IYTTIW SAMPLE SET
I played and recorded some trumpet and made samples from the performance. Then I processed the samples to alter their timbral and spectral quality. In some of them you can still hear the trumpet and in others you could not guess their origin.
What really makes these sounds unique is the fact that even when they do sound synthesized, they retain the pitch modulations of the original trumpet performance which would be impossible to reproduce with a standard synthesizer. It contains 41 multi-sampled programs without velocity layers that are common to all formats. They are all short sounds, no pads here. It's very well-suited for staccato playing and sequencing.
It is offered in the following formats:
The Kontakt 3.5 version additionally has 21 multis and 50
instruments made with the Tone and Time machines that greatly
expand its sound palette. These
stretched instruments usually have longer durations than the basic
samples, 14 of them with sustain. There are 94 instruments
and multis in total.
Tracks made with the Kontakt version: Bach Sinfonia (multi -Big Retro Organ) Bach idem (multi -Another EP) Same piece with 3 different multis: Dangerous Cheez low Hard Cartoon Short and Tough Pieces featuring multiple sounds: Danger Ahead (5 sounds + acoustic drums) For the Birds (4 sounds) Industrious (3 sounds) Tracks with one sound: Bach Toccata intro Old Fading Keys
The Bach MIDI files used in the above demos are from the Johann Sebastian Bach MIDI Page.
The Wusikstation version has 90 presets (v 5.8 or better). Many combine the IYTTIW waveforms with some of the Famous Keys ones. Below are short MP3 demos of some of the presets. All were played in real time and use only one preset each. I do not pretend it's great keyboard playing but they do showcase the sounds well.
Angels are coming Delicate space 01 Fantastic ocean Going Haunted Multiplex Nice keys Orchestral rainbows Organized space 02 Pluck pad Wintery Funny keys Morphed obligatus Multimodus Crumbling continuum 04
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