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Garritan's acclaimed software offers exceptional sound quality from the world's leading provider of virtual software instruments. They are committed to creating new standards that are consistently in the forefront of music technology, yet remain focused on the human elements of music and real performance. Garritan believes high-quality, expressive and affordable software instruments should be within the reach of every musician.
Garritan sounds are widely used in television, film, game audio, and on the world's greatest concert stages. Experience the majesty of a pipe organ, the excitement of a marching band, or the drama of a full symphony orchestra - inside any size studio. A broad range of titles mean there is a perfect Garritan library for any project.
Designed so you can create numerous combinations of instruments, each capable of playing a separate part, Garritan Virtual Instrument Libraries are powered by the high-powered ARIA player. No need to purchase a separate sampler. Supports Mac and Windows, works as a standalone program or as a plug-in, and easily integrates with most notation software and DAW/sequencers.
For Windows: Windows 7 / Vista / WP (SP3 required); Core 2 Duo CPU or later recommended; 2 GB RAM recommended. There is a direct corellation between the amount of available RAM and the number of sounds that can be loaded; 7 GB of free hard drive space; hard drive speed of at least 7200 RPM recommended; a professional sound card compatible with ASIO.
For Mac: OS X 10.7 through 10.8; Mac Intel CPU (PowerPC not supported); 2 GB RAM recommended. There is a direct correlation between the amount of available RAM and the number of sounds that can be loaded; 7 GB of free hard drive space; hard drive of at least 7200 RPM recommended; a sound card compatible with Core Audio. Optional: A MIDI interface may be required if you are using a MIDI keyboard. Many keyboards now use USB; the ability to assign controllers within your keyboard, music program, or sequencer is recommended.