Orange Tree Samples new Zither and summer deals
Orange Tree Samples launched the new Angelic Zither sample library for Kontakt as well as a summer promotion on its entire catalog.
Angelic Zither samples a hand-made 15-string zither from Belarus. The instrument in tune diatonically in G and the samples were stretched to cover a full 4-octave scale chromatically.
Orange Tree Samples used for the recordings a dynamic microphone for the proximity take and a pair of small diaphragm condenser mics for the stereo overhead.
Each of the 15 strings was sampled in 24-bit / 44.1kHz with 3 round robins and 3 velocity layers. You’ll also find in this 685MB library release samples with three round robins and dynamic layers.
Angelic Zither requires the full version of Kontakt 4 or 5 and is available for the introductory price of $14.95 instead of $24.95 until August 31st.
Note that this is the only library that doesn’t get any summer discount as part as the special offer Orange Tree Samples launched. Through July 11, you can indeed purchase any of the OTS sound libraries with a 30% discount by using the SUMMER2014 promotion code.
More info about Angelic Zither and the summer deals at www.orangetreesamples.com.
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