Marching Band Horn for Kontakt 4 (or better)
The exact name of this instrument is unknown. It uses a French horn mouthpiece and the range is a little lower than a trumpet and a little higher than a trombone. To make most of the instruments in this set I played single notes and resynthesized them to create multi-samples. In all cases the resulting tone is still very brassy and close to the natural one.
Some samples are time stretched so this library is not meant to perfectly emulate the real instrument. It's a simple library without velocity layers or alternate samples but it is great for adding a horn flavor and also providing a wider range of uses, a good way to add brassy sounds to your compositions at a very low cost. The sounds range from smooth and mellow to hard hitting and growling, from staccatos and stabs to sustained pads.
In the full version, the programs are in 2 main folders, "01 Natural"
and "02 Transformed". The programs
Watch the Kontakt demo video:
Those who bought the Kontakt version before February 9, 2013 can get the soundfont for free on request by emailing me!
Get the Kontakt 4 version for $2.49 US
Get the soundfont version for $1.30 US
Get both formats for $3.25 US
Here's an excerpt from a comment made on Google Play about the Caustic 2 version of the MBH:
"These horns are perfect for the type of songs that I create. I've used them as a main foreground piece, but I've also found them to be invaluable as the perfect background filler that really just rounds out and complete my tracks."
The complete comment can be read HERE. Note that sonically speaking, the soundfont version is identical to the Caustic 2 version and the Kontakt version offers even more.
There will be no refunds, so
please try the demos before buying. Please note that downloads
after a purchase from our website are not
automatic. After we received confirmation of your
payment, we will email you the link or links where you can download
your products. This
will usually be within one business day.
Visit our forum on KVRaudio.
Comments and questions are welcome.
© 2012 Les Productions Zvon, all rights reserved