Clavinets For Kontakt

The Purgatory Creek Soundware Clavinet Collection includes models C and D6      18/01/18

Clavinets For Kontakt


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The Purgatory Creek Soundware Clavinet Collection includes two examples of the funky keyboard: Models C and D6. This is how they describe each...

The model D6 was by far the most popular version of the instrument and can be heard on many recordings from the 1970s and beyond. Each of the four pickups of D6 were sampled at a minimum of 16 velocity levels for full duration, providing an accurate sound with no artificial decay envelopes or sample loops. Release samples and attack noise samples are also included.

Features:

  • Minimum of 16 velocity layers.
  • Four pickup tabs offer instant access to the pickup sample layers.
  • The four filter (tone) tabs of the original instrument are emulated.
  • Release and attack samples with level control.
  • Includes effects: EQ, wah-wah, saturation, reverb and amp/speakers.



The Clavinet C was made famous by Stevie Wonder's recording of Superstition and was the predecessor to the more common D6 and E7. Each of the four pickups for both the C were sampled at a minimum of eight velocity levels for full duration, providing an accurate sound with no artificial decay envelopes or sample loops. Release samples and attack noise samples are also included.

Features:

  • Minimum of 8 (up to 18) velocity layers.
  • Four pickup tabs offer instant access to the pickup sample layers.
  • The four filter (tone) tabs provide tonal variation.
  • Release and attack samples with level control.
  • Includes effects: EQ, wah-wah, saturation, reverb and amp/speakers.


Pricing and Availability:
$24.95

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