Precisionsound Intos Klavitron, Stylophone Sample Libraries

Precisionsound has introduced two new sample libraries featuring bizarro keyboard instruments.

KlavitronThe Bergman Klavitron is a rare Swedish valve organ manufactured in the 60s. It has its own sound character mostly because of its percussive settings giving a plucky sound to the solo manual. Precisionsound has sampled 291 24-bit mono Wav files in all settings/combinations that’s available on the instrument.

The library has:

  • 19 programs for HALion 1.13 ->
  • 21 programs for Kontakt 1.5.3 ->
  • 10 SoundFont programs in 16-bit resolution

StylophoneThe Dubrek Stylophone series has a “flagship” and that is the Stylophone 350s. This instrument is a full-fledged organ with 2 waveforms as the basis, square and saw. The saw and square waveforms produced by the 350s has a very special character and Precisionsound captured the complete instrument; every note in each registers total range, separated and then layered in the software for total flexibility, a total of 308 24-bit mono Wav files.

The library has:

  • 27 programs for HALion 1.13 ->
  • 27 programs for Kontakt 1.5.3 ->
  • 18 SoundFont programs in 16bit resolution

All formats are included when you buy the libraries so you can download whatever format you like or all of them.

Bergman Klavitron costs $29 (+$11 if you want it on CD).
Stylophone 350s costs $29 (+$11 if you want it on CD).

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