Spitfire Grand Cimbalom for Kontakt
Spitfire completes its sonic arsenal for Kontakt with Grand Cimbalum, a virtual instrument sold at the special introductory price of £41.
Grand Cimbalom was played by Greg Knowles and recorded in the hall of the Air Studios in London using Neve Monsterrat preamps and Prism A/D converters.
The instrument was recorded with 4 round robins 2 dynamics and 4 microphone positions. You will also find the characteristic tremolando and it's possible to use a "piano" sustain pedal.
More details available at www.spitfireaudio.com/grand-cimbalom.
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