Offer extended! Up to 36 months promotional financing* on qualified products! Offer ends 10/23. For more info, click here.

Vienna Instruments Dimension Brass II - Electronic Delivery

Three muted brass ensembles of four players each this collection also includes a unique ensemble of four Wagner tubas that you’ll scarcely find in any other library

View more products from:

Vienna Symphonic Library
Included with your purchase:
  • Free Tech Support
  • Free Electronic Delivery
Our Price: $565.00

12-month financing with the Vintage King credit card

Electronic delivery in a few hours or less!

Quick fullfillment of software licenses via electronic delivery is available between 10AM – 6PM (ET), Monday-Friday. You will receive your license via email in a few hours or less. Note: Software is not returnable.

Need expert advice? Click here.

Product Description
Additional Information
  • Product Description

    Introducing the newest addition to Vienna Instruments' revolutionary “Dimension” series of ensemble instrument collections. In addition to the three muted brass ensembles of four players each (all trumpets, trombones, and French horns were recorded with "straight mutes") the Vienna Instruments Dimension Brass II includes a unique ensemble of four Wagner tubas that you’ll scarcely find in any other library!

    Wagner tubas were originally created for Wagner’s 16-hour epic opera cycle “Der Ring des Nibelungen“ that he composed between 1848 and 1874 (with some interruptions). Wagner was inspired by instrument maker Adolphe Sax, the inventor of the saxophone, and sought a particularly noble and somber sound like that of a trombone but with a less incisive, mellow tone, like that of a French horn. Actually, the Wagner tuba is a special type of tenor horn and the term “tuba” is therefore misleading, as the mouthpiece and the fingering are identical to the French horn. Consequently, these instruments are traditionally played by horn players in the orchestra. Besides the monumental “Ring” cycle Wagner tubas occasionally appear in orchestral works of other composers, such as Anton Bruckner (7th, 8th, and 9th Symphony), Richard Strauss (Elektra, An Alpine Symphony), Igor Stravinski (Firebird in its original version of 1910, Le Sacre du Printemps), Arnold Schönberg (Gurre-Lieder) and Edgar Varese (Arcana).

    As with Vienna Dimension Brass I, the players of these ensembles were recorded in groups using dedicated microphones for each of the four players, resulting in a homogeneous sound while still allowing direct (individual) access to each voice.


    • Trumpet ensemble (4 muted trumpets)
    • Horn ensemble (4 muted French horns)
    • Trombone ensemble (4 muted tenor trombones)
    • Wagner tuba ensemble (4 players)
  • Additional Information

    Condition New
    Software Delivery Electronic Delivery
    Virtual Instrument Type Brass and Woodwinds
    Plug-In Format AAX Native, RTAS, AU, VST
    Operating System Mac, Windows
  • Reviews

    This product currently has no reviews.

    Write Your Own Review

    Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register