Publisher : Antiquity Music
Website : Antiquity Music
Format : KONTAKT
Quality : 24 bit 96 kHz stereo
Description : DRIVING AND OUTSIDE
Perhaps the most unusual instrument ever created by the drum company JC Deagan Inc., Shaker Chimes was invented by John Calhon Degan in 1900. Also known as Organ Chimes, they are one of the rarest Deagan tools, with only a few dozen sets that are still known. exist. Deegan claimed that his organ sounds “are universally recognized as the greatest instrument of novelty ever invented.” Indeed, they were popular among vaudeville musicians in the early 1900s, although they ultimately failed to create a significant market niche for themselves.
You will need the full version of Native Instruments’ Kontakt 5
With the aim of bringing this instrument’s sounds to musicians everywhere, Antiquity Music created this high-quality sample library of the Shaker Chimes.
ANTIQUITY MUSIC’S SHAKER CHIMES
The Shaker Chimes recorded for this virtual instrument came from the estate of a vaudeville musician. With a 2.7-octave range, they are the third largest known set in the world and were a custom order from Deagan. The chimes were tuned to A = 440 and can be played alongside other instruments in an ensemble or recording.
We sampled every one of the 32 notes – over 30 times each – at the world-class studio The Village Recorder. The main microphones used to record these Shaker Chimes were a stereo pair of vintage Neumann M49s.
There are several techniques of playing Shaker Chimes, allowing for numerous sonic possibilities. Antiquity Music captured each of these techniques when sampling the chimes. These techniques include shaking the chime once, shaking the chime continuously, punching the chime and allowing it to rock back and forth, and lifting the chime and allowing it to rock back and forth. To learn more, go to the “Specifications” tab.
– 5 GB Core Sample Library – Over 1800 Samples
– 24 Bit 96 kHz Sampling
– 5 Articulations
– Effects Panel with Impulse Response Reverb Library
– Kontakt 5 Compatible – VST AU RTAS