general Impact Soundworks updated Tokyo Scoring Strings to version 1.0.3

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Last year in December 2021, Impact Soundworks released Tokyo Scoring Strings, an NI Kontakt sample library containing the sounds of Koichiro Muroya.

Fast forward to January 2022, Tokyo Scoring Strings, id est Impact Soundworks' flagship orchestral string library, has recently been updated for Native Instruments' Kontakt plug-in and the free Kontakt Player virtual instrument.

Below is additional info about this Native-instruments Kontakt library:

Features​
Native Kontrol Standard compatible​
Highly playable and expressive legato (including polyphonic legato)​
Zero Latency, Standard, and groundbreaking Lookahead playback modes​
Total Articulation Control Technology (TACT) version 3: easily create any mapping you want using key switches, velocity, midi CC, pedals — to fit your workflow​
Deep editing for power users, including legato transitions, sample offsets, and much more​
Console FX rack and mixer​
Easy control over dynamics, dynamic range, vibrato, and legato speed from the front page​

System requirements​
Native-Instruments Kontakt 6 player or full version​
Minimum random access memory: 8 gigabytes​
Recommended random access memory (All sections / Board Mix): 16 gigabytes​
Ideal random access memory (All sections / All mics): 32 gigabytes​
Hard drive space: 84 gigabytes​

 

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