What VST was used for Orchestral instruments? (solved)
#1

Hi. Recently, I've made some kind of music using orchestral instruments here. But I want to covert it to mp3 and also improve it somehow. So I decided to buy Fl Studio and make exact copy of what I did. I've found VSTs that were used for some instruments: 
   'Concert Harp' - Sonatina Harp 
   'Trombone' - Sonatina Trombone (Trombones Staccato)

But I can't find anything about 'French Horn'. I can't even find anything that ressembles it Sad 
I'll be happy if you can help me!
(Sorry for my bad English)


Updated:
I asked Jacob_ and he said that he used `Sonatina Symphony Orchestra`. It's the thing I was looking for.
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#2

There are many free VST you can use, but paid ones are better.

DSK Brass

VSCO2 Trombone

Sonatina


Kontakt libraries:

ProjectSAM

Alpine Orchestra

Spitfire LABS



I don't know wjhat instrument was used for the OS trombone, but these should help...


Also, MP3 sucks, use .flac or .wav, or even .ogg

Please send me any songs you would like feedback or editing on the messager in the Online Sequencer


My YouTube channel:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2z20gPO-Hdk

My music:
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#3

idk how this site was made, ask Jacob_.

But if you ask me, you should use this site to create MIDIs, then download the MIDIs and edit them in a different studio like FL Studio or MuseScore. Musescore especially is good because it can export MIDIs into Mp3s and it has a free version that is pretty good.
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#4

Nearly any DAW can export .mid into audio files like .mp3, .wav, etc.

Please send me any songs you would like feedback or editing on the messager in the Online Sequencer


My YouTube channel:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2z20gPO-Hdk

My music:
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