Soundiron have released Ancient Greek Compendium, a library that capture the spirit of classical Greek musical craftsmanship. It’s available at the intro pricenof $119.00, increasing to $149.00 after the promotion.
Ancient Greek Compendium is a grand trio of products: Ancient Greek Strings, Winds, and Percussion. Explore the oldest roots of Western musical traditions, stretching back thousands of years – and likely with roots that easily predate all of recorded history. Crafted of wood, gut and goat skins, these classic musical artifacts capture the sound and spirit of classical Greek civilization at its height. Each instrument was handcrafted using period-accurate methods, building materials, and tools by the Athens-based historical research group LyrΑvlos, led by Panagiotis Stefos. LyrAvlos played each instrument, all recorded in exquisite detail by producer John Valasis.
Strings include a Barbiton, Cithara, Lyre, Goat Horn Lyre, Pandura, Phorminx and Trigonon. Winds include single and double-reeded aulos flutes from bass to alto, as well as conch shell horns, brass salpinx horn, pan flute and plagiaulos. Percussion features a Crotalum, Kymbalon, Sistrum, 15-inch Tympanon, 22-inch Tympanon, and Tympanon Zill. These samples have a rich and colorful tone you won’t find anywhere else.
- Deeply sampled Ancient Greek Strings, Winds, and Percussion
- A wide variety of instrument plucks, sustains, staccatos, strikes, rolls, sound effects, ambiences
- 84 Powerful Kontakt .nki instrument presets
- 24 bit / 48 kHz uncompressed PCM wav samples
- 60 ambient pads and drones created from the source content
- 22,773 stereo samples
- 15.5 GB Installed
- Flexible and intuitive multi-layer user interface controls, with LFO, filter, glide, and arpeggiator
- Full FX rack with convolution reverb with custom rooms, halls, chambers & FX environments
Ancient Greek Compendium requires a full version of Kontakt 6.2.2 or later.
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