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Kontakt, instruments

KONTAKT - 147 MB
The Tiny Binaural Harpsichord³ remains beautifully faithful to its rare origins, a spinet harpsichord made by influential instrument maker and musician, Arnold Dolmetsch (1849-1940).

But, as always with a Sound Dust instrument, the TBH³ offers much more than impressively realised acoustics and editing - it offers two completely unique and incredibly versatile ‘must have’ instruments for the modern player, sound designer or composer.

Source samples were painstakingly recorded using OKM Binaural microphones, enabling the capture of omnidirectional stereo sound as experienced by the ear. The result is transparency and authenticity by the bucket load. The TBH³ delivers the resonant joy of a small period harpsichord, its ancient soundboard alive to the ring and thrum of quill plucked brass strings and the soft organic clunk of a worn wooden mechanism.

In Sound Dust style, the TBH³ is much more than a beautifully realised harpsichord. The smart main control panel is intuitively executed, with the three layers of sampled sound grouped with all primary edit tools and effects in the view pane.

Although the TBH³ has evolved from its predecessor, the TBH², there are some significant differences to hand. A spanking new edit suite and effects bank each come with an expanded set of features and editing controls for superior detailed manipulation of sound. Tweaking almost any of the controls will result in the transformation of familiar harpsichord characteristics, delivering subtle new textures or completely altered states. Experimentation rewards with never before heard wonders. Altering volume envelope, attack shape and heaping on the sustain can result in something that sounds like a treated harpsichord played with an E-Bow. Drop an octave or two, add a little something from the Sound Dust wildcards of dirt and rotor and discover the fizzing twang of short metal wires stretched over a jar. The TBH³ encourages and rewards with each edit.

The science bit...
Arnold Dolmetsch Harpsichord - plucked, damped, release and prepared articultions recorded binaurally with OKM in ear mics

2 x instruments types:
Tiny Binaural Harpsichord³
- 3 articulations with selectable release sound
- Sample start control per articulation
- Stereo width and pan control per articulation
- ADSR volume envelope control per articulation
- Parametric notch/bump EQ per articulation
- Transient designer per articulation
- 24 custom convolution reverbs per articulation
- 4 controllable insert effects - dirt, eq, rotor, phaser and master algorithmic reverb
- 2 controllable send effects - delay and algorithmic reverb
- Keyboard Velocity modelling page
- 25 instrument snapshots
- Handy build in instructions in RTFM page


Tiny Binaural Prepared Harpsichord³
+ BOINK ENGINE PAGE
- 215 prepared harpsichord sounds
- 12 triggered 12 track sequencers
- 8 FX sequencing lanes per sequence track - reverb level, volume, filter cutt off, hold, sample start, pan, transient modeller and tuning
- Remix control with 32 algorithms
- Sound and timing randomisation controls
+ ONE SHOT PAGE
- 5 octaves of one shot kits
- 13 per note articulations - inc flam, drag, roll, geiger, 16th repeat, 8th repeat, triplet
- 2 custom convolution reverb engines with 24 custom impulse responses
- Chaos and Order controls for instant randomisation and reset
- Filter, tuning and reverb send amount controls
- Handy build in instructions in RTFM page



FULL version of Kontakt 5.5.1 or above needed


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comments

  Resident 4.06.2011 184
+4
Amazing stuff !!!!
THANXS a LOT !!!
For sure i'm gonna buy this...
  Resident 22.01.2014 103
+32
Great! sound Tnx.
  Resident 4.02.2012 454
+123
I love Sound Dust stuff (bought a few)! Thank you!
  Member 19.09.2016 10
0
that sounds amazing, thnx!
  Resident 7.07.2008 2 58
+77
thank you for the share! a bit of john barry there

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