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Sonokinetic Sleigh Bells

Virtual percussion from Sonokinetic .

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While the shops bedeck with garlands and Christmas trees are getting adorned in living rooms, Sonokinetic announces reindeers are coming…

Sleigh Bells is a free sound library feature one patch for Kontakt 4 and another for Kontakt 5 (full version only, not compatible with the free Kontakt Player) and more that 300 samples. You’ll find 6 sleigh bell sets (from 1 to 25), two tempos, up to 41 round robins per multisample and up to 25 second loops (average is 10 seconds).

Sleigh Bells is available for free download from www.sonokinetic.net/sleighbells.

Have a great sonic weekend!

 

  • alejandro.alonsomotta 1 post
    alejandro.alonsomotta
    New AFfiliate
    Posted on 11/17/2013 at 11:02:41
    next week thunders & metals. Not everybody loves cristhmas sounds,,
  • Banshee in Avalon 141 posts
    Banshee in Avalon
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    Posted on 11/18/2013 at 11:08:19
    jaja, why not :)

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