THE GREAT ZOO BREAKOUT
Lions, tigers, elephants?? Oh my! Composed by Benny Oschmann, The Great Zoo Breakout serves as the official demo for Orchestral Tools’ sample library Berlin Inspire 1.
This piece uses sounds from Berlin Inspire 1 exclusively, and is available for both Cubase Pro and Logic Pro X.
Note: Due to an agreement with the sample library developer, we can not provide project files that come pre-loaded with their instrument files.
Instead, all tracks will come pre-loaded with an empty instance of Kontakt and instructions for you to load the necessary instruments.
The Project File
All of the MIDI and CC data used to sculpt the final performance
Printed audio STEMS for each section of the orchestra, so you don’t have to load the samples to follow along
Track layout, signal flow, and routing optimized for flexibility and stem management
Included is the full orchestral score in PDF format.
Read along with the project and solo individual instruments or sections for detailed study of how written score can translate into a virtual performance.
Plugins & Production
See how the final mix was shaped using only stock plugins, onboard channel settings, and a balanced orchestral template
Bypass plugins to hear the before and after to fully understand the importance of production techniques, even the subtle ones.
Composer / Orchestrator
WHAT YOU GET
- A project file pre-loaded with instructions on which instruments to load from Berlin Inspire 1
- Audio STEMS are included so you can still playback the project and hear it without loading the samples.
- Fully notated concert score (PDF)
Instant download available after purchase
- Steinberg Cubase Pro or Logic Pro X
- Berlin Inspire 1
- Kontakt 5.8.1 or above
- EW Spaces II (not required)
- 8GB RAM for the project with all samples loaded
- Intel i5 2.7GHz quad-core or equivalent
Yes. This project does not load any samples by default, allowing you to either load your own samples, or follow along with the MIDI and Audio stems that are included. Note that if you substitute the instruments with your own samples, the final result will sound different to the audio stems provided.
No. As of this writing, the files included will only work with either Cubase or Logic, depending which version you purchase.