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Symphonic Ensemble

Modulation (Flanger / Phaser / Chorus / Tremolo) Plugin by Synthescience
Symphonic Ensemble
Symphonic Ensemble by Synthescience is a Virtual Effect Audio Plugin for Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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The Symphonic Ensemble is a VST plugin modeled after the Chorus/Ensemble stage found on a vintage Strings Machine model currently owned by Synthescience.

It is a special kind of Chorus in the way that employs three independent stages of chorus linked in parallel, modulated at a different phase and rate each, and then mixed with the original sound to impart that characteristic Strings Ensemble sound. It is a far more richer effect than chorus by itself and it can instantly turn any harsh or dull waveform into something organic and alive.

(Sounds naturally good on synthesized brassy pads as well as on guitars, other sound sources can benefit from it too).

The controllers are very few, meaning that with little tweaking you can get "That" sound right there on the spot.

The Symphonic Ensemble is fully automatable and has the ability to store 32 presets. It ships with a few already pre programmed ones that will show what its all about.

Installation procedure: Unzip the file, then copy the DLLs into your VstPlugins folder.

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Comments & Discussion for Synthescience Symphonic Ensemble

Discussion: Active
10 May 2015 at 10:21pm


16 December 2020 at 4:29am

Cannot find any way to download this, regardless of whether I am logged in to KVR or not.

16 December 2020 at 10:56am

This "new KVR" is bad.

Go to the left of this page, click Downloads, and the top link onn that page is yours.

Also, be sure to check out Valhalla's SpaceModulator: it's free, it's not buggy, it gives a very similar effect but with more options.


16 December 2020 at 4:58pm

Thanks so much, Vospi.

I had done that previously, but had not tried to actually click on "static.kvraudio" which, for anyone else who is having this problem, is what you have to click on, and is in very small type at the end of the sentence starting with the Windows logo.

That worked a treat.

I will also check out Valhalla's Space Modulator - thanks for the suggestion.

Thanks again.

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