Best Flute VST Plugins & Libraries

Best FLUTE VST Plugins

Flute timbres are well-loved in music, especially in modern music production. Present everywhere from orchestral ensembles to trap beats, there is something about the sound of breath turning into sweet notes that fascinates composers and producers.

It’s no wonder why there are a ton of flute VSTs in the market today. However, determining the best flute VST for hip hop, for example, can be a tall task. So in this post we’ll take a look at some of the best options for you to look at. Read on.


The Best Flute VST Plugins and Libraries

Here are our choices for the best flute sounds you can get from a VST plugin:

  1. Hollywood Eastwest Orchestral WoodwindsSee Price @ Sweetwater
  2. Little Wooden FlutesSee Price @ Sweetwater
  3. SONiVOX Orchestral Companion – WoodwindsSee Price @ Plugin Boutique
  4. Orange Tree Samples Passion Flute – See Price @ Orange Tree Samples
Some other choices, including free and paid options:

Hollywood Eastwest Orchestral Woodwinds

Hollywood Eastwest Orchestral Woodwinds

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Hollywood Eastwest has built a reputation for striving to be the gold standard of orchestral VSTs. This ambitious ethos shines through in their Orchestral Woodwinds VST. Helmed by Grammy, Academy, BAFTA, and Emmy-award winning sound engineer Shawn Murphy, HOW offers an unprecedented level of detail for producers in crafting their orchestral ensemble. From a gigantic articulation menu to a plethora of mic positions, HOW allows you to tweak every single detail to achieve the woodwinds sound that you desire.

Best Features & Specs

Hollywood is a full-fledged orchestral woodwind VST. That means you don’t only have flutes. You also have bass clarinet, Eb clarinet, bass flute, alto flute, two other flute variants, among many others. All in all, there are thirteen solo woodwinds for the Diamond and Gold versions while there are eight for the Silver version.

Each of the instruments has been multi-sampled in Eastwest Studio 1, arguably the most famous Hollywood studio for soundtracks and television themes. The instruments are perfectly tuned, elegantly played, clear, and vivacious on solo. This single-instrument approach allows producers to modify each sound in your ensemble, including performance articulation.

Speaking of articulation, HOW boasts a large articulation library. This includes the essentials such as legatos, nine-way staccatos, staccatissimo, and fast scale runs (from major, minor, chromatic, to whole-tone scales). There are also some advanced articulation options such as flutter-tonguing and overblowing. This plugin is so versatile that you can summon avant-garde howls and screeches from your woodwinds if you please to do so.

It must be noted, however, that the Eb clarinet and contrabass clarinet have lesser articulation options, only having the most important ones. Nonetheless, the available options are more than enough for most standard woodwinds orchestrations.

HOW uses EastWest’s proprietary PLAY system, a solid 64-bit-enabled playback system. If you are familiar with EastWest’s other Orchestral libraries, using HOW will be a walk a park.

There are also five microphone positions which include two Decca Tree positions, close-miking, surround, and even a ‘vintage’ miking option which produces a lo-fi, darker timbre.

Bottom-line

Hollywood EastWest Orchestral Woodwinds’ meticulous approach and attention to detail will please anyone from the casual electronic music producer to professional composers. Each of the multi-sample instruments is top-notch, and the articulations available make it possible to create rich woodwinds sounds that can rival the best live orchestral recordings. Given its range and functionalities, HOW is among the most expensive in our list and may even deserve a spot as among the best VST plugins out there.

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Little Wooden Flutes

Little Wooden Flutes

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Let’s scale down a bit and check out Soundiron’s Little Wood Flutes, a Kontakt instrument with an interesting selection of ethnic flutes. It includes an Indian venu flute and several Native American Plains flutes. Each of these sounds can be manipulated and mixed using Soundiron’s phrase sequencers and a control interface. Little Wooden Flutes is a unique instrument that is perfect for ethnic-sounding and ethereal woodwinds and pads.

Best Features & Specs

There are three different groups of sounds available in Little Wooden Flutes. The first in the Indian venu flute which was multi-sampled in a dry studio setting. The second group includes a variety of Native American Plain flutes recorded in a sanctuary hall, drenched in natural reverb. Finally, there is a collection of synth pad instruments made from ‘raw’ flute recordings.

The Indian venu flute can be played in three styles: normal, trilled, and overtone bursts. There are also phrases for live performances that can be synced to the global project key, tempo, and styles.

Each of the presets can be played and manipulated in a lot of ways. All of these functionalities can be readily seen from the interface. These include key modulation and tempo adjustment.

There is also an effects rack that includes compression, EQ, amp simulation, convolution reverb.

One can imagine that Soundiron is shooting for a soulful and natural aesthetic. This reflects in the choice of flutes. For instance, the venu flute in this plugin is a seven-holed end-blown keyless transverse flute which has a major role in classical Indian music. Made from rosewood, it has a fuller and more mellow sound. The sampled Native American flutes, on the other hand, were made from cedar and walnut.

Bottom-line

Little Wooden Flutes has a unique and selection of flutes. It succeeded in transferring the dynamics of these uncommon flutes into a VST environment. While its functionalities are a bit limited, it is powerful enough for a satisfying performance.

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SONiVOX Orchestral Companion – Woodwinds

SONiVOX Orchestral Companion - Woodwinds

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Part of the SONiVOX Orchestral Companion library, the Woodwinds component offers over 115 realistic woodwinds programs. Recorded in Futura Productions studio in Massachusetts with the impeccable performance of the Boston Pops and Boston Ballet Orchestra, this VST takes on a mass-recorded approach that preserves an orchestral “front-of-the-hall” feel. A lot less resource-heavy than single-instrument VSTs, SONiVOX Orchestral Companion Woodwinds nonetheless delivers a realistic sound that can be modified on-the-fly.

Best Features & Specs

In addition to the 115 full orchestral woodwind programs, there are also smaller wind ensembles and solo instruments available in SONiVOX Orchestral Companion Woodwinds. The ensembles include the major instruments such as the flute, bassoon, contrabassoon, English horn, clarinet, oboe, and piccolo.

There is an incredible variety of articulation options. There is vibrato, glissando, staccato, and flutter tonguing, all of which are crucial to bringing a composition to life. Overall, we have well over 7 gigabytes of data on articulations and tongue techniques alone.

Natural swells can be done through the mod wheel. MIDI key switching also enables easy performance. If you have a great MIDI controller (here’s our list of the best MIDI controllers out there, by the way), using it with this VST can make your life easier. The presets also have dual-velocity patches which makes them more expressive and responsive to the user’s performance.

SONiVOX Woodwinds also use internal FX, LFOs, and envelopes to further enrich the dynamics of the sounds.

The highlight of this Woodwinds VST is the high sample quality. SONiVOX claims that they sought out the best players and the best instruments for their sampling. They also used a combination of spot and ambient recording to fully capture the intimacy of the acoustic setting. This is evident in the samples themselves which are full of dynamicity, something that is impossible to replicate by simply stacking one woodwind sample over another.

Bottom-line

SONiVOX Orchestral Companion Woodwinds is a solid woodwinds VST with gorgeous timbres and a healthy variety of articulation options and functionalities. Usage-wise, it hails from SONiVOX’s long history of orchestral VST-making, so the general interface is easy to learn and use.

Because the VST uses mass-recorded samples, SONiVOX Orchestral Companion Woodwinds also projects an intimacy and dynamicity that can be clearly heard from the presets. The attention to detail worked in translating these orchestral dynamics to a virtual environment. This arguably also makes the VST easier to use because one doesn’t have to tweak every single instrument in the ensemble to create a realistic tone.

Demonstration


Orange Tree Samples Passion Flute

Orange Tree Samples Passion Flute

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Orange Tree Samples deviates from the ethnic flute trend by creating something more rock/ jazz-oriented with Passion Flute. Easy to use and great-sounding, Passion Flute is a VST that was made for actual live performance. Most of its functions are for expression and realism. It also utilizes an adaptive algorithmic script which responds to the user’s style of playing in real-time.

Best Features & Specs

Passion Flute has a juicy yet unassuming flute timbre that can work in many different contexts. Optimized both for keyboard performance and wind/breath controllers, the VST offers a great variety of tones and expressions. These can also be automated through MIDI in Kontakt’s automation environment.

One of Passion Flute’s most impressive features is its ability to analyze a user’s performance. This script interprets the user’s playing and automatically triggers an implied articulation. This rather complex capability can be hit or miss, but users who are deliberate with their articulation can easily communicate their intent to the VST.

That being said, the physically modeled flute fingerings also produce realistic key noises and legato. There are more than 150 alternate fingerings. Together with the script, the VST can create realistic key noises and even breathing sounds depending on the way you play.

The samples themselves are pristine and believable. Sampled at 48,000 kHz , 24-bit, Passion Flute uses 4,600 samples, which amounts to a total of 1.15 GB. These samples morph in 5 morphing layers in a 4x round robin system.

There are also five mic positions available which can also be tweaked using a native mix engine.

Bottom-line

Orange Tree Samples’ Passion Flute has a spot-on timbre, awesome expression capabilities, and a user-responsive script that puts performance realism to another level.The VST itself loads quickly and does not consume a lot of resources. This makes it performance-friendly and convenient to use.

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Varazuvi Indian Flute

Varazuvi Indian Flute

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Varauzi Indian Flute is a 24-bit Indian flute VST. Captured in 24-bit 48kHz samples, the rompler VST gives users access to two octaves of rich woodwinds sonorities along with control of a few other parameters.

Best Features & Specs

Lightweight and pretty straightforward, Varauzi only has one timbre. Nonetheless, this can be further shaped with basic attack, decay, sustain, and release controls. Three separate styles can also be accessed: short, medium, and long notes.

Bottom-line

Varauzi Indian Flute is as simple as a flute can get. The most important feature of this VST, after all, is that it is free. Nevertheless, it can be a competent instrument if used in a solid mix. A little bit of external reverb or delay can give it some much-need spice.


Iowa Alto Flute

Iowa Alto Flute

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This free VST has been sampled from the Iowa Electronic Music Studios.

Best Features & Specs

The Iowa Alto Flute VST is as bare and straight-forward as a VST can get. Users can play with the attack, decay, sustain, release, and panning.

The sample quality itself leaves much to be desired, but it definitely sounds better when used with longer sustained notes.

Bottom-line

As a free VST, the Iowa Alto Flute can be a decent option for laying out melodic drafts, especially given its low CPU usage. It also works if put within the context of, say, a heavy trap beat or lo-fi hip hop beat.


VSCO2 Flute

VSCO2 Flute

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This free VST by Bigcat Studios was made from samples recorded by Versilian Studios and Sam Gossner. Taking a unique approach in woodwinds VST making, VSCO2 offers an ‘antithesis’ to the common trend of using only the ‘best’ musicians and the ‘best equipment’ when making VSTs. Instead of striving for perfection, Bigcat Studios recorded their instruments in intimate settings and played by a wide variety of performers, with minimum room coloration.

Best Features & Specs

What this VST lacks in technical sheen, it makes up with creativity and personality. Aside from the usual woodwinds, its orchestral ensembles includes rare and antique instruments such as the bass recorder, ophicleide, circular alto horn, and others.

As for the VST itself, it offers minimum customization with the basic attack, decay, sustain, release, panning, and a reverb dial.

Bottom-line

The VSCO2 flute has a rustic timbre that is its own class. While it may lack crucial functionalities such as articulations, its interesting timbre has its own charm.


Sonatina Flute

Sonatina Flute

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The Sonatina Flute is another free flute VST, but it has a remarkable and more than decent sound. It has been edited from the Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra sample library.

Best Features & Specs

Aside from usual attack, decay, sustain, release, and panning controls, users can switch between five groups: flutes, flutes sustain, flutes staccato, alto flute, and piccolo.

Timbre-wise, the Sonatina Flute has a subtle tremolo that gives it a touch of realism. Although some artifacts become more pronounced once you play fast notes, it has way more character than most other free flute VSTs.

Bottom-line

Sonatina Flute is a great option for a free flute VST. It has five other timbres and it sounds great, too, for a free instrument.


Heavyocity VENTO: Modern Woodwinds

Heavyocity VENTO Modern Woodwinds

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Producers who are looking for more timbrally versatile VSTs can check out Heavyocity’s VENTO: Modern Woodwinds. Marketed as a “fresh and original take” on woodwinds, Vento Modern Woodwinds aims to provide everything from the traditional woodwinds to sound-designed patches, textures, and articulations. If you’re looking for the best flute VST for rap or any modern genre, Heavyocity’s VENTO: Modern Woodwinds can be a great option.

Best Features & Specs

Vento is made up of two rough categories of instruments/sounds, Traditional and Evolved. Among the Traditional sounds are your usual woodwinds such as clarinets, flutes, high ensembles, low ensembles, and a Contra bass ensemble.

The sample quality of these traditional instruments is impressive, but the charm lies in the textures, special techniques, and patterns that a user can infuse to manipulate these sounds. For example, we have Subtle Waves among the extended presets. This articulation is very difficult to achieve in a real orchestra. However, thanks to Heavyocity’s sound-design magic and programming, these kinds of effects can be easily used to give your woodwinds sound an alien-sounding texture.

The real magic, however, lies in the Evolved family. Here we have a Woodwind Designer where users can create sustained evolutions. Users can also automate orchestrations through a color-coded presentation of the woodwinds section.

Aside from articulations, each woodwind section can be assigned to envelopes, filters, EQs, and even space parameters for further manipulation. This gives users absolute sonic control, realism be damned. Going from orchestral to psychedelic is as easy as a few clicks.

Bottom-line

Heavyocity’s Vento Modern Woodwinds is a powerful sound-design-oriented woodwinds VST. Producers who want total control over their woodwinds sound will enjoy the options available in this VST’s Evolved patches. Nonetheless, it has the capability to be a decent traditional woodwind VST too. In short, it can be a versatile tool for producers who want to have total control over their sounds.


Audio Modeling SWAM Solo Woodwinds Bundle

Audio Modeling SWAM Solo Woodwinds Bundle

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Standing out in our list is a “digitally handcrafted” VST by Audio Modelling, the SWAM Solo Woodwinds. Utilizing Audio Modelling’s proprietary SWAM (Synchronous Waves Acoustic Modeling) technology, all of the sounds in this bundle have been synthesized sounds through physical modelling. The people at Audio Modelling even called their product “most expressive, realistic virtual solo woodwinds on the market.” A huge claim, but not entirely unfounded.

Best Features & Specs

What separates this VST from the rest is no samples were used to create the VST. As you may already know, sampling’s biggest drawback is that it can only capture the sound of the instrument at the moment of recording. Although deep sampling is supposed to compensate for this limitation, sample-based VSTs can only give a similar approximation of the source’s sound.

On the other hand, physical modelling VSTs such as SWAM Woodwinds creates the sound using algorithms that represent actual acoustic properties. While most physical modelling technologies have yet been able to achieve a respectable sound quality, it seems that SWAM is able to come up with a totally realistic instrument.

SWAM Woodwinds is available as a bundle that includes piccolo, flute, alto flute, bass flute, clarinet, bass clarinet,  oboe, English horn, bassoon and contrabassoon.

Instead of offering a bunch of presets, SWAM Woodwinds presents its solo instruments as single all-in-one instruments which have different ‘styles.’

We are particularly surprised by the richness of the tone that SWAM’s instruments offer. The articulations are also impressive. These can be independently controlled real-time.

However, as expected from a physical modelling synth, the instruments do not have the extra-musical artifacts such as breathes and key noises. This may make them less realistic, but also more ‘pure’, sound wise.

Bottom-line

Audio Modelling’s SWAM Solo Woodwinds sounds and feels almost like real woodwinds. The small data and RAM footprint and CPU load of this VST also makes it an attractive choice. Nonetheless, we believe such a tool could best be used with a great MIDI device or audio interface.


Vienna Symphonic Library Synchron-ized Woodwinds – Standard Library

Vienna Symphonic Library Synchron-ized Woodwinds - Standard Library

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It took the Vienna Symphonic Library an entire year to come up with Synchron-ized Woodwinds, the woodwinds component of their flagship orchestral VST. Recorded in the Synchron Stage Vienna Stage A, Synchron-ized Woodwinds have been re-edited and re-mapped for a better and more efficient workflow. Needless to say, the instruments themselves in this VST are exquisite in terms of sound and the realism of articulations.

Best Features & Specs

Synchron-ized Woodwinds comes with the following instruments: piccolo, two flutes, oboe (French), oboe 2 (Vienna), English horn (French), two Bb clarinets, bass clarinet, two bassoons, and a contrabassoon. The instruments have been arranged in situ with appropriate soundstaging.

The VST has all the important articulations for woodwinds. These include détaché, staccato, tremolo, sustained, sforzato, portamento, pizzicato, and legato. The transitions between articulations and velocity levels, (tremolo to non-tremolo, for example), are smooth and very subtle. There is also an automatic volume adjustment between articulations for consistency.

The bundle comes with the Synchron Player, a dedicated VST made especially for the Vienna Symphonic Library. The Synchron Player includes an external mixer with 5-band equalization. Runtime compensation is also possible with individual delay settings. Some effects such as algorithmic reverb, panorama controls, polarity switching, and even a convolution reverb are available.

Bottom-line

Overhauling the architecture and updating the sound library can be a huge undertaking for any VST maker, but Vienna Symphonic Library did not hesitate to do just that for their Woodwinds. This resulted in an easier to use VST with a competent collection of woodwind sounds. The articulations and other functionalities are also sufficient for most orchestral projects.


Ventus Ethnic Winds Impact SoundWorks

Ventus Ethnic Winds Impact SoundWorks

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Another ethnic flute VST on our list is the Ventus Ethnic Winds Impact Soundworks. This is actually a bundle of five separate deep-sampled instruments: Shakuhachi, Tin Whistle, Bansuri, Pan Flutes, and Ocarinas.

Best Features & Specs

Each of the instruments have varying numbers of playing styles available. The Shakuhachi, for instance, has 15 playing techniques. The Bansuri has 14, and so on. Each of these instruments have been deep-sampled, which means Ventus recorded thousands of samples to capture every detail and nuance of the instruments. The Shakuhachi alone uses 6,000 samples, obviously a staggering number.

Fortunately, all the pain-staking sampling work becomes evident the moment you use the instrument. The instruments are incredibly responsive and the timbres are full of rich sonorities.

An impressive aspect of these instruments is how they lend themselves easily for performance. Aside from the wide variety of available ornaments, the articulation controls can be easily accessed from the visual interface.

An interesting tidbit is the large ornamentation dial which allows users to increase or decrease the likelihood that an ornamental phrase will be played. This can give a performance some level randomness. Of course, you can dial it down to zero if you don’t like surprises.

Also available is a 4-rack FX module including an analog-modeled EQ, compressor, reverb, and delay. Two micing options are also available, single close and stereo room.

The Ventus Ethnic Winds instruments use Impact Soundworks’ Total Articulation Control Technology or TACT system. This system provides a consistent interface for any instrument while also deploying most of the instruments’ key controls for the best performance experience. In short, users can adjust the articulation dynamics and map these controls with greater ease and less impact on the machine’s resources.

Bottom-line

The incredible level of control that these Ventus Ethnic Winds Impact Soundworks instruments gives its users is impressive. There are a lot of techniques and ornamentations to discover in each of the instruments. Playing with these is enjoyable by itself.


Spitfire Studio Woodwinds

Spitfire Studio Woodwinds

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Spitfire, a company known for its innovative VSTs and forward-thinking philosophy, released the last of its Studio Orchestra range with Spitfire Studio Woodwinds. Composed of 15 solo instruments and ensembles, what makes Spitfire’s Woodwinds stand is the humongous articulation library, each of which can be further tweaked and automated.

Best Features & Specs

Spitfire’s Orchestral Woodwinds are available in Basic and Pro versions. The Basic version has 11 instruments, 7 solo instruments and one Decca Tree miking of the instruments. The Professional version has 15 instruments, 11 solo instruments, two close micing and two Decca Trees, as well as outriggers and two other mix variants.

Performance control takes center stage in this VST. There are 143 articulations (185 for the Professional version) across the instruments. The mic placements and mixes can also be personalized.

As a bonus, the VST also includes the Ostinatum sequencer which generates user-configurable patterns of up to 16 steps. It can be a fun tool for creating arpeggios or even syncopated accents which can add some rhythmic momentum to your project or score.

Bottom-line

Although Spitfire decided to record as ‘dry’ as possible with Studio Woodwinds, Woodwinds still has a definite color due to the AIR Studio One’s unique acoustic properties. This extra color, of course, can be a divisive topic. Nonetheless, the huge articulations library gives users a wide variety of options to further modify their sound.

In short, Spitfire offers a more creative and explorative option for woodwinds. It may better suit more adventurous producers and composers, but it is a solid and reliable studio woodwinds VST on its own.


Spitfire Symphonic Woodwinds

Spitfire Symphonic Woodwinds

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Spitfire also released another range of orchestral plugins, the Symphonic range. We actually included it in our list of the best orchestral plugins. As you can imagine, its Woodwinds component is at the top of its class. The result of a decade of meticulous deep sampling, Spitfire’s Symphonic Woodwinds has a comprehensive selection of instruments and articulations, including both solo and a2 sections.

Best Features & Specs

So how does it differ from Studio Woodwinds? First, the samples in Symphonic Woodwinds were recorded in AIR Studios and digitized at Lyndhurst Hall, a larger and more colorful studio than Studio One. This gives the instruments a distinctly less dry timbre than the Studio Woods. This difference can be more obvious if you’re using studio headphones or studio monitors for this purpose.

Symphonic Woodwinds has the usual suspects: flute, alto flute, bass flute, piccolo, oboe, clarinet, bass clarinet, contrabass clarinet, cor anglais. The instruments were recorded in situ, but it is possible to add a2 solo instruments to beef up your sound.

Each instrument offers multiple dynamics, round robins, vibration control, and other expressive capabilities. As expected, Symphonic Woodwinds offer an astonishing number of articulations, including extended techniques. We have the usual trill, staccato, flutter, legato, harmonics, overblown, tenuto, marcato, multi-tongue, and others. The legato in Symphonic Woodwinds is particularly impeccable and realistic.

Three miking positions are available: close, Decca Tree, and ambient. Additional positions and stereo mixes can be purchased.

Like Studio Woodwinds, Symphonic Woodwinds has the Ostinatum sequencer.

Bottom-line

Spitfire’s Symphonic Woodwinds has a massive sound that fits a more grandiose project. Unlike Studio Woodwinds which have drier and more intimate timbres, Symphonic Woodwinds’ timbres are colorful and dense. The huge number of articulations and extended techniques are also impressive.


How To Choose The Right Flute VST

It can be a bit intimidating to choose a flute VST given the huge number of options available. Here are some factors that you can consider if you are searching for the best flute VST for you.

Sound Quality

Sound quality is ultimately a matter of taste, but it nonetheless has objective factors. First, does it sound realistic? Is the quality consistent, not only in terms of solo performance but also when these instruments are stacked on top of each other? Do you hear artifacts that take away some of the realism out of the performance?

Sound quality may not really be a problem with most of the paid flute VSTs. But if you have a keen ear for flutes, we suggest testing each of the VSTs and hearing for yourself the nuances that each of them have.

Control

How much control does the VST give you? Aside from the basic attack, decay, release, sustain, and panning controls, what other aspects of the sound can you manipulate? You can compare the number of articulations available, but also remember that this is not a numbers game. Consider to what extent these manipulations contribute to your creativity and practical production needs.

VST vs Library

Most flute VSTs are sample library-based simply because it is much easier to achieve a realistic flute sound using samples. However, physicalling modelling technologies are fast improving, and more and more pure synth VSTs are entering the market. Synth VSTs may fail to capture some of the extra-musical aspects of woodwinds playing, but they also consume a lot less data and CPU resources, not to mention the save you on gigabytes worth of samples often required to reproduce quality flute-like sounds.

Free vs Paid

Unlike a straightforward synth sound, a realistic woodwind sound is difficult to create.This is why most of the best woodwinds VSTs are rather expensive. Fortunately, there are some competent free VSTs out there for hobbyists. It all depends on your aesthetic and creativity.

Live Performance Capability

Some of the sample library-based VSTs take a lot of resources, so it may be difficult to use them on a laptop for live performance. Some VSTs are also made for a production workflow while some are for performances. There are also more versatile VSTs whose live performance capabilities depend on your machine’s power. Choosing from the two depends on your needs and resources. You also have to consider controller compatibility if you are looking to use a VST for live performance.

Bundled Instruments (how much you need?)

Some of the best flute VST plugins are included in larger woodwinds bundles. Some are even included in massive orchestral bundles. These can be rather heavy on the pocket and impractical to purchase if all you need is a few flute sounds. Rather than buy everything, properly assess your immediate needs. Do you really need a full orchestra if all you’re planning to make are cloud rap beats? Be realistic and practical.

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