Charles’ Dulcimer is an exquisite hammered dulcimer with a full, vivid tone and a wealthy resonating sound, sampled by Luis Filipe Costa.
The pattern library is three.3GB in dimension and comes with three mic views and seven spherical robins, making it a phenomenal sounding instrument.
Lovely Hammered Dulcimer with a Wealthy & Candy Sound
Charles’ Dulcimer is a fantastic Hammer Dulcimer manufactured from strong wooden with 9 programs of strings on the treble bridge and eight programs of strings on the bass bridge, recorded by Luis Filip Costa. It has two octaves and a candy, wealthy and resonating sound.
The instrument was extensively sampled with three totally different mic positions: an in depth perspective, a room and an ambient/corridor perspective on the Coomberhust Studio Live performance Corridor at Kingston College.
three Microphone Positions to Select From – Shut, Room & Ambient
Charles’ Dulcimer was sampled with three completely different mic positions: a detailed perspective, a room and an ambient/corridor perspective. The Shut perspective consists of a pair of cardiods (Shure SM57) spaced about 1 to 2 ft aside dealing with down about two inches away from the dulcimer. With this angle I meant to get a really detailed and clear recording, a transparent first assault of the observe, the string and hammer noise.
The Room perspective is an X/Y configuration of small diaphragm condensers (AKG C1000) for at about three toes away from the instrument, inserting the instrument in a room whereas nonetheless managing to get a clear, shiny sound as a result of delicate nature of the condenser microphones.
The Ambient perspective is a Giant diaphragm dynamic microphone (Sennheiser MD421) positioned 6 to eight ft away from the instrument to seize the sound of the corridor and the tail/decay of the instrument.
PC Home windows 7 (l64-bit), Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2
Mac OS X 10.6 (newest replace), Intel Core 2 Duo
2 GB RAM, four GB free onerous drive area
Native devices Kontakt Participant or Kontakt 5
three.29GB in dimension
three totally different mic positions (shut, room and corridor)
One velocity layer and seven spherical robins