Sound Dust updates its Dulcitone1900
Sound Dust is currently working on new version of its virtual instruments and releases today an update for its Dulcitone1900 for Kontakt.
Dulcitone1900 2 is a 500MB sound library featuring 3 octaves and 3 voices, with 24-bit samples that have been optimized for this update. The instrument used for the library was recorded binaurally for a 3D effect and you can adjust in the full version of Kontakt 4/5 the volume, pan, attack, decay, reverb and saturation per voice group. The new version adds a new sample start control and all the parameters support MIDI Learn.
Dulcitone1900 2 ships with 10 presets, the library is available for £20 or £15 until November 24th if you use the promo code keira. The update is free for current users of the Dulcitone1900.
Sound Dust is also working on a Ghost version of the Dulcitone1900, users of the new version will have the ability to purchase it for a reduced price when released. More info at dulcitone1884.virb.com.
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