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Super Smash Bros. DS: This piece of software also seems like somewhat of a tech demo. The UI seems relatively barebones, and has some debug text. However, according to the original website post, there's a Tetris stage which is damn cool!
Super Smash Bros. Charged: This game looks to display a bit more presentation. The game contains Brawl renders for characters and was made in DS Game Maker. It even has a trailer available!
Super Smash Bros. Rumble: Arguably one of the more completed ones. This one actually had a blog back in the day! Here's an archive if anyone is curious. This game contains aspects such as unlockables and even a stage builder. So if you want to check out one of these, this might be the one for you.
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Favorite Orchestral sample instruments and why?

With the BF Sale approaching, I wanted to get your guys recommendations on your top choice for sample instruments.
What are the best orchestral sample instruments money can buy in 2019 and why?
I will update this post with all your guys suggestions as we go along.
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The Criteria:
  • Needs to sound amazing but also need to offer the tweakability. This means no hit in the box libraries like Metropolis ark or Albion 1, where the sounds sound great out of the box but only have rough sections with no control over them (such as High Strings/Low Strings libraries). For further argumentation, check out this amazing guide on what he calls the "Hybrid Orchestra" by Sound on Sound. Here is what he says on such libraries:
some libraries focus entirely on ‘pre-orchestrated’ ensembles and neglect to supply individual string sections, though a few divide their strings into high (violins and violas) and low (cellos and basses) blended sections. While the simplicity of these pre-orchestrated patches is an undoubted aid to creative workflow, access to the separate sections is essential for detailed string programming.
  • Only include the newest libraries (released within the last years). This is because with the improvements over the 2010s, the best older libraries such as Albion or Adagio Strings has fallen flat in AB tests. For further examples of this check out this comparison between symphonic strings and Albion 1 Strings in this great AB comparison done by the great film composer Nick Murray.
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String libraries:
  • Berlin Strings by Orchestral tools, composed of a main library and 4 expansions (A B D E) focusing on more unique articulations and even fx (Total Price 1758€)
    • ++++Sound (realistic, yet very wide) ++articulations ++legato patches (have great tweakability in choosing particular transition and are much faster than the transitions by century strings) -heavy on ram
  • Century Strings series by 8dio, composed of 3 different libraries based around different articulations, which includes the two 2 ensembles Bundle and then the separate Ostinato library (total price 796$)
    • +Sound(realistic but dry) ++articulations (as many as berlin strings) +shorts (however include some noise at high velocity) -weak legato patches (only good for slow sections, no transition tweakability like in berlin strings, transitions seem to trigger randomly)
  • Cinematic Studio Strings by CINEMATIC STUDIO SERIES (339$)
    • ++Sound(realistic) +legato patches (not as impressive as Berlin strings but gets the job done) -articulations (has only the major ones, nothing compared to what berlin strings or century strings have to offer)
  • Symphony Strings by spitfire (799€) (best strings library by spitfire in AB test)
    • +sound (big and wide but don't sound realistic by themselves therefore needs to be used to complement a realistic library only) -articulations (has only the minimum of articulations) --legato patches (sound artificial)
Conclusion: Berlin Strings is the best library money can buy in terms of strings atm. Go for CSS if you want the legato patch but don't have a huge budget and century for slow passages, shorts and choice of articulations but don't mind the glitches and shitty legato.
Brass libraries:
  • Berlin Brass by Orchestral tools,composed of a main library, and 3 expansions (A B C) focusing on more unique articulations and even fx (Total Price 1464€)
    • ++Sound (realistic, but can be quite big if you combine the different patches together, sounds very star warsy) ++++++++tweakability/legato patches (divided into the individual players, aka 4 individual horns 3 individual trumpets 3 individual trombones, each with their own legato and other articulations, this gives you the freedom to arrange them yourself) -heavy on ram --amount of instruments used (only uses 3 brass instruments, the horns, trumpets and trombones)
  • Century Brass (5 libraries, divided into the conventional ensemble bundle and then the artisan bundle) by 8dio (Total Price 896€)
    • ++++++instruments (the artisan bundle is amazing cause it features instruments not sampled in conventional brass libraries and is designed to work brilliantly together with the Century brass ensemble) ++articulations(more than berlin brass) +realistic sound -legato patches (transitions are rather slow so not great for faster passages, not as realistic as CSS or berlin brass) - tweakability (divided into sections playing in unison)
  • Cinematic Studio Brass by CINEMATIC STUDIO SERIES (339$)
    • +Legato patches (sound smooth, while not as realistic as berlin brass, they get the job done) -Sound(not as impressive as century or berlin) -articulations (only main ones, however sound very convincing and are very responsive) - tweakability (divided into sections playing in unison)
Conclusion: Berlin Brass is the best library money can buy in terms of brass atm. However in terms of instruments Century Artisan Brass has more and also includes less known instruments as well is build on an improved legato engine that is much better than century strings. Go for CSS if you want the legato patch but don't have a huge budget. Go for the Century Brass for slow passages, shorts and choice of articulations but don't mind the glitches and shitty legato.
Woodwind libraries:
  • Berlin Woodwinds by Orchestral tools, composed of a main library, and 4 expansions (A B C D) focusing on more unique articulations, solo libraries and even fx (Total Price 1234€)
    • ++Sound ++articulations (only library in the recent years I know of that has as many articulations/ensemble woodwind patches as berlin) +amount of instruments -heavy on ram -older samples (was released under berlin woodwinds revive as it was one of the oldest libraries by orchestral tools, so the samples of the main library are much older than other berlin libraries)
  • Claire Woodwinds by 8Dio (688$)
    • ++Sound ++legato patches (sound very realistic) -only a solo library --older samples (still has not been revived so still uses the older 8dio interface)
Conclusion: This field of the orchestra has been neglected over the recent years, only two good libraries exist and each is tailored for its own nieche so both are comparable. Go for Berlin Woodwinds for ensemble works and woodwind ensembles and go for Claire Woodwinds for the solo performance legato patches. Be aware that both rely on rather old samples so they might be a new wave of woodwind libraries coming on the market over the next years.
Choir libraries:
  • Liberis Child Choir by 8Dio (498$)
    • + sound (pretty realistic in non legato patches) + articulations (includes stacc. legato and marcato) -phrase building (has only a random word trigger that can't be tweaked) -legato sound fake - no dynamics (programmed to sound epic so dynamics are pretty flat) - older samples (still hasn't been reprogrammed)
  • Metroplis ark 1 by Orchestral tools (549€)
    • ++sound (One of the most realistic sounding choirs, sadly only a side-gig of the library so it has not much content) -------articulations (is pre-orchestrated, has no tweakability when it comes to the individual instruments or combinations, doesn't have simple patches featuring only 1 instrument, as it was created for FFF only so also can't be used in a more dynamic setting)
  • FREYJA Female Choir by strezov sampling (275€)
    • +sound (legato patch and simple syllables sound realistic) -not as many syllables as Hollywood -articulations (no markato)
  • WOTAN Male Choir by strezov sampling (275€)
    • +sound (legato patch and simple syllables sound realistic) -not as many syllables as Hollywood -articulations (no markato)
  • Hollywood Choirs by East West (799$)
    • +Word builder (allows you to craft your own words from scratch, in most languages) --sound (doesn't sound very realistic as the transitions between syllables sounds sounds pretty fake and thus requires alot of work to sound decent, falls short in terms of other libraries in the other non world builder patches) -articulations (no markato patch that I know off)
Conclusion: Sampling instruments out of choir is still a challenge to us. So far, no choir has truly achieved to sound as realistic as the best strings or brass sample instruments. In terms of sound, most popular choirs such as Soundiron's Olympus sound fake when used by themselves and thus need to be carefully mixed. This is also why choirs never showcase in the front of most compositions. From all the companies out there, 8dio and strezov sampling seem to my tastes the least fake sounding. However, they still fall short of being realistic. As 8dio's libraries are too old to be competitive, only Liberis still seems useful. As for strezonov, Stormchoir is also becoming too old and Freyja and WOTAN seem too constrictive. Therefore I would suggest only going for strezov for the legato and pads. Programming words still seems too much out of reach for now without sounding very fake.
Percussion libraries:
  • Symphony Series Percussion by NI (299€)
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  • metroplis ark 1 by Orchestral tools (549€)
    • +sound -------articulations (is pre-orchestrated, has no tweakability when it comes to the individual instruments or combinations, doesn't have simple patches featuring only 1 instrument, as it was created for FFF only so also can't be used in a more dynamic setting)
  • Albion 3 by spitfire (449€) (focuses entirely on low end, while a pre-orchestrated library, it touches a niche that is not found in more realistic libraries)
    • ++sound --------articulations (is pre-orchestrated, has no tweakability when it comes to the individual instruments, therefore should only be used to complement other libraries, works great along other libraries)
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OVERALL CONCLUSION:

As u/MrProgfather has put it
When purchasing any sample library, listen closely to the demos and define what they are capable of early on. DO NOT get sucked in to these demos that only play slow, Adagio like pads. I say this because the sample developers do this, knowing that they are covering up the flaws of these libraries, and only showcasing what they are decent at. Spitfire and 8Dio do this all the time. They display how beautiful they sound, but when it comes to any serious writing, they fall short and never meet the mark.
So be always aware that sample library makers try to hide the flaws of their libraries in the demo videos. Never use the demos they provide as reference nor fall for their marketing strategies of offering temporary discounts that force you into a reflex buy mentality. These libraries cost fortunes so you need to be well researched before deciding to buy anything. Always check out their competitors as well as try to figure out who they are selling to. Regarding the companies used in this list I found out the following:
Berlin is aimed at pro producers with high end specs and hardware, who care less about budget than quality. 8Dio and spitfire seem to share the clients by aiming for the more amateuindie producer that has a budget but still wants to get pro sounds. Spitfire uses famous studios, orchestras or composers to market their libraries and put the prices up. 8Dio charging a lot upfront but pushes clients into reflex buyer mentality with huge flash sales of their older or less popular libraries.
Edit 1: I decided to do a cross-subreddit discussion to get as many people to share their choices as possible, I will make sure to sync all submissions across all subreddits into one list that I will update on all subreddits this post has been posted to.
Edit 2: Thank you so much for all your suggestions and expertise. I learned alot about sample instruments as a whole and how they are marketed. I am also very confident into what I will buy once BF hits.
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