Harpsichord For Kontakt

US Soundiron samples an 18th Century Italian Bizzi instrument      05/10/23

Soundiron has introduced Harpsichord, a library built for the full version of Kontakt 6.2.2 or later.

A spokesperson told us, "Harpsichord is a prestigious 18th Century Italian Bizzi instrument belonging to Claudia Ferrero, an acclaimed teacher and renaissance performer in Europe. We've faithfully sampled every interesting sound we could get out of this instrument, with two stereo mic positions: Bridge and Soundboard. We've also captured the piano and forte registers, glisses, slides, percussive impacts, plucks, scrapes, and taps, along with plenty of sound-designed ambient soundscapes. These elements are crafted from the raw acoustic source to provide you with infinite creative expression."

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On sale for $49 (Regular price: $69)

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