Tibetan Bowls And Marching Glockenspiels

Precisionsound releases 2 new libraries      02/02/09
Tibetan Bowls And Marching Glockenspiels


Precisionsound has released 2 new sample libraries – Tibetan Bowl and Marching Glockenspiel. Here's all the details from their press release...
Tibetan Bowl
Tibetan Bowl SampleSet contains multi velocity Bowl hits, loops, swirls and effects. We also included some treated bowl pads. This library is great for ambient music and film scoring purposes.
The SampleSet contains:
  • 84 24bit stereo WAV files.
  • 18 programs for HALion & NI Kontakt each.
  • 15 programs for SoundFont in 16bit format.
All formats are included when you buy the SampleSet so you can choose to download both the 24bit Kontakt/HALion programs and the SoundFont (16bit) version if you like now or later on.
Marching Glockenspiel
The JenCo bell lyra/glockenspiel is mainly used in marching band orchestras and has a sound similar to a xylophone or a small Celeste.
The Marching Glockenspiel has been sampled in both damped and sustained versions.
The SampleSet contains:
  • 138 24bit mono WAV files.
  • 5 programs for HALion & NI Kontakt each.
  • 2 programs for SoundFont in 16bit format.
All formats are included when you buy the SampleSet so you can choose to download both the 24bit Kontakt/HALion programs and the SoundFont (16bit) version if you like now or later on.
Pricing and Availability:
Tibetan Bowl costs $19 (+$11 if you want it on CD).
Marching Glockenspiel costs $15 (+$11 if you want it on CD).
More information:
  • precisionsound.net

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