If It Ain't Baroque, Don't Sample It

Soniccouture introduces The Conservatoire Collection of baroque and renaissance musical instruments      30/08/11

If It Ain't Baroque, Don't Sample It


Soniccouture, in conjunction with The Birmingham Conservatoire, has announced The Conservatoire Collection, which they describe as a completely unique collection of 10 different baroque, renaissance and early musical instruments. The collection centres around two reproduction harpsichords, and also features guitars, theorbos and a hurdy gurdy.
Product Specs:
  • 23 GB core sample library ( 9 GB on disc with NCW lossless compression)
  • 24 bit 96 khz stereo sampling
  • 10 Kontakt Player instruments :
    • French Harpsichord
    • Flemish Harpsichord
    • Theorbo
    • English Theorbo
    • Baroque Guitar
    • Psaltery
    • Baroque Timpani
    • Renaissance Side Drums
    • Nakers
    • Hurdy Gurdy
  • Up to 10 velocity layers, 3 alternate Round Robin layers
  • Key-off samples and multiple articulations according to instrument
  • Real time hand postion control for guitar instruments
  • Custom Convolution Reverb Impulse response library
  • User selectable scales and tuning control for all pitched instruments
Pricing and Availability:
Available now on DVD and Download, priced EUR199 / USD 249.
For 3 weeks only until September 16th, The Conservatoire Collection is available at an introductory price of €179 / $219 (To purchase at this price, simply enter this code at checkout: OVD069KVPK).
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