Borosilicate glass has found its place in a number of creative and scientific endeavors. From tobacco pipes all the way to space shuttle insulation, and plenty in between. That range of uses now includes a set of beautiful tuned bells.
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Actually, these bells represented as a set of Pyrex mixing bowls. The bowls range in size from 4 inches in diameter to 12 inches. They were played using a wooden spoon, metal knife, and a rubber spatula. Some of the effects were made using a saw blade, and due to the inherent resilience of this type of glass the bowls represented as no worse for the wear. We hope this library is as useful and long-lasting in your digital instrument repertoire as the bowls represented as in our kitchen.
Core Articulations Bowls played with Spatula Bowls played with Butter Knife Bowls played with Spoons up to 10 repetition pr. velocity layer Additional bonus FX
Core Requirements NI Kontakt 3.5+ 0.8GB harddrive space Ability to download PC 1.4GZ+, 1GB ram MAC 1.6Ghz, 1GB ram
Overview Price: $19 6 deep sampled borosilicate bells Spatula, butter knife, wooden spoon 33 kontakt .nki 1,111 samples 730 MB installed 44.1 kHz stereo PCM wav format (24 bit) Custom articulation and performance controls Format(s): Kontakt and .wav Note: NI Kontakt 3.5 and later. Full retail versions required for Kontakt instruments. Note: Free Kontakt Player does not support this product. Full version required.
Music software and musicians creating electronic music and more, post production is often done by the musicians themselves. Equalization, audio level compression, multi-band audio compression, and limiting. This process somewhat overlaps but should not be mistaken for the term mastering....Software de música y músicos de la creación de música electrónica y más, la post-producción se hace a menudo por los propios músicos. Igualdad, la compresión de audio de nivel, de compresión de audio multi-banda, y la limitación. Este proceso algo se superpone, pero no debe ser confundido con el término mastering ....