Chordophonet Virtual Harp and Hammered Dulcimer VST VST3 Audio Unit. Celtic Harp, Concert Pedal Harp, Electric Harp plus Acoustic and Electric Dulcimer
Chordophonet VST VST3 Audio Unit: Virtual Celtic Harp, Concert Pedal Harp, Electric and Synth Harp plus Acoustic and Electric Hammered Dulcimer

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Chordophonet VST VST3 Audio Unit

Virtual Celtic Harp, Concert Pedal Harp, Electric and Synth Harp plus Acoustic and Electric Hammered Dulcimer


 

Overview

Chordophonet is designed to emulate the concert pedal harp, Celtic harp, electric and synth harp as well as an acoustic and electric hammered dulcimer. Includes a set of 20 pre-recorded harp glissando, two harp arpeggios, harp trill plus two hammered dulcimer glissando presets. Available as plugin in VST 32 bit and 64 bit and VST3 64 bit versions for Windows as well as in Audio Unit, VST and VST3 for macOS.

  

Features

• Quick instrument loader to select between different instruments and glissandi presets:

 

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List of Preset Sounds / Demo

1.- Concert harp: Also known as 'Pedal Harp' is a large and technically modern harp, designed primarily for classical music and played either solo, as part of a chamber ensemble, or in an orchestra. 2.- Celtic harp: The Celtic harp is a triangular harp traditional to Brittany, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. It is known as a telenn in Breton, cláirseach in Irish, clàrsach in Scottish Gaelic and telyn in Welsh. In Ireland and Scotland, it was a wire-strung instrument requiring great skill and long practice to play, and was associated with the Gaelic ruling class. It appears on the coins and coat of arms of the Republic of Ireland. 3.- Electric harp: Electric harps are based on their acoustic originals. There are both solid-body and hollow body electro-acoustic models available. True electric harps have a solid body versus a hollow body electro-acoustic harp, which can be played either acoustically or electronically. A true electric solid-body harp cannot be played acoustically since it has no hollow soundbox, and must be amplified when played. 4.- Synth Harp: a synthesizer harp with physically-modeled strings. 5.- Hammered dulcimer: most frequently but not always trapezoidal in shape, with many strings struck by handheld "hammers". This type of instrument is found in many cultures, especially in England, in the British Isles and in the north of continental Europe. Most countries have their own name for the instrument, for instance in Thailand it is called a khim, in India it is called Santoor and many have different tuning systems. Being a struck string instrument, it is considered to be among the ancestors of the piano. 6.- Electric Hammered Dulcimer: They come in a number of different sizes, styles and types, and use a pickup to amplify the sound.

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Concert Harp

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Celtic Harp

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Electric Harp

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Synth Harp

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Harp Glissando 01 Two Handed

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Harp Glissando 02 Two Handed

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Harp Glissando 03 Sweeping

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Harp Glissando 04 Swirling

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Harp Glissando 05 Upward

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Harp Glissando 06 Downward

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Harp Glissando 07 Up-Down 1

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Harp Glissando 08 Up-Down 2

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Harp Glissando 09 Up-Down 3

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Harp Glissando 10 Ripples

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Harp Glissando 11 Cascade

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Harp Glissando 12 Waterfall

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Harp Glissando 13 Arpeggio

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Harp Glissando 14 Wavy Up

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Harp Glissando 15 Resonant

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Harp Glissando 16 Echoes

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Harp Glissando 17 Slide Fx

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Harp Glissando 18 Ending Fx

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Harp Glissando 19 Undulated

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Harp Glissando 20 Miscellany

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Harp Trill Slow to Fast

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Harp Short Arpeggio

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Harp Arpeggio Up-Down

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Acoustic Hammered Dulcimer

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Acoustic Hammered Dulcimer Octaves

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Acoustic Hammered Dulcimer Glissando 1

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Acoustic Hammered Dulcimer Glissando 2

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Electric Hammered Dulcimer

  

• Low Frequency Oscillator Section: These  knobs apply modulation to the selected instrument. By using the LFO to modulate various aspects of the audio signal, you can apply effects such as vibrato or tremolo.

Ø Rate: This knob controls the frequency. Turn clockwise for a faster modulation rate.
Ø Depth: This knob controls the amplitude. With a lower setting, the resulting modulation is subtle, while a higher depth will result in a much more extreme effect.

• ADSR envelope generator with Attack, Sustain, Decay and Release parameters:

Ø Attack determines the time it takes for the note to get to the maximum level.
Ø Decay determines the time it takes for the note to go from the maximum level to the sustain level (controlled by Sustain).
Ø Sustain determines level the sound is played at while the note is held (after the other envelope states, Attack and Decay, have been completed).
Ø Release determines the time it takes for the note to fall from the sustain level to zero (silence) level when it is released.

• Pitch Bend: The Pitch Bend knob directly changes the pitch of the selected instrument.

Ø Pitch Bend center position: is normal pitch.
Ø Pitch Bend down: Specifies the amount of pitch change that will occur when the pitch bend/modulation lever is moved to the left.
Ø Pitch Bend up: Specifies the amount of pitch change that will occur when the pitch bend/modulation lever is moved the right.

• Reverb built-in: provides a spaciousness and depth to simulate the sound reflections from walls, floors and ceilings following a sound created in an acoustically reflective environment. Small rooms can be modeled as well as large spaces.

• Filter Type. Combo box to switch between the following options:

Ø Low Pass (LPF): a filter that passes signals with a frequency lower than a certain cutoff frequency and attenuates signals with frequencies higher than the cutoff frequency.
Ø High Pass (HPF): a filter that passes signals with a frequency higher than a certain cutoff frequency and attenuates signals with frequencies lower than the cutoff frequency.
Ø None: No filter is applied. 
Ø Cutoff Frequency Filter: Sets the cutoff frequency for the low pass and high pass filters.

• Volume: Adjusts the volume of the instrument.

• Panning potentiometer control: Set the panning of the instrument. Adjusts the stereo pan position of the signal output, which determines how much of signal is sent to the left and right channels.

• MIDI CC Automation: Implementation of MIDI Continuous Controller parameters for use with external hardware control via DAW, such as: LFO depth (CC#1), expression (CC#11), volume (CC#7), pan (CC#10), balance (CC#8), filter cutoff (CC#74), ADSR (Attack: CC#73, Decay: CC#75, Sustain: CC#76, Release: CC#72) and reverb depth (CC#91).

• The pre-recorded glissandi may be played conveniently on C4-B4 key range of MIDI keyboard, however on upper and lower notes can give unusual or quirky sounds that add an extra dimension to your playing.

 

  

Magnus Choir VST VST3 v2.5 for Windows, Magnus Choir Audio Unit, VST and VST3 v3.5 for Mac

Before you install VST, VST3 or Audio Units plugins, please make sure your computer fulfills the following requirements. Please test extensively the demo version of this product in your host to make sure there are no misbehaviors before purchasing.

 .dll (v2.4) and .vst3 (v3.6.7)

  • Operating System: Windows Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 (32-bit and 64-bit platforms).

  • VST or VST3 compatible host application 32/64 bit: These VST/VST3 software can be "plugged in" to any host application that supports VST or VST3 Technology like: Image-Line FL Studio, Steinberg Cubase Pro, Artist and Elements, Steinberg Nuendo, Cakewalk by BandLab, Cockos REAPER, PreSonus Studio One, Acoustica Mixcraft, Ableton Live, MakeMusic Finale, Avid Sibelius, Magix ACID Music Studio, Magix Samplitude Music Studio and Pro X, Cantabile, n-Track Studio, DarkWave Studio, Bitwig, VSTHost,  SAVIHost among others.

  • MIDI Controller Device: A MIDI Controller is required to play this VST instrument. The most common type of device in this class is the keyboard controller. After launching the Digital Audio Workstation or MIDI host application be sure to select the appropriate MIDI device before attempting to play your MIDI controller.

  • An ASIO® sound card is recommended for low latency real-time play.

  • Operating System: macOS Sierra, macOS High Sierra, macOS Mojave. We do not officially support older systems such as PowerPC or deprecated versions of Mac OS X. However our plugins may work, but we cannot guarantee any performance on such old systems. In all cases, always we encourage you to test the free demo version of the software.

  • Audio Unit, VST or VST3 compatible host application. They can be "plugged in" to process audio by applications such as Logic Pro, GarageBand, Cubase, Ableton Live, REAPER, Studio One Professional, Ardour, MainStage and Digital Performer among others.

  • MIDI Controller Device: A MIDI Controller is required to play this VST instrument. The most common type of device in this class is the keyboard controller. After launching the Digital Audio Workstation or MIDI host application be sure to select the appropriate MIDI device before attempting to play your MIDI controller.

  • Alternatively, are available the EXS24 and KONTAKT sample libraries in .exs / .nki formats.


  

Limitations of the Unregistered/Demo Version: 

The AU, VST2 and VST3 Plugins DEMO versions is only meant to give you a taste of what is possible with this plugin in a limited range of an octave with random ‘white noise’, where Middle C equals C4. For complete information of MIDI key range available, check out the pdf file titled 'Comparison Chart for Limitations of the Demo Version'

 

The full version is available to purchase, as downloadable software, the price is US$ 35,90

Please be aware that we do not offer refunds. To determine whether the software meets your requirements prior to purchase, we encourage you to test the free demo of the software plugin and read our License.


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