VSL launches Clarinet (Bb) 2 virtual instrument
VSL has released the sequel to the Clarinet (Bb) instrument to complete the library included in the Woodwinds I collection.
The first VSL Clarinet (Bb) was designed for “classic” playing, and this second edition adds vibrato articulations, bends and falls that are triggered as release samples for improved realism, as well as nearly 300 “multiphonic sounds” loops with two or more voices, for use in soundscapes and evolving sounds. These loops are based on Gerhard Krassnitzer’s Multiphonics book, the name of the patches in Vienna Instruments / Pro match the sound numbers described in the book.
Clarinet (Bb) 2 is available in two editions : the Standard Library with 4,165 samples and the Full Library with 12,602 samples.
VSL is offering a special introductory price for both editions until the end of the month: the Standard Library can be purchased for 38 € instead of 75 € and the Full Library for 65 € instead of 130 €. And if you own the Woodwinds Bundle, Winds Complete or Vienna Super Package, you get a 50% discount.
More info at www.vsl.co.at.
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