Soundiron Circle Bells v2.0 KONTAKT

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Soundiron Circle Bells v2.0 KONTAKT
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Circle Bells library was written with the help of a rare and unique instrument called «Blossom Bells», created by SF Bay Area Pete Engelhart local craftsman. This hand-percussion instrument has six steel conical bells tuned to the same height and spaced at different distances. Each bell has a deep, warm and sonorous tone with long sustain and crystal clarity. We recorded them with soft mallets, sticks and hard alto bow with single strikes / staccato and a fill / sustain for each articulation. Its characteristic sound evokes a feeling of steel or marimbaphone Celeste at game hammers, but its nature and the wavy resonance can not be directly compared with any other tool.

Dimensions bells range from 2 "to 3 1/2" in diameter, and the length of each about 10 ". Each note can sound up to 10 seconds or more and carries a deep mixture of beautiful overtones. We made each of them close to each other. wide stereo It is divided into three articulation section:.. bow, hammers and sticks we used alto bow to create sustain and staccato We used hammers with a soft cloth to play individual notes and loops of sustained sounds Fills, and hard sticks to play some rapids,. scrapings loops of sustained sounds and effects. All articulation RR characterized by a wide and deep dynamic layering of velocity.
Each articulation is available as a separate or as part of a preset high-power two-layer tool, which allows users to configure and mix any two articulations, each with a completely independent controls. Each preset offers a full rack DSP effects, mixing layers of management, configuration, and the formation of the envelope. Our advanced ARP system provides instantaneous adaptive arpedzhiatsiyu, step sequencing, restriction of range / chord and the automatic scrolling with saving and loading user settings. You will also find a selection of ambient and atmospheric effects presets created Soundiron team and an experienced sound engineer and instrumentalist Steven Tavalone.
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