1970s String Machine Sampled

Forgotten Keys samples every note of each sound of the Elka Rhapsody 490      14/05/10

1970s String Machine Sampled


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The Elka Rhapsody is an Italian made "String Machine" from the 1970s. It has that classic shimmering ensemble effect and was used by the likes of Jean-Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream and Vangelis. The sound isn't an accurate simulation of a real string orchestra but has a unique and pleasant sound nevertheless.
Every note of each sound (3 x 49 =147 samples) has been sampled. Supplied as 24-bit WAV files as well as Kontakt instrument files.
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