Native Instruments introduces SESSION HORNS PRO

May 21, 2014
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Berlin, May, 19 2014 – Native Instruments today introduced
SESSION HORNS
PRO
– a major upgrade to the popular SESSION HORNS, offering 10 times
the power, flexibility and detail of the original. SESSION HORNS PRO now
provides users with an extended and comprehensive sample library of horn
sounds, customizable horn sections of up to 6 instruments, and
intelligent play modes for increased playability.

SESSION HORNS PRO’s highly detailed 30GB sample library comes with
additional velocity layers, round robins and articulations. The
instrument range is expanded to include three saxophones, two trombones,
three trumpets, a tuba, and a flugelhorn. All instruments can be played
solo or as a part of customizable horn sections. 38 horn section presets
provide common section types from popular music, making the process of
finding the right sound easy for users of every level.

SESSION HORNS PRO’s Animator feature is also boosted to include over 200
ready-to-play riffs – up to six phrases can be combined at once. The
Smart Voice Split feature identifies the correct instrument for each
note, providing authentic horn arrangements without needing
sophisticated knowledge of arrangement techniques. 34 articulations,and
added true vibrato samples deliver an exceptional level of authenticity
throughout. The revamped mixer section also adds a new level in control
over the final sound, both over individual instruments and via master
effects such as compression, EQ, tape saturation, and a low-pass filter.

SESSION HORNS PRO was created in partnership with e-instruments – the
specialists for intensely detailed sampled instruments. Thomas Koritke
and his team have captured the clarity, sparkle, and liveliness of these
horns in outstanding sound quality.

SESSION HORNS PRO is available now via the NI Online Shop or at
participating retailers, and costs $299 / 299 € / £249 / ¥ 34,800.
Owners of SESSION HORNS can upgrade for $199 / 199 € / £169 / ¥ 22,800.
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