Orchestral Tools – Berlin Harpsichords (KONTAKT)

By | October 9, 2019

 

Publisher : Orchestral Tools
Website : Orchestral Tools
Format : KONTAKT
Quality : 24 bit 48 kHz stereo



Description : Berlin Harpsichords is the latest collection of samples in the famous Berlin Orchestral Tools series. After adding new string, woodwind, wind and percussion patterns to the orchestra series in Berlin, this collection now presents the rich, baroque sounds of two traditional harpsichords – French and Italian – opening up new possibilities for users who want to expand their palette of sounds.

Kontakt 5.8.1 full version is required to run this collection



Additional Information:

The harpsichord samples have been recorded in different registers, ensuring that users have the flexibility they need to create the sound they are looking for. As with the Berlin series and other Orchestral Tools collections, the instruments were recorded at the Teldex Scoring Stage in Berlin, a distinctively balanced 450 m² hall with sublime acoustics and the finest microphones from the last five decades.
Users can choose from a total of six microphone positions – Close I, II, Close AB, AB, Tree, Surround – as well as having a wide range of harpsichord percussive effects at their disposal. With these, together with the sustain and staccato round robins contained in this collection, composers and producers will have the best possible tools for adding authentic harpsichord to their works.
– French Harpsichord
– Italian Harpsichord
– Both recorded with their full stop complement:
+ French: 8 ‘, 8’, 2×8 ‘combined, 2×8’ + 4 ‘combined, Harp Stop
+ Italian: 8 ‘, 8’, 2×8 ‘combined
– Round robins for sustains and staccatos
– Harpsichords percussive effects
– Recorded at the Teldex Scoring Stage
– Full orchestral microphone set up
– 15 GB of samples (7 GB compressed)
– 24Bit / 48KHz Patches











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