Steinberg2 – Cinematique Instruments – Zilhouette Strings – User Manual

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Thank you for purchasing Zilhouette Strings.
How to install?
In order to properly install your HALion library please follow the instructions
given on the Steinberg website or watch the „How to install“ HALion
instruments video.
For any kind of questions concerning the installation or registration of HALion
instruments please contact Steinberg – in terms of the instrument please
contact us at : support@cinematique-instruments.comThe Concept
Zilhouette Strings is a collection of string instruments.
It includes 7 violins, 2 violas, 7 cellos and 2 basses in total. The musicians
who were recorded are german-known session and live orchestra
musicians. Everything was recorded in several sessions in the CI
recording rooms in Cologne – done in a close and intimate distance to
the instrument as well as in a solo and trio situation. They used
condenser mics such as Neumann U-87 and TLM 103, Schoeps MK4 as
well as dynamic mics such as Sennheiser MD421, AKG D112 among others.
Zilhouette Strings is a collection of orchestral string sounds which are
directly at your fngertips. You can quickly select the amount of player
(Players), mix the separate instrument groups at your own requirements,
select the kind of seating and place them into an ambience. That´s it –
and all with an intimate, natural and catchy sound.
Zilhouette Stings are extremly fexible and you can surely use them for a
wide range of musical genres.This leads to many more ensemble variations than initially thought by
leaving out single instruments or instrument groups. You are even able to
play solo instruments by selecting – for example – the quartett ensemble
and turn down three of the four instrument groups.
Zilhouette Strings provides a sweetness function which lets the overall
sound of all instruments change from natural (left end position) to sweet
and smooth (right end position). By using this option you can easily let
Zilhouette Strings sound further away.
Besides adjusting your favourite type of player ensemble you can also
decide the kind of seating, available is the „American“ or the „German“
seating. In order to generally set all panning to center please use the
“of” option.
Zilhouette Strings provides three diferent articulations in one GUI/
instruments. By clicking on the articulation type a drop down menu
appears which lets you select bewteen: LONGS – SHORTS and
PIZZICATO articulation for all instruments.You can easily difer between all three articulation by the kind of
backdrop. The Pizzicato articualtion looks greensh, the longs beige and
the short articualtion is black and white.
The knob controls the amount of reverb
Reverb Type
By clicking on the name you can select from 4 diferent reverb types
such as Room, Hall, Special and Infnite
A great and absolute unique feature of Zilhouette Strings is the `Players`
option. You can select between diferent amounts of player – we have
done solo and trio sessions which means that Zilhouette Strings can
build up several `true` player ensembles. You can choose between a …
Quartett (1/1/1/1)
Full Range (7/2/7/2)
Chamber Ensemble (6/2/3/1)
Just Lows (0/0/7/2)
Just Highs (7/2/0/0)PACKAGE:
One complex patch including 3 articulations and 5 types of ensembles
(Players) each. Zilhouette Strings needs approx. data is 2.8 GB
uncompressed (ca 4.400 Samples). HALion 6 and HALion Sonic3 is
– 3 articulations
– easy-to-use interface
– quickly mixable instrument groups
– 5 diferent `true` players sizes/ ensembles per articulation
– 3 diferent kinds of seating
– several fne selected reverb types
– warm, intimate and natural sounding
– extremly fexible
In DetailWe wish you a great deal of fun and inspiration using our instruments.
Thanks to René, Jumpel, Jonas and Niklas at Cinematique Instruments
and Florian, Matthias, Michael and Frank at Steinberg.
Copyright © January, 2019 by Cinematique Instruments, Cologne, Germany

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