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Virtual instruments

Virtual Instruments for live and studio use. VI or software instruments are widely available in all common plug-in formats such as VST, AU, and AAX for use in Avid Pro Tools, Logic, Steinberg Cubase, Ableton Live, or other DAWs. Some can also be run "stand-alone" as an independent program and many for both Mac and PC.

We carry all the major brands such as. Native Instruments, Spectrasonics, Eastwest, Arturia, Toontrack, Izotope, d16 Group and many many more.

We mostly deliver digitally as a download / serial number.

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Moog Mariana

102,58
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Native Instruments Complete 14 Select

193,70
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Native Instruments Complete 14

583,70
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Native Instruments Complete 14 Ultimate

1.163,50
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Arturia Belledonne

766,88
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EastWest Forbidden Planet

294,45
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EastWest String Machine

225,55
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Newfangled Generate

97,38
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XLN Audio XOpak: Oscillations

38,68
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XLN Audio XOpak: Pastel Punch

38,68
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XLN Audio XOpak: Dusty Gold

38,68

Virtual instruments have become an indispensable part of the modern music production environment. They allow musicians to create realistic and complex soundscapes without having to invest in expensive equipment.

If you're new to virtual instruments, it can be difficult to know where to start. There are countless different options on the market, and it can be difficult to figure out which one is right for you.

In this guide, we will give you an overview of the most important things to consider when choosing a virtual instrument. We will also give you a recommendation of some of the best virtual instruments for beginners.

What is a virtual instrument?

A virtual instrument is a software-based program that can be used to create sound. Virtual Instruments can simulate the sound of different types of musical instruments, including piano, guitar, bass, drums, and more.

Virtual instruments have a number of advantages over traditional analogue instruments. They are often more affordable, easier to use and more flexible. 

What should you consider when choosing a virtual instrument?

When faced with the task of choosing a virtual instrument, there are a number of factors you should consider in order to make the best decision. Here are some key elements to guide you:

Type of instrument:
First of all, it is important to determine what type of musical instrument you are most interested in imitating or working with. There is a wealth of virtual instruments, ranging from strings and wind instruments to drums and electronic sounds. Your musical preferences and needs will therefore play a decisive role in your choice.

Price:
Virtual instruments can cost anything from a few hundred to several thousand Danish kroner. It is important to keep a budget in mind and consider whether the extra features of a more expensive program are necessary for your project.

Compatibility:
It is crucial to ensure that the virtual instrument you choose is compatible with your computer and the music production software you are using. This will save you a lot of hassle in the long run and ensure a more streamlined workflow.

Features:
Some virtual instruments come with an abundance of features that include everything from different playing styles to built-in effects. Think about what specific features will be most beneficial to your work, and then choose an instrument that best meets those requirements.

Sound quality:
One of the most decisive factors is undoubtedly the sound quality. It is important to read user reviews and listen to sound samples to get a better understanding of how the virtual instrument sounds. This will help you assess whether it meets your expectations and needs. 

Virtual instruments for beginners and professionals:

Music production has become increasingly digitized, and thus the choice of virtual instruments has become a crucial part of any musician's or producer's toolbox. The right selection can give you access to an almost infinite palette of sounds and effects, which can ultimately upgrade the quality of your compositions and productions.

Here are three recommended virtual instruments that represent the best in versatility, sound quality and ease of use:

Native Instruments Complete 14 Select

Native Instruments Complete 14 Select is a virtual instrument and effects package from Native Instruments. It's a great way to get started with virtual instruments as it includes a variety of instruments and effects covering a wide variety of genres.

The package contains:
8 Expansions: genre-specific sound packs with synth presets, drum kits, one-shots, samples and loops.
5 synthesizers: Massive, Monark, Reaktor 6, FM8 and FM8 Lite.
2 drum kits: Battery 4 and Battery 4 Lite.
2 effects: Guitar Rig 6 Player and Kontakt Player.

XLN Audio Addictive Drums 2

XLN Audio Addictive Drums 2 is a drum module designed to create realistic and modern pop and rock drums. It includes two different drum kits recorded in professional studios:

Indie ADpak: This set was recorded in an analog studio with a handmade ICE Custom Shop kit. It has a warm and authentic sound that is suitable for indie rock, alternative genres and lo-fi.
United Pop ADpak: This set was recorded in a digital studio with a vintage Leedy & Ludwig kit. It has a sharp and punchy sound that is suitable for pop, rock and electronic music.

In addition to the two drum kits, the Pop Collection also includes two MIDIpaks with different drum patterns and grooves. These can be used to create quick and easy drum tracks for your compositions.
Addictive Drums 2: Pop Collection is a great option for musicians who want to create realistic and modern pop and rock drums. It is easy to use and has good sound quality. 

Spectrasonic's Keyscape

Spectrasonic's Keyscape is every keyboard player's dream, where you get access to authentic reproductions of all kinds of acoustic and electric keyboard instruments.

Keyscape features classic instruments such as Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Upright Piano, fantastic reproduction of C7 Grand Piano, Harpsichord and many more. Modeled down to the smallest detail as only Spectrasonic's legendary Eric Persing can do..

With Keyscape you also get access to modify the sounds with a wide range of parameters, which are more comprehensive than what was possible on the original instrument. Keyscape is a great choice for musicians who want to add the best analog and digital keyboard sounds to their compositions. It is easy to use and has good sound quality.

Assessment

Spectrasonics Keyscape is a powerful and versatile library of keyboard instruments. It has good sound quality and is easy to use. Keyscape is a great choice for musicians who want to add keyboard instruments to their compositions. It is suitable for a wide variety of genres, including classical, jazz, rock and pop. 

Virtual Instruments

Virtual instruments are a great way to create realistic and complex soundscapes. With so many different options on the market, there is a virtual instrument for every taste and budget. If you are a beginner, it is a good idea to start with a virtual instrument that is easy to use and has good sound quality. The recommendations we've provided are all a good place to start.

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