1950s Hohner Electronic Instrument Sampled

Precisionsound releases Multimonica II for NI Kontakt, EXS24 and SoundFont      16/01/14

1950s Hohner Electronic Instrument Sampled


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Precisionsound has released Multimonica II for NI Kontakt, EXS24 and SoundFont.

A spokesperson had this to say, "The Hohner Multimonica II was designed by the German engineer Harald Bode in the mid-1950s. A predecessor to the Clavioline tube synthesizer, it combined vacuum tube synthesis with a fan-driven reed organ. We sampled both the synthesizer and organ sections of the Multimonica II, capturing every setting and register for each note on the original instrument. After fine-tuning and seamlessly looping the samples, we rebuilt the Multimonica II within virtual samplers for use in your music. For the synth section, you get the true sound of the analog instrument with huge improvements in control and stability, way beyond what's possible with the real thing."

Multimonica II Features:

  • 205 stereo and 350 mono 24-bit WAV samples.
  • 8 multisampled synthesizer settings.
  • 5 multisampled accordion-style registers.
  • 2 programs for NI Kontakt 3-5 with scripted performance controls and GUI.
  • 14 programs for NI Kontakt 2.
  • 20 programs for Logic EXS24.
  • 13 programs for SoundFont.
  • The total size of the library compressed is 345 MB.

 

Pricing and Availability:

Multimonica II costs $59 USD and you can add CD/DVD backup for $9.95 USD or/and digital backup for $3.95 USD.
All formats are included when you buy Multimonica II.

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