40% off Sonokinetic's Capriccio
The last of Sonokinetic's "12 Days of Christmas" will actually leave you 48 hours to get their Capriccio orchestral library for 40% off.
Until this Wednesday at 10:00 CET, Sonokinetic's Capriccio phrase-based orchestral library for Kontakt and Kontakt Player 5.1+ is available for €180 (+VAT) instead of €299.90. It includes two versions (16 and 24-bit) for a total exceeding 38,000 samples in each resolution and a final size of 18.4GB(16-bit)/34.8GB(24-bit).
Samples instruments include:
- 52 Symphonic Strings (violins, viola, celli and basses)
- 12 Symphonic Brass (tuba, trombones, horns and trumpets)
- 12 Woodwinds (bassoons, clarinets, oboes, flutes and piccolos)
- 8 Percussionists (taiko, symphonic percussion, xylophone, tubular bells, glockenspiel, piano)
More details to be found at Sonokinetic's website.
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