Download & Setup4:48
Review of which files and apps have to be downloaded to authorize and install VEP 6 and Epic Orchestra.
VEP Standalone File Management4:21
Learn how to save and open projects in Vienna Ensemble Pro 6.
VEP Server File Management5:45
See how multiple instances are created, saved, and recalled together within a server project.
Navigating the VEP Mixer Pt. 16:37
Learn different ways to create and manage Instrument tracks, bus channels, and VCA folder tracks.
Navigating the VEP Mixer Pt. 26:30
Learn to manage the VEP server window by raising, docking, snapping, saving, and freezing, various elements.
See how the preserve function is used to keep samples loaded and connected when opening and closing DAW projects.
Decoupling & Saving Strategies7:20
Learn how decoupling is used to prevent VEP data from being saved in your DAW project, and explore various workflows using the different file saving functions explored so far.
Working with Channel Sets3:36
Explore the various channel options and see how to save and load groups of channels independently from the instances they are in.
Learn how to merge selected channels from multiple projects together, and how to manage per project pan laws and multi threading.
See how to set up and connect a multi output version of the Vienna Ensemble Pro plug-in with multiple output routing in a Vienna Ensemble Pro Instance.
Streamlined Routing in Logic Pro X4:09
Learn how to use Aux tracks In Logic Pro X to simultaneously host both MIDI data and multi output audio output routing.
Working with a Slave Computer4:09
Learn about the hardware and software setup necessary to use Vienna Ensemble Pro with a slave computer.
Sends & Busses6:14
Explore the internal send & bus routing within Vienna Ensemble Pro.
The Audio Input Plug-In3:20
See how this plug-in is used to route the output of DAW tracks into VEP for external effects processing.
Working with Multi Timbral Instruments5:13
Learn how to set up Omnisphere for multi timbral use within VEP 6 and Logic Pro X.
Kontakt & VEP4:42
See how to configure Kontakt for multi timbral use within VEP 6.
Groups, Grouping, & Subgroups5:46
Explore three different ways of controlling multiple track parameters simultaneously.
The Event Input Plug-In5:02
Explore the setup and conditions for using this plug-in to access multiple ports of 16 MIDI channels within a single VEP instance.
Automation & VEP Pt. 14:17
Learn how to set up and assign simple MIDI CC and Track Automation of basic channel parameters.
Automation & VEP Pt. 25:57
Discover how to automate specific instrument parameters and how to fix a small automation offset problem between Kontakt, VEP, and Logic Pro X.
Preferences & Settings6:51
Learn about all the server, instance, and plug-in preferences and settings.
Studio One 3 & VEP 6 QuickStart3:57
Learn how to setup a multi output instance of VEP 6 as a VST 3 plug-in in Studio One 3.
Are you a serious composer looking for more power from your virtual instruments and effects? Look no further than Vienna Ensemble Pro 6 by Vienna Symphonic Library. Join studio pro Eli Krantzberg as he reveals all the solutions to your production system needs!
Eli covers all the important features and functions in the newest version 6 of VEP, including download and setup, standalone and server file management, Navigating the GUI, routing, slaving another computer, automation and much much more!
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you use Vienna Ensemble Pro 6, this series is a must see!
Submitted 6 months ago
Eli is the best.
I am following Eli's tutorials and each and everyone is very clear, very simple and very helpful.
I am a: Professional, Musician
Submitted 6 months ago
This tutorial covers most bases when it comes to VEP6. All topics are presented clearly and presentation provides enough background for student to create an excellent template for production. Only thing I would add is techniques for mixing down a project, i.e. - getting all channels to audio in preparation for mixing. Great tutorial overall.
I am a: Producer, Musician
Submitted 6 months ago
Vienna Ensemble Pro 6 Explained
I have purchased a number of Vienna Solo Instruments and String Ensemble libraries a number of years ago, but never really got into it. Eli Krantzberg's extensive usage of the latest iteration together with the latest DAWs, masterfully explained in explicit detail will make me to start over with Vienna and put it to use immediately - particularly as I also use Omnisphere. I am now excited to put some time into the new possibilities with the intention of making a lot of use of this sophisticated software.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV
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