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Synful User Sound Examples

Vivaldi - Summer

Antonio Vivaldi

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anonymous

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anonymous

I decided to give Synful a shot at Vivaldi and it was... incredible! If you were to listen to this with no context you couldn't tell if it was real or not. This is not the Raw sound, I applied some reverb and a Neumann U 87 Emulation plugin, and I was surprised at how realistic it sounds, The reverb masks the "Digital feel" of it. Delay for expression is on, and I humanized the midi tracks a bit to sound "Human" Overall, this is a great orchestral plugin. The only thing that I noticed is that the notes sort of "blend" into each other sometimes but that's fine for me.

Plugins used: Synful, Space Designer, BESURE-N87, (Stock) EQ

Rhapsody in Blue (Slow Theme)

George Gershwin

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Arianna Cunningham

© 2024 by Arianna Cunningham

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Arianna Cunningham

Another excerpt from my own arrangement to Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, the iconic Slow Theme (referred to mostly as the "Love Theme"). The Tubular Bells & 8va Violin Solo lead were inspired, influenced, and taken from a couple interpretations from Phil Spitalny's Hour of Charm (All Girl Orchestra), and Italian Pianist "Antonio Davi'. I even experimented a little on increasing the value of the String Players's timing, Modulation, and Chorus effect making the whole string section sound a bit Hollywoodesque.

The Orchestral Woodwinds, Brass, and Strings are 100% Synful, while the rest of the parts are used through different various instrument libraries.

Rhapsody in Blue (Introduction)

George Gershwin

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Arianna Cunningham

© 2024 by Arianna Cunningham

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Arianna Cunningham

I came across Synful Orchestra through an article listing the best free orchestral libraries as of now, and to be honest, I was literally blown away by the realism this now-free orchestral library had to offer!

This is an excerpt that I myself have made on one of George Gershwin's famous Jazz/Orchestral masterpieces of all time! Of course, The iconic introduction to Rhapsody in Blue wouldn't be complete with that recognizable clarinet solo.

Messed around with the Harmonic Tilt/Harms Parity within the Brass, used a Vibrato/Tremolo filter for both Clarinet and Trumpet. Pianos, Percussion, and other Instruments were used through other instrument libraries outside of Synful.

Keep Away the Beauty From the Dirt

Braulio Almeida

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Braulio Almeida

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Braulio Almeida

As I listen to some of my old tunes, I'm reminded of this fantastic plugin. Despite today's advanced technology and all the AI innovations, nothing quite matches the expressiveness and beauty of this absolute masterpiece of software ingenuity. My heartfelt congratulations to the creator, and a big thank you.
In this particular track, I've incorporated Synful alongside other instruments to showcase its versatility across different musical contexts.

Trio II (Brandenburg Concerto no. 1)

Johann Sebastian Bach

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Phil Joseph Yrad

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Phil Joseph Yrad

As I discovered Synful Orchestra, I had to test how well it works in Musescore, now that the notation program supports VST3 plugins. I am impressed by the results. It responds well with staccato, accent, and slurs to some extent. I made this mockup of the Brandenburg Concerto no. 1 Trio II to showcase how it performs with Musescore. I conclude that Synful Orchestra serves as a nice option for users who want a lightweight plugin, and has minimal programming required. The only real work you have to do is to set the playback of playing techniques (tremolo, pizz, etc.) Aside from that, just input the notes, articulation marks, and press play.

Il sigaro di Luca

Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

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Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

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Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

"il sigaro di Luca" twelve-tone piece for three Bb clarinets. Dedicated to my composition teacher Luca Cori and to the memory of his cigar during the appsionate music lessons at the conservatory.
Reverbs Presonus Studio One 5,5, No Delay for Expression was used.

My first Synful demo

Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

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Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

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Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

My first Synful demo: Muted Horn 1, Flutes and Strings;
Native Reverbs of Presonus Studio One 5.5.
No Delay for Expression was used.
Programmed and composed by Mariano Cardillo Photographer - Italy

HornTest

Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

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Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

Mariano Cardillo Fotografo- Italy

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Mariano Cardillo Fotografo

Horn test. Composed and programmed by Mariano Cardillo. No Delay for Expression was used.

String Quartet No. 16

Beethoven

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I prefer to be anonymous

00:00 / 7:46:40

I prefer to be anonymous

I decided to try Synful Orchestra on Beethoven. It did pretty well, but I had to do some tweaking. This is not the raw sound and I put in some effects in the master track and delay for expression is on. I think it did a fairly decent job.

Paganini Caprice 38 for Solo Violin

Doug Katsaros

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Doug Katsaros

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Doug Katsaros

I had been scoring a piece for a high profile network TV biography special. There was a suggestion by the director to use a public domain Paganini Caprice as one of the elements. I hired a violinist, but the ensuing takes were not as brisk or clean as the producer had hoped. So I told him I had a secret weapon, and produced the thing at home with Synful. And he bought it, with praise for the "artist!" In fact, much of the score was emulated with Synful Orchestra, making the sweetening recording session much less expensive. Thank you for saving my neck again!

Turangalila 1

Olivier Messiaen

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Claude-Samuel Levine

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Claude-Samuel Levine

I was really blasted by the Rite of Spring sample made with Synful ! in comparaison with a Boulez version, people think that the Boulez one is the synthesized version! ( anyway i like very much Boulez very subtle way of conducting. ) I am a music of Olivier Messiaen lover and I made an example of the first part of Turangalila Symphony Movement 1 using Synful Orchestra 2.3.0 demo for Woods, Brass and strings, Pianoteq for the piano ( physical model ), various samples for percussions and vibes

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Inside -- Improvisation for Orchestra

Frederic Rousseau

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Frederic Rousseau

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Frederic Rousseau

When I discovered Synful, I was very interested in testing it, and how it used additive synthesis to reproduce Orchestra sounds. When I tried it, I was impressed with its expressiveness and the
realistic quality of it After few hours of works , it feels like playing real instruments and creating with a live orchestra. I used Dverb from Protools.

Concerto for Orchestra

Bela Bartok

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Danilo Madonia

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Danilo Madonia

And now, a little Bartok demo, a small portion of "Intermezzo Interrotto" from "Concerto per Orchestra". Two Synful strings on Mac, Synful winds and brass on PC, plus MachFive2 (on Mac) playing Harp and Timpani. Reverb is Lexicon.

Confused

Ash Madni

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Ash Madni

00:00 / 45:00:11

Ash Madni

Inspired by the works of Bela Bartok, I wanted to explore semi atonal/microtonal harmonic territory. I have attempted to do this within my "Confused" series for string quartet. However, that said using Sibelius 6 on its own didn't give the sound I wanted, and not having access to a string quartet, I wanted to invest in state of the art VST technology to bring the best out of the compositions, bar getting a real live string quartet to play it! Enter Synful!!

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