Celtic and Concert Harp plus Hammered Dulcimer VSTi
CHORDOPHONET is a
Virtual Harp and Hammered Dulcimer sample based software
featuring Celtic and Concert Harps, Pre-recorded
Glissando and Upward-Downward Harp Glissando, and Hammered Dulcimer modes.
to switch between Harps, glissandos and hammered Dulcimer sounds:
and Multiple, Ascending and Descending)
Upward-Downward Harp Glissando (Two handed)
Filter, The values are automatically
computed when you select any of the filter types. Filter
switch includes: LP (Low pass), BP (Band pass), HP (High pass), notch,
peak, low pass and high pass shelving filter with adjustable cutoff frequency and
Each pluck was recorded in 16-bit resolution
(44100 Hz sampling rate), using special equipment in a low noise environment.
Upward-Downward Harp Glissando , capturing
the sounds produced by rapid sliding motion of fingernails or
finger tips across strings (Ascending gliss: keyrange C3..B3 - Descending gliss:
Alternatively Glissandos can be played by running one’s fingers up and down the white keys of the
keyboard, creating an ascending and descending gliss effect.
Room: Free variation of acoustic
ambience thanks to complete
separation of the Harp or Dulcimer and the room.
and user-friendly attitude are sure to attract many enthusiasts and
Complete MIDI Continuous Controller. You can use this to automate
parameter changes from a sequencer, or to control your synthesizers
from an external MIDI control surface.
you install VST Instruments & Effects, please make sure your
computer fulfills the following requirements:
System: Native dll file for Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8,
Windows 8.1, Windows 10
x86 architecture (32-bit platform).
For x64 (64-bit platform) test the demo
plug-in with your host internal bit bridge as in Cubase up to v8.5 (VST Bridge),
FL Studio (Bridged
mode), Cakewalk SONAR (BitBridge),
Cockos REAPER (Bridging),
Acoustica Mixcraft (full
or via external jBridge application for Ableton Live, PreSonus Studio One,
Cubase 9, etc.
keyrange: Only 2 octaves available (Range: C5-B6,
Notes: 24)for Concert Harp, Celtic Harp and Hammered
and Dulcimer octaves are disabled.
- Emits a
noise every 10 seconds.
Registered Version does not have nagging sounds and
their use is unlimited.
The program is a SHAREWARE. You are hereby licensed
to use this
software for evaluation purposes without charge but if you use this software after the evaluation period, a
registration fee is required.
Note that by registering the software, you enable us to improve it and
full version is available to purchase, as downloadable software, the
price is US$35,90,
and you can download the full version as soon as your payment is
Harp: The harp is a stringed musical instrument that has a
number of individual strings running at an angle to its
soundboard; the strings are plucked with the fingers. Harps
have been known since antiquity in Asia, Africa and Europe,
dating back at least as early as 3500 BCE.
- The pedal harp (also known as the concert harp) is a large
and technically modern harp, designed primarily for
classical music and played either solo, as part of a chamber
ensemble, or in an orchestra.
- Celtic harp: The Celtic harp is a triangular harp
traditional to Brittany, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. It is
known as a telenn in Breton, cláirseach in Irish, clàrsach
in Scottish Gaelic and telyn in Welsh. In Ireland and
Scotland, it was a wire-strung instrument requiring great
skill and long practice to play, and was associated with the
Gaelic ruling class. It appears on the coins and coat of
arms of the Republic of Ireland.
Dulcimer: A dulcimer is a type of musical string instrument.
It is a species of zither. Among its forms are:
- Hammered dulcimer, free-standing, most frequently but not
always trapezoidal in shape, with many strings struck by
handheld "hammers". This type of instrument is found in many
cultures, especially in England, in the British Isles and in
the north of continental Europe. Most countries have their
own name for the instrument, for instance in Thailand it is
called a khim, in India it is called Santoor and many have
different tuning systems. Being a struck string instrument,
it is considered to be among the ancestors of the piano.
- Fretted, three or four strings, generally played on the
lap by strumming; including
- Appalachian dulcimer, a folk instrument used in the
Appalachian region of the U.S.
- Banjo dulcimer, with banjo-like resonating membrane
- Resonator dulcimer, with inset conical resonator
- Bowed dulcimer, teardrop-shaped and played upright with a
- Electric dulcimer, various types of dulcimer which use a
pickup to amplify the sound
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