Embertone updates Friedlander Violin
Embertone released the update v1.5 for its Friedlander violin ensemble and launches a special offer until June 15th.
Friedlander Violin v1.5 adds 800Mo of new samples and improves the vibrato, the legato mode performance and the dynamic response, which now ranges from “piano pianissimo” (ppp) to “fortissimo” (ff).
Created in collaboration with solo musician Dovid Friedlander, the library for Kontakt is compatible with the Free Kontakt Player and is available in 16 and 24-bit versions (16-bit recommended for its low CPU usage).
The update is free for registered users.
For this occasion, Embertone offers until June 15th the Friedlander Violon collection for the special price of $99 instead of $120 ($125 for the 24-bit edition.
The Blakus Cello library is also on sale during this period, with a price of $99.
More information available at embertone.com.
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