Calabasas, CA (January 12, 2007)–Audio Impressions Realtime Instruments is a combination of performance software tools (the DVZ RT core engine) and, according to the company, the most comprehensive sampled instrument collection ever assembled in one box. Audio Impressions will be showing the new technology at the upcoming Winter NAMM show, taking place next week, January 18-21, in Anaheim, CA.
Conceived by veteran film and TV composer Christopher L. Stone (credited with over 2,000 scores) this automatic note allocation and orchestration process can reproduce the natural expressiveness of human players–with real time room size adjustment with individual placement control for all players and without key switching or loading and unloading samples.
According to Audio Impressions’ website, DVZ refers to the Italian term “divisi,” which means “divide,” as in dividing a section of monophonic players to handle a chord, which is exactly what live orchestral sections do. This is typically a string term, but the method applies to any ensemble of instruments. Visit www.audioimpressions.com for more information.
Audio Impressions’ Realtime Instruments contains ten sample libraries: Orchestral, Band, World, Keyboards, Guitars, Drum Kits, Music Effects, Harps, Baroque & Antique Instruments, and Les Grandes Orgues (Pipe Organs).
Look for Audio Impressions in Booth #6409 at the Winter NAMM Show.