New Spitfire Audio Sample Library

US Crystal Bowls by Aska Matsumiya is available now      07/02/24

Rising composer and multi-instrumentalist Aska Matsumiya (After Yang, Betty, Fastest Woman On Earth) has joined forces with Spitfire Audio to unveil a new sample library called Crystal Bowls, in a community-driven release.

They describe it as a distinctive collection of instruments that captures the ethereal and resonant tones of crystal bowls, tuning forks and percussion, meticulously curated and designed to inspire composers, producers, and musicians alike.

KEY FEATURES

  • A 7-piece set of rare crystal singing bowls made from high-purity quartz
  • Tuned to C, D, E, F, G, A, and B at a frequency of 432 Hz
  • Recorded in the expansive acoustics of London's Hackney Round Chapel, with a clear and resonant reverb
  • Presented in an elegant, user-friendly interface equipped with intuitive controls
  • Four controls to help shape your sound: Attack, Release, Offset and Reverb (using an IR captured in the Round Chapel)
  • 5 Crystal Bowl playing styles
  • Mix between a range of six traditional and contemporary beaters - Brushes, Soft Mallet, Sticks, Rubber Mallet, Plastic Mallet, Hot Rods
  • Two tuning fork sounds for higher, sharper tones
  • One signal created from a mix of Close, Room, Gallery positions
  • Six warped sounds made by running the crystal bowls through guitar pedals and granular synths
  • Download Size: 2.1GB

Pricing and Availability:
£79

More information:

 

 

 


Spitfire Audio Social

More From: SPITFIRE AUDIO
Even more news...


 

Want Our Newsletter?



More...

Pittsburgh Modular's latest release


Raspberry PI5 Hardware VST Host 

Floyd Steinberg gets the gear together


Aodyo Loom


And more


Baby Audio Atoms - Advanced Physical Modelling Synth 

Uses a unique ball and spring model


Akai's MPC 37 Looks Like Just the Thing 

If you want a compact sampling workstation


Hey there, we use Cookies to customize your experience on Sonicstate.com