Ancient Portable Keyboard Sampled

Sound Dust releases dULCITONE1900      24/02/12
Sound Dust, (Pendle Poucher) has released a new instrument, dULCITONE1900 as a companion to the Dulcitone 1884 released about 5 years ago. The Dulcitone is a rare and beautiful portable keyboard that was originally made for missionaries to hump around remote african village churches to perk up hymn services.
Sound Dust had this to say, "It's taken an age, but I've finally managed to birth a lovely sister to Dulcitone1884. This one is a mere 112 years old and has a slightly jinglier and more even tone which really complements the butch woody clunk of her older sibling the 1884 version."
Seven velocity layers of binaural recording add up to around 500mb of samples. Pricing and Availability:
£15 for as many formats as you want (Kontakt 3 and above , EXS, Ableton Sampler, Alchemy, SFZ and SoundFont) More information:

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religiousbullshit    Said...

what a sad history, indoctrinating people into perverted religion. Retarded religious ideologies.

27-Feb-12 01:44 AM


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