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For the "Funky Electric P200" release, Precisionsound used a well tuned Wurlitzer 200A electric piano. The great sound of this instrument is well known from several classic records of jazz, soul, funk and gospel music. The complete CD-ROM contains 550 individual 24 bit Mono WAV samples & 550 16bit samples (Sfz version).1 program each for HALion 1.*, HALion 2 and NI Kontakt 1.2 & Sfz.
All notes have been recorded in 24-bit resolution without any post treatment. What you get is the pure sound and response of the instrument in up to 5 velocity layers each for note and release samples.
To keep the size down (under 170 MB), most of the samples are carefully looped.
Price: $69 for electronic delivery. A CD-ROM version is available for $80.
For more information, visit their web site at www.store.precisionsound.net