The Light and Sound ideology was founded on a simple concept derived from the composer's workstation which puts the musicality and playability of our instruments at the heart of everything we do, as a result the techniques employed to produce our instruments from recording, editing to scripting, are bound by these principles.
Light and Sound instruments have been designed in such a way that the essence of the samples sound natural and highly detailed. This is achieved through cutting-edge scripting and recording techniques which are mapped out in a usable and intuitive way. We believe, at Light and Sound, that composers should spend less time programming and more time creating great music, with the virtual instruments handling the heavy-lifting.
Light and Sound Chamber Strings is a highly detailed and flexible chamber string library (6,5,3,3,1) recorded by expert recording engineer, Debbie Smith, at Windmill Lane, Dublin. A range of exciting and revolutionary techniques for recording longs, as well as freshly conceived scripting concepts allowed the natural dynamic movements of the musicians to be maintained, while remaining playable and intuitive.