SampleTraxx Old Broken Piano KONTAKT

SampleTraxx Old Broken Piano KONTAKT | 1.08 GB
For Old Broken Piano we have recorded an old piano manufactured in the 1940s by the brothers Manegold. It has not been maintained and tuned for decades, giving it a unique, dark and nostalgic sound character. The instrument was recorded with a Sennheiser MKH 8040 Stereo Pair connected to a Sound Devices 702T. MKH 8040 are microphones with extended frequency response up to 50.000 Hz, which is great if you want to further process, re-pitch or stretch audio files.
SampleTraxx Old Broken Piano KONTAKT

SampleTraxx Old Broken Piano KONTAKT | 1.08 GB
For Old Broken Piano we have recorded an old piano manufactured in the 1940s by the brothers Manegold. It has not been maintained and tuned for decades, giving it a unique, dark and nostalgic sound character. The instrument was recorded with a Sennheiser MKH 8040 Stereo Pair connected to a Sound Devices 702T. MKH 8040 are microphones with extended frequency response up to 50.000 Hz, which is great if you want to further process, re-pitch or stretch audio files.
Heavyocity Media Vocalise 2 KONTAKT
Heavyocity Media Vocalise 2 KONTAKT
FANTASTiC | Feb 06 2018 | 2.43 GB

Heavyocity Media announces the release of Vocalise 2, the thrilling sequel to their award-winning GRAVITY Pack, Vocalise. With a lineup of world-class singers and a stirring collection of tempo-synced vocal content, Vocalise 2 delivers more than 3GB of pure vocal inspiration for composers and producers of all genres. Featuring a diverse array of all-new sound sources, including vocal pads, phrases, and a truly innovative collection of rhythmic pedals and motifs, Vocalise 2 elevates the mission of the original to a whole new sonic plateau. Re-discover the evocative power of the human voice with Vocalise 2.
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Hideaway Studio - Polivox v1.1 (KONTAKT)
Hideaway Studio - Polivox v1.1 (KONTAKT) | 681 MB

The Polivoks (Rus.: Поливокс) was designed by Vladimir Kuzmin with input on the aesthetics from his wife Olimpiada who was apparently inspired by Soviet military radios of the time. In production between 1982 and 1990 the Polivoks was manufactured at the Formanta Radio Factory in Kachkanar, Russian SFSR. With a retail price upon release of 920 rubles around 100,000 Polivoks were manufactured - peaking at a production rate of up to 1,000 units a month! Despite this, the Polivoks is not all that commonly seen an instrument outside of Russia.