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[NAMM] Nord Licenses Chamberlin Library

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Clavia, the Swedish manufacturer of Nord keyboards has acquired a licensing agreement with M Resch AB to exclusively use and market the original sounds from the Chamberlin sound library.

Substantial parts of this library were previewed at the NAMM show in Anaheim.

The Chamberlin was the original tape replay instrument, developed and patented by US inventor Harry Chamberlin from 1949 to 1956, when the first commercially available model was introduced. Various models and versions of these music instruments were manufactured until 1981.

The Chamberlin library has been digitized in a 44.1 kHz, 24-bit resolution and will be available in the Nord Sample Library format, to be used with Nord Sample Library compatible units.

Here are a few examples of what the Nord Chamberlin Library contains:
Flute    Bass Clarinet    Open Trombone
3 Violins    4 Saxes    Male Voice
Steel Guitar    Cello    Harp Long Arpeggio
Dixieland Rhythms    Slur Guitar    Bassoon
Muted Trumpet    Glockenspiel    Mandolin

For more info, visit the www.nordkeyboards.com website.

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