Wavesfactory updates its W-Honky
Owners of the W-Honky piano library can download the update, which is now labeled The Tack, for free.
The Tack is a re-recorded version of the famous “Mrs Mills” tack (or honky-tonk) upright piano from the Abbey Road studios used by The Beatles, and previously available under the name W-Honky.
The library for Kontakt now features three velocity layers, three round robins, multi-release samples, pedal noises, resonance, EQ, reverb, chorus and compressor effects and the velocity has been remapped. The GUI is also brand new, same for the scripting system.
The 1GB library requires the full version of Kontakt 4/5. If you own W-Honky, you can download The Tack for free from this page. New customers benefit from an introductory price of 9.95 € instead of 19.95 € until March 1st. You can listen to demos at www.wavesfactory.com.
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