Audio Plugin Deals are offering 87% off German Harpsichords 1738 & 1741 Bundle by Realsamples for a limited time, now only $29.90, (usually $229.90). The offer ends September 26th.
The German Harpsichords Bundle features two historical German harpsichords from the 18th century:
German Harpsichord 1738 – samples of an instrument by Christian Vater built in 1738. It’s got 3 sounds – two single 8′ stops and their combination. The texture offers mellow low end and rich low mids and a delicate treble range.
German Harpsichord 1741 – this library’s instrument was built by Christian Zell in 1741. We captured its 6 sounds. The instrument provides an elusive majestic texture and beautiful upper mid harmonics unlike any other harpsichord.
The instruments were recorded at 192 kHz/24 bits and downsampled to 44.1 kHz. Harpsichords are not touch-sensitive. However, not any note will sound the same twice due to resonances of body and strings. Therefore, we captured every note with up to 8 variations. The key release sounds are also of major importance for a thorough impression of the instrument. Those were recorded with 4 release samples per note.
The libraries contain nearly 5.300 single samples. Presets are included for Kontakt.
The bundle requires a full version of Kontakt.
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