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Italian Concert Organ

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Italian Concert Organ
Italian Concert Organ by Hephaestus Sounds is Soundware (samples or presets that load into other products).
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2.0
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Kontakt 5
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The Italian Concert Organ is a faithfully reproduced church organ with individual ranks and combinations, in addition to an exceptional sound engine able to restore harmonics, environment, mechanical noise and even more, in a completely customizable way:

  • Sample resolution: now it's true 96kHz 24-bit Stereo
  • 32 patterns (16+16): 14 single ranks and 18 now real sampled combinations. There are no more simultaneous voices.
  • 7 sound controls: Source, Beat, IR Level/Attack/Size, Tuning and Colour.
  • Key-off noise, airflow and customizable impulse reverb.
  • It's possible to turn off the airflow and disable the internal Kontakt FX engine to use your effects.
  • 6 modes: TouchScreen, FootPedal, MultiCombo, MultiChannel, TraditionalSingle and TraditionalMulti
  • Expression pedal support (MIDI CC 11)
  • Almost perfect pitch
  • Total instrument size: 614MB (520MB of compressed new samples)
  • Stunning 3D GUI by Divergent Audio Group.
  • Manual in Italian, English, German and French
  • Average polyphony consumption during performance: 4 - 8 sounds.
  • Max polyphony in single mode: 32 sounds.
  • Max polyphony in multi mode: 256 sounds.
  • Works with Kontakt v5.2.1 or newer (not on Kontakt Player).

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