Cinematic ensembles and divisi
Created with award-winning composer Benjamin Wallfisch, this collection redefines contemporary sampled strings, setting a new standard for realism and expression. Write for strings like you would for a live orchestra—with no compromises. With loop-free long notes, a consistently dynamic sound, divisi for all sections, upbow and downbow strokes, 5 dynamic layers, an atmos mic setup, and a mix curated by Benjamin Wallfisch, these strings are the new benchmark for contemporary film scoring.
About Benjamin Wallfisch
With over 100 film and TV credits to his name, multi award-winning composer Benjamin Wallfisch comes from a long line of renowned string musicians going back three generations. His movies have made over $4 billion at the international box office and his credits include blockbusters like IT, The Flash, Blade Runner 2049 (with Hans Zimmer), The Invisible Man, Mortal Kombat, Shazam!, Thirteen Lives, and the Academy Award best picture-nominee Hidden Figures.
He has conducted orchestras in concert around the world, including the London Philharmonic, LA Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony, Netherlands Symphony to name a few, and has also collaborated with some of the biggest names in music including Adele, Herbie Hancock, Lang Lang, Pharrell, and Yuja Wang. Benjamin has spent a lifetime studying and learning from mentors from across the spectrum of music, which allows him to embrace multiple genres and disciplines in his own work. His passion for musical extremes and originality, whether for the orchestra or in the realm of electronic sound design, has earned him Golden Globe, BAFTA, Emmy, and two Grammy nominations.
Perfectly integrated Teldex sound
Benjamin Wallfisch Strings is also available as a bundle with its sister collection, Stringscapes by Benjamin Wallfisch.
What’s more, both collections were recorded at the Teldex Scoring Stage in Berlin—the same place we recorded the Berlin Series, the Metropolis Ark Series, Miroire, and many other collections. We used the same basic mic setup every time, so you know that all these collections work perfectly together in the same sonic space.