- Ready-to-use musical elements and textures, from ethereal pads to pulsating patterns
- Large 50-piece string ensemble, divided in 6 sections:
- 14 first violins, 10 second violins, 6 first violas, 6 second violas, 8 cellos, 6 double basses
- Total flexibility of combinations for infinite creative possibilities
- 16 mixer channels to create your own customized sound
- A host of perfectly balanced mixer presets, from optimized stereo room mixes to immersive audio
Pulsating textures, suspense-packed tensions, risers, hits, clusters, and much more — Big Bang Orchestra: Regulus reveals an abundance of effects and unusual playing techniques, originally recorded for the Synchron FX Strings I Collection.
Evoke mesmerizing soundscapes and inspiring loops played by a 50-piece string section, from lightly bowed whispers to rumbling swarms. Easily create a panoply of colors and entire sonic worlds by simply holding one or two keys, and change intensity or add variety by moving pre-configured controllers.
Just like its bigger brother Synchron FX Strings, BBO: Regulus offers production-ready musical elements in these categories: Spherical textures, character textures, glissandos, rises and hits, clusters, harmonic effects, pizzicato effects, special pads, and "inspiration crossfades". Dig into this treasure trove of tonal and atonal recordings and combine anything with everything to create your personal, unique tone.
While 50 microphones were used to capture an array of positions, from close to ambient, the Synchron Player's integrated mixer presents you with 16 channels that offer close mic signals of each ensemble, front and back mics, Decca tree, main surround, and high surround signals. A host of perfectly balanced mixer presets is readily available, from optimized stereo room mixes to immersive audio applications.
BBO: Regulus is a full-featured product with all the categories of effects and textures of Synchron FX Strings I, including the multitude of microphone positions of the Full Library. When you upgrade to Synchron FX Strings I, you get more than double the data size, with additional half-tremolo/ponticello bowing, denser and quicker played variants of all textures, alpha chord textures, slower glissandos and runs, and more.