Phase-aligned crossfading, creating a sense of infinite dynamic layers
Smart Legato and Non-Linear Scripting
All solo instruments — create your own section sizes
3 Tenor Trombones, 3 Bass Trombones, 3 Contrabass Trombones
A Tuba and a Contrabass Tuba
2 Horn mutes, 5 Trumpet mutes, 5 Trombone mutes, 1 Tuba mute
3 Microphone sets: SPOT, MAIN, AMBIENT, plus a “Mixed” Mic option
Over 60 positions across 4 different rooms
Transpose options allowing you to fill up all the positions with instruments (30 Horns, 20 Trumpets, 45 Trombones and 10 Tubas total)
~60 MB of RAM use per instrument
9.80 GB of space required (16.42 GB during install)
A clean, one-page GUI allows you to see and tweak all the controls without unnecessary scrolling. Right-click on any control or use the MIDI Automation tab to re-assign it to a different controller. Combine multiple controllers and create your own playing style. Change the sound, switch the rooms and mutes on-the-fly with any CC controller.
Use Legato Bypass to play chords and sketch out the entire section via 1 patch. Use Mixed Mic to save CPU cycles while working, then use a a CC controller to switch back to your 3-way mic mix before rendering.
A performer’s Dream
One track per instrument is all you need. 95% of the work is done through a relationship between Dynamics (def. CC1), Note Velocity and Note Duration.
Infinite Brass also includes Flutter, Growl and two types of Playable Vibrato. Check the manual for more info.