Embertone introduces Mouth Trumpet
Have you ever mimicked a trumpet solo while listening to the Benny Hill Theme ? Well, you can now use these weird sounds in a library.
Embertone indeed recorded and sampled “mouth trumpet” vocal sounds for its new sound library for Kontakt 4 and 5.
Mouth Trumpet features 860 samples in 24-bit / 44.1kHz stereo, with two Tongued and Slurred legato types, staccatos with up to 4 round robins and you can control in Kontakt the vibrato, dynamics and flutter.
Mouth Trumpet is available at embertone.com for $20.
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