Year/Date of Issue: 10.2005
Developer: IK Multimedia
Developer site: ikmultimedia.com
Format: STANDALONE, VSTi, RTAS
Bit depth: 32bit
Interface language: English
Windows 10 Support: Full
Minimum: Pentium 1GHz / Athlon XP 1.33 GHz, 512 MB of RAM, Windows XP / Vista or newer.
Recommended: Pentium 2.4 GHz / Athlon XP 2.4 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, Windows XP / Vista or later.
Miroslav Philharmonik CE (Classic Edition) is a professional orchestral VSTi instrument from IK Multimedia. The program contains 250 orchestral samples based on a 1.5 Gb collection of sounds recorded by Miroslav Vitous at the Dvorak Symphony Hall.
Miroslav Vitous >> – Composer, bass virtuoso and one of the founders of Weather Report came up with the idea of creating the first of its kind orchestral sample library, covering all the instruments of a symphony orchestra. Desiring to have such a collection of tools for his own use, he did not find anything suitable and in 1993 he began to do this work himself. For this, state-of-the-art recording and digitization technology was used: the initial sessions were recorded in 20-bit format, and later in the process 24-bit technology was used. The Czech Philharmonic Orchestra’s solo and ensemble players, playing with different articulations and expressions, were recorded on stage at the Dvorák Symphony Hall in Prague, sitting where they would normally be in most orchestral situations. The resulting stereo samples did not require further panning: the instrumental groups added to the mix were automatically panned. Although the resulting sample pack was huge and expensive, it became a mainstay of many media composers and was eventually released for the Roland and Emu samplers as well as the original Akai. Somewhat later it was also converted to Giga format for the Nemesys/Tascam software sampler. However, in the 21st century there is a tendency to embed sample libraries into VST plug-ins, so the next stage in the development of Miroslav Vitous’s library is the Miroslav Philharmonik orchestral instrument based on VST technology.
| Information from the official announcement of IK Multimedia, 2005.
Advantages of Miroslav Philharmonik 1
1) Minimum computer requirements
2) Ability to work without using the Kontakt sampler
3) Optimal size / sound quality ratio
4) A large number of articulations (including rare ones)
5) Availability of all orchestra instruments + choir + orchestral noises
6) The correct spatial arrangement of the instruments of the orchestra in the panorama
7) Ability to use ready-made presets and combi-ensembles
How to run in new DAWs
Miroslav Philharmonik 1 (32-bit) NEVER had a 64-bit version. Therefore, it WILL NOT WORK in most modern 64-bit sequencers (with the exception of REAPER and FL Studio). To solve this problem, you need to run Miroslav Philharmonik 1 through the program
or via orchestral server
► VSL Vienna Ensemble Pro
Running on Windows 10
Miroslav Philharmonik 1 (32-bit) works fine in Win10 LTSC 64-bit and Cubase Pro 11. It is successfully pulled through jBridge and through VEP in Cubase Pro 11. As a standalone in Win10, it also starts automatically. In Cubase 5, it naturally works without problems in any Win.
IMPORTANT! Glitched choir sample
Pay attention to the buggy sample of the chorus, which the sampler hangs tightly. It is recommended not to use or remove it
IMPORTANT! Using Keygen in Windows 10
Installation on Windows 10
1) FIRST code is taken from Keygen No. 1
2) copy the SECOND code from Keygen No. 2
3) Insert it into the FIRST keygen
4) Then copy the received ID