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VINYL WURLITZER FOR KONTAKT!

The most charming and the most vintage sounding Wurlitzer electric piano that has been made from a Vinyl record

All 61 Keys have been sampled from a Vinyl record

Very authentic VINYL Wurly sound with a lot of character and depth

The velocity and "Round-Robin behavior" are also amazing!

Just listen to the demo guys!

Here are the main features:

- VINYL WURLITZER for Kontakt 5.5.2 (24bit/48kHz)

- easy to use interface

- „Round-Robin behavior“ and „physical modeling velocity technique“ for more playing realism

- mix-ready sound

- including release samples

Here is the VINYL WURLITZER in action:



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How could you sample individual notes
and release sounds from a vinyl record?
That is technically impossible unless it
was a vinyl record of someone playing each
note on a Wurlitzer, multiple times at
multiple velocities, letting each note die off to complete silence. And even then, there wouldn’t
be separate recordings of the separate release
samples.

C’mon, Past to Future. Some of us are sound designers
and we know a phony claim when we see one.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dave Polich ➡️
How could you sample individual notes
and release sounds from a vinyl record?
That is technically impossible unless it
was a vinyl record of someone playing each
note on a Wurlitzer, multiple times at
multiple velocities, letting each note die off to complete silence. And even then, there wouldn’t
be separate recordings of the separate release
samples.

C’mon, Past to Future. Some of us are sound designers
and we know a phony claim when we see one.
One only needs access to a vinyl press to achieve this. That’s not that difficult, is it? Or record it and then get a test pressing made.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dave Polich ➡️
How could you sample individual notes
and release sounds from a vinyl record?
That is technically impossible unless it
was a vinyl record of someone playing each
note on a Wurlitzer, multiple times at
multiple velocities, letting each note die off to complete silence. And even then, there wouldn’t
be separate recordings of the separate release
samples.

C’mon, Past to Future. Some of us are sound designers
and we know a phony claim when we see one.
It is called Dubplates. You send your samples and you get your sounds cuttted on vinyl. And, it is not that expensive.
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It is called Dubplates. You send your samples and you get your sounds cuttted on vinyl. And, it is not that expensive.
Thank you for clarifying that.
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Quote:
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Thank you for clarifying that.
Sure no problem
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Quote:
Originally Posted by PastToFuture ➡️
It is called Dubplates. You send your samples and you get your sounds cuttted on vinyl. And, it is not that expensive.
Correct.

Some of us offer these services.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sardi ➡️
Correct.

Some of us offer these services.
You make dubs? Good to know!

As for the samplelib, for 1$ I couldn't resist. I already bought the rhodes version so knew what I was getting into.
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You make dubs? Good to know!

As for the samplelib, for 1$ I couldn't resist. I already bought the rhodes version so knew what I was getting into.
Enjoy!
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