Friday’s Freeware: Varazuvi
Sound designers, foley artists and songwriters, you invite you to discover Varazuvi, a sound designer team that offer virtual instruments.
Varazuvi is a company dedicated to sound and music creation for advertisers, video games, film and TV. They also develop virtual instruments in VST and AU formats for Mac OS X and Windows 32 and 64-bit.
Two free instruments are currently available, one featuring bongos and the other an Indian Flute. Both use 24-bit / 48kHz samples, include multiple velocity layers and feature a custom GUI with a virtual keyboard as well as attack, decay, sustain, release, volume and reverb controls.
Indian Flute is a two-octave instrument and you can choose between three Short, Mid and Long playing styles, which were recorded separately.
Varazuvi also released three Pro (paid) virtual instruments: an harmonica, an acoustic guitar and the California Foley library. The latter is also available in demo mode featuring 48 sounds (6 for each of the 8 categories). The full version (£65) offers up to 35 sounds for each of the 9 categories.
Discover Varazuvi at www.varazuvi.com.
Have a great week-end.
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