What makes it different?



Other string libraries are recorded in a static way to allow the performance to be recreated using your keyboard. Performed by multi-instrumentallist Marta Zalewska, Blisko was recorded so that every note is a performance. You’re not able to control the vibrato or every nuance of the volume curve, the attacks are mostly slow-burning. And that’s why it sounds so good.

Furthermore, it’s designed for textural as opposed to melodic writing. There are no standard articulatons, easily found elsewhere. However, it’s not a phrase library and was designed to work in a wider context.

And yes, there is noise, because - contrary to what we’re made to believe - it’s there where you record stuff. If you were wondering why most sampled instruments sound like liquid plastic, this is it - noise reduction sucks the tone and life away. If you hate noise, I’m sure there are other instruments that will fit your needs better.


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