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Miscellania II: Bells and Chimes

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Metal Percussion Plugin by Versilian Studios
Miscellania II: Holiday Bells
Miscellania II: Bells and Chimes by Versilian Studios is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin for macOS and Windows. It functions as a VST Plugin and an Audio Units Plugin.
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1.0
System Requirements
At least 512 MB of RAM suggested
93 MB of Hard Drive space
A Hard Drive of at least 7200 RPM or SSD (VSTi streams from disk)
Keyboard Recommended
Product
Version
1.0
System Requirements
At least 512 MB of RAM suggested
112 MB of Hard Drive space
A Hard Drive of at least 7200 RPM or SSD (Instrument streams from disk)
Keyboard Recommended
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A (belated) happy Holidays from everyone here at Versilian Studios with this fun little plug-in of six whole octaves (including black notes) of chimes, bells, triangles, finger-cymbals, pots, pans, and anything in between that manages to make a ding, ring, clang, or tang-a-lang. Oh yeah, and 10 RR tambourines in case you needed it...

Instrument-at-a-Glance:

  • 6 whole octaves of fun including five bells, four triangles, three tambourines, two finger cymbals, and a partridge in a pear tree (well, not the last one).
  • New loops of wind chime ambiance and bells tinkling ambiance.
  • Replacement Christmas light bulbs or gingerbread men for UI not included. You're on your own, sorry.
  • It's free.
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