Loops de la Crème launches Chimes Deluxe
Loops de la Crème introduces a new sample library for Kontakt 5 featuring the sounds of 3 sets of chimes.
Chimes Deluxe features 256 samples in 24-bit / 48 kHz stereo format recorded from trois chime sets: Ethnic with 20 thin and hollow tubes for a sound described as exotic, Studio with a dual 30-tube row and Concert, a set of 33 tubes for a loud and cutting sound.
Chimes Deluxe includes 11 tuned instruments and 8 sound design programs for the full version of Kontakt 5.3 and later, and you get an additional reverb with 12 impulse responses.
Chimes Deluxe is available for the introductory price of 29 € instead of 49 € excl. taxes at www.loopsdelacreme.com.
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