Garritan Personal Orchestra gives you a complete orchestra – strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion, keyboards and more. Version 5 is a major new update, now with more than 500 instruments to choose from. Also included are a wide variety of instrument-specific articulations and techniques, performance spaces and reverbs, and instrument body resonances, all engineered to provide incredible realism and authenticity to your music.
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“…GPO offers everything you need to get started with computer-based orchestration straight right out of the box….A thoroughly comprehensive orchestral library which omits no instruments of note, and throws in some rare ones…. despite its modest price, this library features some of the best sampled woodwinds I have heard…. its samples are well chosen, versatile and expressive.”
“Pretty amazing!… A few years ago, if you’d told me that I could own a beautifully-sampled, truly portable symphony orchestra, I would have thought you were nuts. But today it exists. The Garritan Personal Orchestra is a composer’s dream. Not only are the patches eminently playable, but with my Powerbook and Korg Micro Kontrol, I can write orchestral music anywhere. I love it.”
“With the need for high quality orchestral software packages growing every day, the Garritan Personal Orchestra is a worthy contender, especially considering what you get for the paltry price tag…. it is the quality of the instruments that drives this package. Each instrument is perfectly represented, a true feat when compared to the price tag most MIDI instrument packages of this quality carry….” Winner of Front Line Award
“For years I have been blessed by the fact that I work on projects where I am able to hire live musicians, but I still need to create mock ups of my scores to present to directors for approval. I found that Garritan Personal Orchestra is the perfect software tool to use when creating these orchestral mock-ups. I am able to concentrate on the composing instead of getting sidetracked in spending time searching through my collection of libraries.”