Publisher : Cinesamples
Website : Cinesamples
Format : KONTAKT
Quality : 24 bit 48 kHz stereo
Requires Kontakt Player or Full 5.6.8 and above
Description : CineHarpsichord is a modern adaptation of the 1624 Franco-Flemish harpsichord by Johann Rückers Colmar, hand-selected during the MGM scoring phase at Sony Pictures Studios in Los Angeles, California. CineHarpsichord with four stops and three different sound symbols is suitable for use in dubbing and classic applications.
The 02 Baroque mix is very specific in every aspect – perspective, image, and tonal shape. Therefore, one stereo fader is all that is needed. This is a more ambient mix with a touch of the close microphones without the time-aligned delay in order to provide a more silky, distant feel.
The 03 Vintage mix is also very specific in every aspect and thus, only one stereo fader is needed.
This mix favors a closer perspective with tape emulation and discrete out-board analog treatment including a Chandler EQ and tube harmonic distortion.
CineHarpsichord includes our new Perspective Mode feature which allows for changes through microphone positions. When you activate Perspective Mode, a slider appears that gives a smooth crossfade between the microphone perspectives. The slider is automatically mapped to the Mod Wheel, giving instant control of the relative depth of CineHarpsichord.
The disposition of a harpsichord is the set of choirs of strings it contains. The modern adaptation of a Franco-Flemish 1624 Iohannes Rückers Colmar harpsichord we sampled had multiple choirs of strings accessible by switching stops. These included two sets of 8-foot strings, one set of 4-foot strings, and a buff stop (lute stop) – a stop that pressed pieces of soft leather against the first 8-foot set of strings to produce a muted, pizzicato tone.
Single: 1×8 ‘
Double: 2×8 ‘
Triple: 2×8 ‘+ 1×4’
Buff: 1×8 ‘
The RR Borrow knob employes surrounding notes as additional round robins. A value of 6 results in up to +/- a tritone of borrowing providing up to an additional 24 round robins per note. A value of zero plays two round robins per dynamic level. Higher values result in more round robins and more tonal variation.
This knob offers control over the volume of the release samples. Note: this will affect the ambience of the instrument.
Normally there is very little dynamic variation on a harpsichord. However, the dynamics control allows for a certain range of variation.