[LAU] Recommended near-realistic strings section generator?

James Stone jamesmstone at gmail.com
Tue May 20 06:26:08 UTC 2014

Maybe loomer if you want synth strings? Otherwise a gig or SFZ -based
sample set to load in linuxsampler - free:

Sonatina: http://sso.mattiaswestlund.net

This thread discusses using cakewalk instruments:


On 20 May 2014 03:28, "Jonathan E Brickman" <jeb at ponderworthy.com> wrote:

>  Right now I'm using Fluidsynth running a soundfont which I customized a
> good bit, but it's just not quite what I want; I want it recognizably a
> string section, 88-key range, rumbly power in the low, smooth but a
> definite bit of fuzz in mids and highs.  I'll take any technology, and will
> do payware, as long as it runs well on 64-bit Arch Linux.  Anyone got a
> recommend?
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>  Jonathan E. Brickman
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