Blisko
version
differences

there are two ways to experience blisko. Blisko collection gives you the ultimate control over the violin, viola and cello. Blisko lite presents the ensemble as an easy to use patch, pre-mapped across the keyboard.
if you’re looking for a particular instrument to add to your pallette, you can also buy the violin, viola or cello individually. However, the bundle is the best deal, giving you everything at a nice discount.
there are also a few features missing from the Lite version. You’ll find a detailed comparison below. I’ve marked the Features not included in Blisko lite in yellow.



microphone
positions



Blisko Lite

Close Ribbon
far SDC
Blisko Violin

Close Ribbon
Close LDC
far SDC
far Ribbon
Blisko Viola

Close Ribbon
Close LDC
far SDC
far Ribbon
Blisko Cello

Close Ribbon
Close LDC
far SDC
far Ribbon


included
articulations



Blisko Lite

ark
rise
ricochet


supersoft sustains
pulse sustains
col legno sustains
harmonics
harmonic trills
pointillist sustains (pizz)
pointillist sustains (brushed)
tremolo bursts
bow on wood
Blisko Violin

ark
rise
ricochet
col legno

supersoft sustains
pulse sustains
col legno sustains
harmonics
harmonic trills
harmonic tremolo
pointillist sustains (pizz)
pointillist sustains (brushed)
tremolo bursts
bow on wood
Blisko Viola

ark
rise
ricochet
col legno

supersoft sustains
pulse sustains
col legno sustains
harmonics
harmonic trills
harmonic tremolo
pointillist sustains (pizz)
pointillist sustains (brushed)
tremolo bursts
bow on wood
Blisko Cello

ark
rise
ricochet
Gypsy pizz

supersoft sustains
pulse sustains
col legno sustains
sul tasto trills
harmonics
harmonic trills
pointillist sustains (pizz)
pointillist sustains (brushed)
tremolo bursts
bow on wood


note
ranges



Blisko Lite

C1 - A5
pre-arranged ensemble patch
Blisko Violin

f#2 - a5
whole instrument range
Blisko Viola

b1 - f#4
whole instrument range
Blisko Cello

c1 - g4
whole instrument range