19th Century Harmonium Sampled

Softrave releases Harmonium Pro VSTi for Windows      28/02/12

Softrave tells us that the new Harmonium Pro VSTi is based on samples of a real Harmonium Organ from 19th century recorded with different positions of its overtones switches. They say that they have also added Analog drift control to add analog touch to samples or to create new vibrato effects. THey also say that samples are looped so you can play infinite notes on the keyboard without any need to pump air with your legs like in the original mechanical instrument. Pricing and Availability:
50 Euro / $67 USD More information:

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