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New Jazz and Big Band Collection from Garritan

Garritan Orchestral Libraries introduced its new Jazz & Big Band collection at the 2005 Winter NAMM show. For $259, the Garritan Jazz & Big Band Library offers a complete package of jazz band instruments to create realistic-sounding jazz and big band arrangements quickly and easily...

January 28, 2005

Garritan Orchestral Libraries introduced its new Jazz & Big Band collection at the 2005 Winter NAMM show. For $259, the Garritan Jazz & Big Band Library offers a complete package of jazz band instruments to create realistic-sounding jazz and big band arrangements quickly and easily.

Garritan Jazz & Big Band is designed for entry-level or professional musicians and features trumpets, trombones, saxophones, a complete rhythm section and more. Key elements to Garritan Jazz & Big Band library are extended ranges, variety of mutes for brass and a comprehensive collection of saxophones. Furthermore, it offers advanced programming for expressive control as well as the Kontakt Sample Player and GPO Studio to work with notation programs. With Garritan Jazz & Big Band, users control dynamics, tongue/slur articulations, intonation, vibrato and more.

Garritan Jazz and Big Band will be available for $259 on both Macintosh and PC platforms in Spring 2005.

For more information, visit their web site at www.garritan.com

By our press release coordinator Sunday February 13, 2005