Synthphonica Strings is a virtual ensemble of strings consisting of sections conformed by violin, viola, cello and double bass, which can also be played as solo instruments. It includes sampled articulations like staccato, marcato, spiccato and legato as well as bowing techniques such as pizzicato and tremolo. Complementarily features four analog strings based on classic polyphonic synthesizers.


Quick selector to switch between different preset sounds:

String Orchestra.

Chamber Strings.

String Quartet.

Legato Bowed Strings.

Marcato Detache.

Staccato Strings.

Spiccato Strings.

Pizzicato Strings.

Tremolo Strings.

Martele Bow Stroke.

Sautille Effect.


Violin Bowed.

Violin Spiccato.

Violin Pizzicato.

Violin Tremolo.

Viola Bowed.

Viola Spiccato.

Viola Pizzicato.

Viola Tremolo.

Cello Bowed.

Cello Spiccato.

Cello Pizzicato.

Cello Tremolo.

Contrabass Bowed.

Contrabass Spiccato.

Contrabass Pizzicato.

Contrabass Tremolo.

Korg X5-D Strings.

Memorymoog Strings.

SC Prophet T8 Strings.

Oberheim OB-X Strings.

Wider Spatial Auralization: The string ensemble sections features a stereophonic sound panning to increase the audible perspective, even without using the built-in reverberation.

ADSR envelope generator.

Portamento/Glide control.

Reverb Effect Built-in.

Multiple-Mode Filter that includes LP (Low pass), BP (Band pass), HP (High pass), notch, peak, low pass and high pass shelving filter with adjustable cutoff and bandwidth.

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