Review: Berlin Percussion by Orchestral Tools

April 25, 2016 Christopher Harris No comments exist

Berlin Percussion is the 3rd major installment to Orchestral Tool’s “Berlin” series of orchestral libraries. It features one of the largest array of sampled percussion instruments on the market. In conjunction with the CAPSULE 2.5 Engine, Berlin Percussion offers the user with an expansive workflow that can be tailored to any composer’s studio. You can purchase the main library at for € 499 or get the bundle that includes Expansion A (The Timpani) for € 580.


“As a symphonic percussionist, I am always looking for the most realistic sounding orchestral percussion samples available. Berlin Percussion offers that sound for me.  The CAPSULE Engine takes Berlin Percussion to the next level in my workflow and offers me all the sounds I need to create great sounding percussion music.”



Review Disclaimer: This review is not sponsored. All thoughts and views expressed in this review are honest and 100% based on my own experience. This product was kindly sent to me by the developers for review.

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