Best Free Orchestral VSTs (2018) – Realistic instruments

If you’re looking for some FREE realistic
instruments to make music with, I pulled together 5 of the best ones I could find. [Example of how a note will sound on each instrument] There are examples of what each one sounds
like too, so stick around. [Best Free Orchestral VSTs 2018]
[Realistic Instrument Plugins] Hey everyone, Jake from Transverse Audio here. There are SO MANY free instruments out there,
it can make it really hard to find ones that are worth your time. Stick around until the end of the video, the
last one is going to really surprise you. As always, download links are in the description. As far as acoustic guitars go, AGM Lite II
is a really high-quality plugin for being free. I was kind of surprised it wasn’t a paid instrument
with its professional Interface and an abundance of options to play with. [Example of how AGM Lite II sounds] Another feature packed into this is the strummer,
which you can activate using this note here and turn it off by using the lower velocities
on the same note. [AGM Lite II strummer example] or by going to the strummer option and pressing play there, after you’ve selected the pattern
or have made your own. You can also play the score from the tab using
this key here, [Guitar Tab example] or by going to the tab optionand pressing play here. [Guitar Tab example] KEYZONE Classic is a versatile piano plugin, especially when you throw some subtle reverb on it. With 5 different pianos included, you can
use this plugin in many situations. [KEYZONE Piano Example] This plugin also comes with the ability to
control different parameters, as well as the note velocity on the keyboard itself. [KEYZONE Piano Example] DSK Overture includes 4 slots to load up different
instruments and instrument groups (as combos). These can all be routed to different MIDI
channels and in the piano roll, you’ll need to set what channel each note triggers. This plugin is, however, very CPU intensive,
so you’ll probably only be able to use one, maybe two instances of this plugin per project. [DSK Overture Example] To get around this, I recommend bouncing the
MIDI tracks you use with this to WAV or other audio file formats and simply remove the plugin
once all of the tracks are bounced. [DSK Overture Example] Now, with DSK ChoirZ is pretty good, and you’ll
probably find a more realistic choir out there if you put some money into it. But, it’s one of the only plugins I could find that has a good sounding choir that doesn’t cost money. [DSK ChoirZ plugin example] This is the grand finale, the moment you’ve
all been waiting for. This behemoth contains an array of different
orchestral sounds ranging from strings and brass to percussion and piano. Many of these allow for different articulation too. If you go into this plugin with attention
to detail, you can really get some good results out of it. [VSCO2 Orchestral Plugin Example] Now, these are definitely not all of the free
realistic instrument plugins out there. I hope you enjoyed the video and if you did,
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