Austrian Harpsichord by Realsamples

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The REALSAMPLES Austrian Harpsichord library features an instrument built by Johann Anton Miklis in 1671 in Prague (which belonged to Austria back then).

The set offers all three sounds of the instrument – the sonorous 8-foot stop, the sweet and jangly 4-foot stop and the recorded combination of both. The harpsichord shows the rich and slinky texture of Austrian-built instruments which Mozart would have known.

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Overview

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The realsamples Austrian Harpsichord library features an instrument built by Johann Anton Miklis in 1671 in Prague (which belonged to Austria back then). The set offers all three sounds of the instrument – the sonorous 8-foot stop, the sweet and jangly 4-foot stop and the recorded combination of both. The harpsichord shows the rich and slinky texture of Austrian-built instruments which Mozart would have known.

Like all harpsichords, the instrument is not touch-sensitive like a piano. However, hitting a note won’t sound exactly the same twice due to different resonances of soundboard and strings.

Up to now, many samplers repeated the same digital sample of a harpsichord. In order to avoid the “machine-like” effect, we captured the stops with up to 8 variations of each note. The delicate key release sounds were recorded with 4 samples per note./p>

The harpsichord is recorded in its original Valotti-tuning at 392 Hz. Presets at 440 Hz pitch and with equal temperament tuning are also available.

Presets are included for the Kontakt® (full version required) software sampler.

The sample library contains nearly 1.600 single recordings.

Originally sampled in 192 kHz/24 bit, it is downsampled to 44.1 kHz/24 bit. The instrument is released within our Edition Beurmann series of historical keyboards. It was part of the collection by musicologist Andreas Beurmann.

Normally $109.95

Overview

DISCOVER WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH THIS UNIQUE LIBRARY UNDER YOUR FINGERTIPS!

The realsamples Austrian Harpsichord library features an instrument built by Johann Anton Miklis in 1671 in Prague (which belonged to Austria back then). The set offers all three sounds of the instrument – the sonorous 8-foot stop, the sweet and jangly 4-foot stop and the recorded combination of both. The harpsichord shows the rich and slinky texture of Austrian-built instruments which Mozart would have known.

Like all harpsichords, the instrument is not touch-sensitive like a piano. However, hitting a note won’t sound exactly the same twice due to different resonances of soundboard and strings.

Up to now, many samplers repeated the same digital sample of a harpsichord. In order to avoid the “machine-like” effect, we captured the stops with up to 8 variations of each note. The delicate key release sounds were recorded with 4 samples per note./p>

The harpsichord is recorded in its original Valotti-tuning at 392 Hz. Presets at 440 Hz pitch and with equal temperament tuning are also available.

Presets are included for the Kontakt® (full version required) software sampler.

The sample library contains nearly 1.600 single recordings.

Originally sampled in 192 kHz/24 bit, it is downsampled to 44.1 kHz/24 bit. The instrument is released within our Edition Beurmann series of historical keyboards. It was part of the collection by musicologist Andreas Beurmann.

Normally $109.95

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key Features

  • Realsamples Austrian Harpsichord library
  • Features an Austrian-made harpsichord built in 1671
  • All three sounds captured: 8-foot stop, 4-foot and both recorded in combination
  • Harpsichords are not touch-sensitive, but hitting a note will never sound exactly the same twice
  • Each stop sampled with up to 8 varations per note, 4 variations per key release
  • Avoids the “machine-like” effect of digital harpsichord emulations triggering the same sample
  • Contains nearly 1.600 single samples
  • 44.1 kHz/24 bit
  • Presets included for Kontakt® (full version required)

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