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The Harmonium is an essential part of Indian music and could be described as a hybrid of an accordion and a pump organ. The characteristic sound could be heard in most Indian folk music and in contemporary music influenced by the "sound of India."

Precisionsound has released Indian Harmonium for HALion, Kontakt & SoundFont

The Harmonium is an essential part of Indian music and could be described as a hybrid of an accordion and a pump organ. The characteristic sound could be heard in most Indian folk music and in contemporary music influenced by the "sound of India."

The SampleSet contains 228 stereo 24bit wav files divided into 8 programs each for the HALion & Kontakt versions and 7 programs for SoundFont. The HALion & Kontakt programs has separated key sounds for the attack and release samples incorporated in the programs while the SoundFont version has these samples in separated programs.

Two special programs with bordunes, sound effects and pump sounds adds to the realism and makes the complete "Indian Harmonium" SampleSet from Precisionsound a must have if you want the sound of an Indian Harmonium in your "ready to play" palette of sounds.

Indian Harmonium costs $39 (+$11 if you want it on CD).

www.precisionsound.net

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006