Friday’s Freeware: The Leeds great organ
There are church organs, and city hall organs, specially the one installed in the Leeds city hall, UK, where Samplephonics spent several months.
With the help of British organist Simon Lindley, the Samplephonics team discovered, recorded and sampled this great organ for a library that can be used in Kontakt 4, and 5, EXS24, Reason NN-XT and the Ableton Sampler.
The Leeds Town Hall Organ is a 3.2 GB compressed library, and features samples of each note of the instrument (10 seconds of recording each) with multiple round robins.
You can download it for free from store.samplephonics.com (you’ll need to register on the website).
Note that with this library, Samplephonics is giving us a foretaste of a new project called Sonas, which should be unveiled soon.
Have a great musical weekend!
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