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SANTOOR n DULCIMER
Santoor n Dulcimer is a sample based Instruments. It has been sampled from Asian and many types of real Santoor and Dulcimer Instruments. Sampled with 3 Mic Position.It is velocity sensitive instrument with built in Round Robin. It comes with Win 32-64-bit VST, VST3, AU and Mac VST plugins. Santoor n Dulcimer comes with free Player, however you need to purchase the factory expansion to Up and Run the full rompler instrument. 4 HQ Instrument presets with Low Cut & Reverb. Now just play real Santoor and Dulcimer right inside your host DAW.
Santoor n Dulcimer Player
Santoor n Dulcimer is a free player. It can load only santoor n Dulcimer Expansions.4 Factory Presets, all have been sampled from real Santoor and Dulcimer. All expansions have Velocity sensitivity.
- SANTOOR n DULCIMER Player is free.
- 4 Istruments Factory Expansion (Purchase separately).
- Sampled from real Santoor and Dulcimer.
- Dulcimer RR, Muted Dulcimer, Dulcimer Soft, Santoor RR.
- New VST3 formats.
- Low Cut and Reverb.
- Presets Browser.
- Round Robin and Velocity sensitive.
- Amp with Volume & Pan control.
- Level meter.
- All major DAWs supported.
- VST3, AU, Win 32-64-bit & Mac VST.
- Santoor n Dulcimer Expansion.
- Graphics Card 1GB (2 GB recommended).
- RAM 1 GB (2 GB recommended).
- Intel or AMD CPU.
- ASIO driver and audio interface.
- VST3, VST 32-bit, 64-bit, AU & Mac VST.
- Windows 7,8,10 (64-bit).
- Latest Mac OS X.
Reviewed By Starship Krupa
April 27, 2018
Not this crap again.
RDG Audio love to put their "free sample players" up here because they show up on KVR in the free listing, but after you go to their site, you will see that it is only the player that is free. You don't get any actual sounds without forking over money.
I don't understand why they feel the need to do this. The actual free products of theirs that I have downloaded were of high quality and I have no reason to doubt that their pay products are worthy of consideration on their own terms.
It's not as if people who are interested in free instrument plug-ins are going to be fooled by it. My suspicion is they'll just be as annoyed as I was when they find out the deception.
I would give zero stars because the "player" is useless, but KVR's lowest rating is a single star.Read more