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  • Trumpet VST

    Has anyone come across a good trumpet VST? I've been using the LABS one which is pretty good, but very limited. It is free though!

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    I love the Spitfire Audio stuff and I have 'most' of their libraries. I probably bought $1k worth of them, but eventually I started getting many for free since I have a decent sized YT channel and a blog to review them.

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      Yes, they are of wonderful quality. The labs' products have been like a gateway drug into sample libraries for me!

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        Try to get Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra for free if you are a student. If not and you can afford it, look into some of their more advanced audio libraries.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Dylan Fallon View Post
          Try to get Spitfire Audio BBC Symphony Orchestra for free if you are a student. If not and you can afford it, look into some of their more advanced audio libraries.
          Thanks for the response

          Yes, I have that. It's not bad. I also have their Epic Brass which is pretty good, but what I'm really looking for is a Solo Trumpet VST.

          I've found this https://www.cmusic.pro/product-cat/s...olo-trumpet-3/ - but I can't find any reviews. I'll probably splash out when i get paid!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Hectorjelly View Post

              Thanks for the response

              Yes, I have that. It's not bad. I also have their Epic Brass which is pretty good, but what I'm really looking for is a Solo Trumpet VST.

              I've found this https://www.cmusic.pro/product-cat/s...olo-trumpet-3/ - but I can't find any reviews. I'll probably splash out when i get paid!
              This probably won't do exactly you want, is limited to 15 seconds and seems to come with a bit of built-in reverb. But maybe you can find a use for it on some project. And it's free

              https://sites.research.google/tonetransfer

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