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ePipes has announced the release of The Fred Morrison Sound, a virtual bagpipe system in the form of a VST instrument plug-in for Windows.

It has been developed with piper Fred Morrison, and the Centre for Music Technology at The University of Glasgow, Scotland.

Features:
  • All samples are played by Fred Morrison on his own instruments.
  • Play Highland Pipes, Border Pipes, Scottish Small Pipes and Uillieann Pipes.
  • Transpose to any key over a two octave range.
  • Built in reverb.
  • Upgradeable sample sets, new instruments and features to come.
  • Long drone samples provide phasing and variation that define the real sound of the pipes while remaining perfectly in tune.
  • Adjustable chanter mellow. Choose your sound: piercing and rousing or sweet and mellifluous.
  • Compatible with all MIDI bagpipes and devices.

Pricing & Availability
The Fred Morrison Sound is available for Windows as a VST instrument plug-in priced at £70 (+VAT). It is currently available to buy as boxed product with a download version coming soon.
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