Yes. Most film scores contain orchestral material recorded in different locations. This library is recorded in a fairly dry but beautiful sounding space, with great mics and pres, so you can use the two onboard reverbs to adjust the sound to more closely match your existing palette. We find adding about 25% to your wet libraries and 65% to your dry libraries will work fine. Make sure you don’t have the dry stuff too loud either - to sound like they’re in the band, they’ve got to be in and amongst the action. If your setup is quite a dry sound, why not leaven the sound with some Swarms with a nice long hall on, to give you extra light and shade?
Articles in this section
- Will Orchestral Swarm be included in the 'Swarms' collection?
- Why is the mid room mic not available on the strings in Orchestral Swarm?
- I'm not familiar with the microphones used in Orchestral Swarm
- How do I orchestrate with Orchestral Swarm?
- Will Orchestral Swarm Blend with wetter libraries from Spitfire?
- How can I use Orchestral Swarm effectively?
- What context is Orchestral Swarm best used in?
- Why do I need Orchestral Swarm?
- How It Works - Orchestral Swarm