the most natural results.


In film music and big orchestral scores, woodwinds and runs belong together. With Berlin Woodwinds Revive we deliver runs patches for almost all instruments to realize realistic and agile runs.
In Berlin Woodwinds Legacy, additionally we offer Octave Scale Runs and the Runs Builder for the flute and clarinet ensembles.


The Trills Orchestrator script manages the biggest collection of different trills and interval tremolos ever created and it is a huge time-saver. Choose your trill interval by just pressing the starting note and final note. Available Trills: half tone, whole tone, minor 3rd, major 3rd, 4th, augmented 4th and 5th trills (Berlin Woodwinds Legacy)


The Berlin Woodwinds concept of building ensembles or divisi parts offers you the highest value of flexibility. Build your custom ensembles or write polyphonic woodwind chorales in the quality that made Berlin Woodwinds to the standard for film composers around the wold.


Like in all our Berlin Series Main Collections, in Berlin Woodwinds Revive we offer a complete mic setup for full blending flexibility:
- Close
- AB
- Tree
- Sorround


Until November 08 we offer this unbeatable Woodwinds collection for an Intro price of just 549€ + VAT. The normal price will be 649€ + VAT.

For existing Berlin Woodwinds users we offer an attractive Berlin Woodwinds Revive crossgrade of just 199€ + VAT. Your verification is your email address that you used when you purchased the original Berlin Woodwinds. Please make sure to read the install email - the library has to be installed in the same structure as the original Berlin Woodwinds.

The crossgrade will be available until End of December 2017!

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Re: Orchestral Tools: Berlin Woodwinds Revive

Post by Anders Wall » Oct 25, 2017 10:03 am

Damn I was late to the party...
With EW Hollywood Winds, Cinesamples and Spitfire I can't bare myself to get another library.
They DO, do sound SUPER nice.

Wish sample companies would do crossgrades :-)
Like software companies.
I would burn my EW Hollywood-series for the Berlins :-O


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Re: Orchestral Tools: Berlin Woodwinds Revive

Post by Lawrence » Oct 25, 2017 2:00 pm

Tempted, Guy?
(YOU can call me Larry)

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Re: Orchestral Tools: Berlin Woodwinds Revive

Post by mr anxiety » Oct 25, 2017 4:41 pm

Curious how the (4) original instruments that they are keeping are able to match the new content.

Did they record with all of the mic positions back in 2012 and just not use them?

Also the new attack options, etc., did they do another recording session?

Full of questions....lol

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Re: Orchestral Tools: Berlin Woodwinds Revive

Post by Guy Rowland » Oct 25, 2017 6:19 pm

Lawrence wrote:Tempted, Guy?
I haven't fully checked it out really, but I don't think I'm up for a big new woodwind library.

About mic positions - I think my ideal library would have 2, close and stage, like the first Symphobia. Everything else can be reverb and spatialisation. Its a bit of a turn off for me to pay a lot of money and need acres of disk space for stuff I don't need. So I'm kinda hoping one day they do a lite version of the Berlin range.

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