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VSCO - Orchestral / wind ensemble
The Versilian Studios Chamber Orchestra is a small selection of standard orchestral and wind ensemble sampled instruments.

Featuring concert flute, clarinet, bassoon, F horn, trumpet, tenor bone, bass bone, tubular bells, xylophone, glockenspiel, timpani, large percussion section, harp, piano, solo violin, and violin section, all using accurate ranges.
  • Percussion mapped close to MIDI standards to help ease compatibility.
  • HALF of the filesize is the percussion patch, in case you wanted some...
  • Each instrument is automatically mapped to a MIDI channel.

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Oct 05 2016
  John
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I couldn't figure out how to play different instruments in Ableton. Can someone explain?
Sam Gossner (Versilian Studios)
Oct 28 2016
Hey John, here's the answer from our FAQ, submitted by a user- Create 2 MIDI Channels, use "External Instrument " (Standard VST in Ableton) in the first channel. Second channel "VSCO" Vst and then its possible to switch the instruments in the MIDI channel 1. If that fails, try to follow these three steps- 1. In your DAW, try to locate some form of properties panel for the MIDI track you are working with or for routing tracks to channels. 2. Set the MIDI OUT for that track to go to VSCO. If possible, set the channel at this stage if that is how your DAW works. 3. If not, try to locate an area in which the Channel may be set, possibly near controls for setting Bank/Program for the MIDI channel. If all else fails, open Google, and type "Using Multi-Timbral Plugins in Ableton", then click enter. P.S. I highly recommend using Chamber Orchestra 2 Community Edition, it's still free and vastly superior in all ways and is available in a variety of formats on the Versilian Studios website.
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Jul 20 2016
  Mainstage 3 User
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  5  / 5
In case you, like me, struggled to make this play anything other than a flute in MainStage 3, here are the easy instructions to configure your channel strips to play the sound you want (in my case and example, the tubular bells). Assign the plugin to a channel strip, then click the strip to select it. In the patch setting panel(bottom middle) click the "Midi Input" page, then click the "keyboard" dropdown, selecting "Multitimbral..." Assign the keyboard to the specific midi channel associated with your desired sound (in my case, 9), and presto-- your channel is there. MainStage 3 can only handle one midi channel per channel strip at the moment, so you have to make new channels and assign individual midi channels to them to have more than one sound active in your patch. Hope this saves you the trouble that I went through figuring this stuff out. Cheer!
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Oct 06 2015
  Archaic
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Won't play anything but the flute, when I change the midi channel to anything other than channel 1 (flute) there is no sound. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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Jun 12 2015
  Cranky
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  0  / 5
Can't get it to work properly with Mixcraft 6. It will only manage 'Flute' and nothing else.
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Mar 27 2015
  killer_bee.vst
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  3  / 5
Not bad, bruh. Trumpet's a bit lackin', but that's alright. Chill out.
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Dec 28 2014
  Maleakh Beatz
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  5  / 5
Magnificant!! I'm broke but I'll credit you 4 others to donate!!!!
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Oct 22 2014
  Zooter
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This is a fantastic product. I love the samples (it's GREAT to finally have a tubular bell sound that isn't overloaded with harmonics) and admire the hell out of you guys for all the work you did. I'll be donating - you guys deserve it.
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Oct 12 2014
  MEverette
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Excellent Program. Nicely put together. And thanks for the note for other instruments in your comments.
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Sept 11 2014
  Andrew_Deer
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  4  / 5
I quite like it, but it doesn't play on time, I always have to shift notes forward a bit so it'd play at the right time. Otherwise it's great, sounds are of great quality for free synth.
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Jul 27 2014
  Dynamand
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  5  / 5
This works well in fl studio with midi out, thanks!
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Apr 30 2014
  TBC
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  0  / 5
Doesn't work for me. Only plays the flute sound.
Versilian Studios
May 02 2014
To get the other sounds, you need to change the MIDI channel of the MIDI track you are using for input into the device. There's some info on our FAQ page (http://vis.versilstudios.net/f.a.q.html) that may help you, but the manual for your DAW is the place to find the info on how to switch MIDI channels.
Piano Fan
Jun 22 2015
I did this in Adobe Audition 3 - selected midi channel 14 (in and out) for the piano. The piano sounds when I play my midi controller keyboard. The piano sounds when I play the piano roll in the midi track properties. HOWEVER, it won't play anything but flute when I try to use a midi file - it plays the notes but only flute sound. And the built-in keyboard in the VST's GUI will only play flute. I have never had this issue with other VSTs.. you should be able to pick channel 14 (in and out) and have it play the piano sound (not flutes) whether the input is live playing using a midi contoller keyboard, or is "recorded" playing using a midi file that already has the "notes" recorded in it. All i get is flute. Never had this issue with any other VST - I can use any pre-recorded midi file and it will play the VST's sound. The sounds are amazing, btw, on every instrument, but I also need it to be able to play the correct sound when I use a midi file for playback.
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Apr 29 2014
  Eco DJ
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Great sound, great possibilities!
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