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Bolder Sounds has announced the release of a free "Toy and African Marimbas" sample library for Kontakt and EXS24 and has also released updates for the Hammered Dulcimer Trilogy and Bavarian Zither libraries.

Toy and African Marimbas (FREE)
This Bolder FREE Sounds offering combines a Toy Marimba offering with a bass and tenor African marimba set complete with buzzing resonators for EXS24 and Kontakt 2+. Bo Clausen has contributed a flexible Kontakt script with control of EQ, Amp-Envelope, and IR parameters. The alto and soprano marimbas will be posted at a later date. The African marimbas have anywhere from 5 to 10 velocity switch samples per key.

Total size of the Toy and African Marimba set is 32 MB.

Hammered Dulcimer Trilogy Update V2
The Hammered Dulcimer Trilogy for Kontakt and the EXS24 has been updated to version 2. The Kontakt version now has a streamlined and flexible KSP script, the EXS version has Logic 8 Channel Strips added. The update to current owners of the Trilogy (or any single instrument from the library) is free.

The price has been reduced to $99 for the complete Trilogy or you may buy each individual instrument for $39.

Hammered Dulcimer Trilogy Contents:
  • Volume 1 – Cimbalom 414 MB.
  • Volume 2 – Concert Grand 453 MB.
  • Volume 3 – Hammered Dulcimer 372 MB.

Bavarian Zither Update
The Bavarian Zither for Kontakt has been updated with an intuitive and musical KSP script by Bo Clausen. The update is free to current owners and can be downloaded at the bottom of the Bavarian Zither product page at the Bolder website.

The price is $49.95 for new customers.


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