Full string sections multitracked violin, viola and cello for $180
I perform and record real strings (violin, viola and cello) as full string sections, small ensemble (quartet etc), or solo.
-Instruments: German violin c1850, French violin c1900, two modern violas, French cello c1850, modern cello.
-Studio: I record in a purpose built, acoustically treated and isolated live room with minimal room reflections.
-Equipment: Neumann U87 large diaphragm condenser mic into an Avalon vt737sp pre-amp. This is routed directly into the D/A convertor for a very clean signal path.
-DAW: Protools, Studio 1 and Logic.
I can work from score, midi or just audio. I can provide fully edited dry 24bit audio files of each pass in a range of sample rates. Please message me if you would like a quote for an arrangement.
The following is intended as a guide only, please message me if you'd like to discuss your project in detail. I aim to reply within 24 hours. The price is for one track up to 5 minutes in length with up to 2 revisions. As an example my usual format for standard full strings is 4 x cellos, 4 x viola, 5 x second violin, 5 x first violin. Although this is entirely flexible according to the needs of the track, and additional sections / divisi, up to a maximum of 25 tracks, will be included at no extra cost as required. Please ask for a custom quote if your project is larger than this, also if you only require one section (e.g. just first violins). Also if you have a large project with multiple tracks I'd be happy to discuss a lower per track price. Most of my work on this site is arranged through custom offers.
I have 30 years live and recording experience, the majority working as a professional session string player. I have eight years experience doing remote on-line sessions and have numerous European and American film, TV, game soundtrack, library music and album credits. I regularly work for a number of producers and artists including award winning composers Richard G Mitchell (Royal society of television award), Ian Livingstone (Ivor Novello) and David Mitcham (Emmy).
- Library music
- Time to breathe