The Cornet Upgrade to Full Library from the Vienna Symphonic Library provides additional articulations and samples for the Vienna Cornet Standard Library (required). Due to its wide conical taper, the cornet (French: cornet à pistons) is classified as a horn instrument, even though it looks more like a trumpet. The first instrument was built around 1828 by Louis Antiine Halary in France and was primarily used in its historical function in military and marching bands. Later, the instrument was introduced to the symphony orchestra of the romantic period, replacing the trumpet in some cases.
Compared to the trumpet, the cornet has a softer sound as a result of its construction, but a limited dynamic range. As tonal response is achieved easily, the instrument has become very popular especially in music education. More advanced trumpet players may easily switch to the cornet without specific training.
Windows 8.1/10 (latest update, 64-bit), Intel Core i3 or AMDAthlon 64 X2
OSX 10.10.5, Intel Core i3
7200 rpm hard drive for the sample content
8 GB RAM
VIENNA KEY or other USB-eLicenser (e.g. a Cubase- orNuendo-Key Soft-eLicensers and iLoks are NOT supported)
Free storage space for the Standard Library: 1.9 GB
Free storage space for the Full Library: 4.6 GB
Windows 10 (latest update, 64-bit), Intel Core i5/i7/i9/Xeon
macOS 10.12.6 (or higher), Intel Core i5/i7/i9/Xeon
16 GB RAM
SSD (M2, SATA 6 or USB3/3.1, UASP Support - HFS+, APFS orNTFS formatted) for the sample content
AU/VST/AAX Native compatible host
88 key master keyboard