XPERIMENTA | PSALTERY
The psaltery of Ancient Greece (epigonion) is a harp-like instrument. The word psaltery derives from the Ancient Greek ψαλτήριον (psaltḗrion), “stringed instrument, psaltery, harp” and that from the verb ψάλλω (psállō), “to touch sharply, to pluck, pull, twitch” and in the case of the strings of musical instruments, “to play a stringed instrument with the fingers, and not with the plectrum.” The psaltery was originally made from wood, and relied on natural acoustics for sound production.
We used plectrum, but don’t tell anyone 😉
* DIY Pickups made by the XPERIMENTA Project founder Flavio Cangialosi. An innovative technique that allows you to create a full-customizable sound and outstanding effects!
for Kontakt Full 5.5 or higher
File name: XPERIMENTA_Psaltery.zip
Size: 476.02 MB (zipped, 500 MB unzpipped)
Download Policy: Available for 7 Days
Samples: 698 samples (NCW lossless) + 1 IR Sample, 62 groups
Sampling frequency/bit: 44.100hz / 24 bit
Aviable for Kontakt 188.8.131.529 or higher
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH KONTAKT PLAYER
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