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The Precisionsound Cembalo is a big Harpsichord sampled in stereo with 2 velocity layers for both the notes and release notes, 241 samples in total, recorded in 24-bit and dithered down with Apogee dithering to 16-bit.
There are also additional Cembalo FX programs included with 67 stereo files of string clusters, ambient noises and hits.
All programs are mapped for Gigastudio and compatible with HALion & Kontakt.
The Cembalo is a Philip Jack Specken model from 1748 rebuilt by Nils Olof Berg in 1986 and recorded in the SAMI A-studio in Stockholm.
For more information, visit their web site at www.precisionsound.net