Kirk Hunter Diamond Symphony Orchestra Review

Kirk Hunter Diamond Symphony Orchestra Review -

Explore plenty of articulations and different section sizes without any pretentious enhancements with Kirk Hunter Diamond Symphony Orchestra.

Pompous orchestras with percussive hits and risers are all the craze nowadays, but there’s still a place in every composer’s heart for a little natural sound. The Diamond Symphony Orchestra captures the rawness of a genuine live orchestra and the fleeting maneuvers of a solo performance in its Kontakt and EXS24-powered complete orchestral library.

The user interface is comprehensive and provides most of the relevant features on a single page. However, the appearance feels outdated, and the UI size is only comfortable up to an FHD screen.
For its sale price, the features are abundant and highly detailed. The standouts are legato, vibrato customization, scale-based trill and sequencing, and multiple division sizes.
Features like automatic legato, manual vibrato, easy articulation switching, etc., make this library much more playable than others in its price range (during a sale). Sure, there are better options available in the market, but most cost at least five times more.
The library sounds like a raw recording without enhancements. Fortunately, the volumes of various articulations and techniques are pretty balanced and/or provide manual adjustments. So, with some mixing, you can make the library sound excellent. However, I reduce a point for not providing the same level of detail across the woodwind and the percussion section.
Value For Money
If you are a composer looking for a complete orchestra on a budget or a cheap library to layer with another library, look no further. The Diamond Symphony Orchestra during a sale provides nothing but value.

NOTE: Diamond Symphony Orchestra requires the FULL version of Kontakt 5.7.1 or higher.

User Interface

The library has a comprehensive user interface showcasing most of its relevant features and articulations per instrument on the first page. The amount of controls and customization the library provides is laudable.

However, since the library has aged a little, a modern producer may find its appearance slightly outdated. Still, older libraries like East West Quantum Leap instruments have continuously found use in many professional composers’ tracks. Besides, Diamond Symphony Orchestra’s UI is anything but hindering in most cases.

Navigating the library may be a little confusing at first due to its sheer size. When you open the library’s folder in your Kontakt instance, you’ll find the following folders: documentation, instruments, instruments_mute, samples_all, and updates. We’re interested in the first three, where the first contains the manuals for various instruments, lists of instruments and samples, installation guide, etc.

In the Instruments folder, you’ll find your Kontakt patches. There are four folders, one for each orchestra section, inside Instruments. And if you navigate deeper, you’ll find patches labeled TVEC. TVEC (Total Virtuoso Expression Control) patches have a UI and are scripted to provide better playability and control. However, there are different versions of TVEC in the library.

So, the strings and brass sections with TEVC 3 and 4 are more detailed than the TVEC 1 or TVEC 2 woodwinds section. And the percussion section doesn’t feature a UI at all and instead shows the default Kontakt UI.

Kirk Hunter Diamond Symphony Orchestra Review
TVEC (Basic Settings tab)

Let’s talk about the TVEC UI. The main tab (Basic Settings) features a series of buttons to customize the instrument. The columns of the buttons are as follows: amp envelope, division, articulations, and features (key switch, legato, reverb, etc.). You can activate key switching for many of these buttons to make performing live easier.

Settings Drop-down

At the top left, you’ll find the Settings drop-down menu, which lets you change many things. For instance, you can change the velocity and modulation wheel volume/vibrato curves. Similarly, you can also change the mixing and panning per division. Other options include the smart legato settings, human pitch correction, key switch settings, pattern maker, etc.

TVEC (VibratoLive tab)
TVEC (VibratoLive tab)

After the Basic Settings tab, you’ll find the Current Presets, EqLive, and VibratoLive Settings tabs. The Current Presets tab lets you customize the pattern maker and micro tuner on a single page. And EqLive and VibratoLive allow you to make changes to the EQ and the vibrato styles.


The Diamond Symphony Orchestra makes the string and brass sections a specific priority because they are used most often. Hence, they offer plentiful controls while remaining very playable. Instead of creating a huge number of tracks, you can change articulations using a combination of key switches and automation/CC curves. However, if you prefer to have a track per articulations, there are patches for individual articulation too. I tend to use both depending on my needs. So, the option is very thoughtful.

Now, let’s have a look at some of its engine’s features:

Division Sizes

You’ll find four sizes of division per instrument in the strings and brass sections: concert, symphonic, studio, and solo. Furthermore, you can use the DivisiLive mode to make the library intelligently pick a divis mode depending on the number of notes you play at once. It makes the performance seem much more realistic effortlessly. But let’s have a look at the divisi options available for manual use:

  • Strings Section
    The concert strings section employs 18 1st violins, 18 2nd violins, 10 violas, 9 cellos, and 6 contrabasses. Similarly, the symphonic strings feature 10-10-16-12-6, whereas the studio section features 9-9-6-5-3 in the same order.
  • Brass Section
    The concert brass section employs 4 trumpets, French horns and trombones, 3 bass trombones, and 2 tubas. The symphonic ensemble has 6 trumpets and French horns, 5 trombones, 3 bass trombones, and 2 tubas. And finally, the studio section has 2 trumpets, French horns, trombones, and a tuba.
  • Woodwind Section
    The woodwind section has either solos or duets only. Of course, you can use it as your only woodwind section, but I recommend layering it with another library to get the best results when you want a “larger” sound. The instruments in this section include alto flute, bass clarinet, bassoon, contrabassoon, English horn, flutes, oboe, and piccolo.
  • Percussions
    Diamond Symphony Orchestra has a celesta, glockenspiel, harp, harpsichord, piano, tubular bells, timpani, and a xylophone for tuned percussions. And it has bass drums, cymbals, gongs, bells, snares, toms, and tambourines for untuned percussions.


The library has several features that help you play live and/or program convincing performances. These include humanizing the performance by adding errors, switching articulations, legato features, etc. Let’s have a look at them in more detail:

  • Legato
    The library employs automatic scripted legato to create seamless transitions between notes. The feature is particularly evident when using solo string instruments. Similarly, the pitch bend allows you to add either a glissando or a glide transition on the next note you play. You can switch between the two options using key switches, and clicking on “Set Slide and Glissando Levels” in the Settings brings up a knob changes the transition volume.
  • HPC
    Human Pitch Correction is a feature that makes notes start a little off tune and adjust to proper pitch. The phenomenon is something that happens with real players too. It’s part of what creates the “chorus” effect in a real orchestra. In the Settings, you can set it to activate only in velocities above a custom value.
  • Articulations
    Diamond Symphony Orchestra features many articulations. The strings feature legato, staccato, spiccato, detache, marcato, tremolo, trills, pizzicato, Bartok pizzicato, etc. Similarly, the brass instruments feature legato and multiple kinds of staccatos.
    The library uses a combination of key switches and automation to switch between the articulations. Switching from smooth legato to accented legato or “shorts” uses a key switch, but changing the short articulation from staccato to, say, spiccato uses an automatable knob. I love the idea because it lets you switch between multiple styles of short articulations in no time.
  • VibratoLive
    The VibratoLive tab for the strings in the library lets you simulate various kinds of vibratos, including Hollywood, Brahms, Mozart, Stravinsky, Ravel, Beethoven, Wagner, and Mahler. Each uses a specific type of starting and sustaining vibrato with a fade between them, all of which you can customize to taste. If you’d instead add vibrato manually, you can set the vibrato velocity, mod-wheel, or both too.
  • MicroTuner
    The MicroTuner allows you to change the pitch of each note to a microtonal value. It lets you simulate specific kinds of scales and performances like Middle Eastern and Turkish.
  • PatternMaker
    The PatternMaker is a built-in sequencer in TVEC4 patches that can control the notes, velocities, and note lengths. There are presets for each of them, and you can control the sequencer’s pattern length and rate. You can also select a musical scale to make creating patterns easier.
    Similarly, the Split feature lets you play the pattern with one hand while the other plays a melody. However, I find the PatternMaker rather tedious for something like string runs. So, I prefer using the DAW’s piano roll instead.
  • Duplet/Triplet
    The TVEC3 patches have buttons called Duplet and Triplet. Enabling Duplet, for example, makes the library repeat the note you played in a new bowing direction (up-down or down-up) once as soon as you release it. It’s excellent for playing ostinato patterns.


The library features a built-in convolution reverb and EQ (for the strings section only). The reverb allows you to select from six kinds of hall reverbs or early reflections. And the EqLive tab features a 3-band EQ. Furthermore, you can activate “Velocity_Brite” and “Modwheel_Brite” to add a high-shelf boost when using a higher velocity or modulation value. It simulates a harder bowing effect.

However, the effect processors are rather basic. The reverb doesn’t let you change the parameter unless you do it in Kontakt’s settings. Hence, I typically disable the effects and mix using the DAW’s mixer instead. A little compression, EQing, some convolution reverb, and the library sounds much more controlled and lusher.

The library tends to be a little heavy on the low-mid frequency, although a dynamic EQ quickly solves the issue. I would recommend it, especially if you are using the library to layer with another. Similarly, make sure you center the pans in the panning options in the Settings menu if you want better controls inside your DAW.


The biggest highlight of Diamond Symphony Orchestra is the strings section. The scripts and the engine make it sound unexpectedly good. The brass section is similar, whereas the woodwinds and percussions require some effort to make them sound realistic. Overall, the library sounds raw and unenhanced, which poses many mixing opportunities.

As with any library, I recommend creating a project template (or a folder track template as I fancy in REAPER) with your preferred plugins in each track. I find a compressor, a dynamic EQ, and a reverb most important. Spending time creating your template makes it a much easier job to finish projects in time and without distraction.

Have a listen to the library in the following official demo audios:

Value For Money

While the sound of this library is moderately good, I wouldn’t value it at its retail price, which is currently $499. However, we’ve seen the Diamond Symphony Orchestra library go on sale for about $100 or even half of it. At its sale price, the value it offers is unbeatable.

The only other libraries I can think of for that low a price are Steinberg Halion Symphonic Orchestra, PreSonus Symphonic Orchestra, IK Multimedia Miroslav Philharmonik Orchestra 2 CE, and Sonivox Film Scoring Companion. None of them provide the level of detail Diamond Symphony Orchestra does, and nor do they, arguably, sound as good or convincing.

But how about saving up and getting a better library like the ones by Spitfire and Cinematic Studio Series? Sure, you couldn’t go wrong by doing so. However, if you are itching to get started with orchestral composition right now, the Diamond Symphony Orchestra is an excellent way to start. Furthermore, even if you already own other libraries, you could use Diamond for layering. Thanks to its raw nature, you could make it as dominating or as docile as you want.

Find out more and purchase the library here.


Diamond Symphonic Orchestra is an incredible value-for-money fit for a composer on a budget and a professional alike if found during a sale. The UI is straightforward and suitable for beginners, although the many articulations and folders may be a little confusing at first. The scale-based trills, responsive articulation switching, and built-in sequencer engine provide a lot of value for the price. And while I mainly use it for layering to add a sense of raw, natural feel, I can see the library being used for an entire composition or a scoring session without an issue.

Watch an overview of the library in this video by Kirk Hunter Studios:

Kirk Hunter Studios - Diamond Symphony Orchestra Overview

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