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Orchestral Tools releases Berlin Con Sordino Strings

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Orchestral Tools has announced the release of Berlin Con Sordino Strings. Part of the Berlin series of sampled instruments, the library features the gentle, rounded sound of muted—con sordino—strings. Perfect for contemporary compositions, Berlin Con Sordino Strings combines subtlety and precision, offering unique textures with an extensive array of articulations.

While other libraries artificially simulate string dampening, Berlin Con Sordino Strings delivers the meticulously recorded tones of physically muted instruments and the distinct style and feel produced from con sordino playing.

Con Sordino Strings is powered by Orchestral Tools' SINE Player and features 50GB (SINEarc compressed) 24-bit/48kHz samples.

Con Sordino Strings is also available as part of the Berlin Strings Bundle, containing 7 string collections and featuring over 550 articulations.

As part of a limited time intro offer, Orchestral Tools are offering all 7 Berlin strings libraries on SINE for €999 or with a standalone for Con Sordino Strings pricing of €349 until June 9, 2022.

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