I am inspired and humbled by the connectivity of this musical community. I look forward to contributing in any way I can. I offered two pads that I recorded from an old 1930 Wurlitzer Baby Grand.She’s tired and doesn’t stay in tune well, but has some charm and character non the less! I recorder her in my farmhouse in Massachusetts, that dates back to 1780.
*Note… I saved the Kontakt Files as Monolith being I created everything with one single sample from a high note to be pitched down and become more synthy, Re: Christians latest video.
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Soft, warm pad sounds..
Pianobook's professor of pad sounds has made a gem here. Some of the samples seem a little noisy. But overall this is a beautiful sounding instrument.
Intersting things are going on
You will find two multis here, the Rusty and the Ambient Stereo pads. The latter is a rather short pad which I can't seem to be happy about, since it's really wonky to play a nice sustained note. I also noticed it was quite noisy once the tails get quiter. The Rusty pad though is really nice, with a fantastical type of sound and with much less noise than the other. The panning though is a little questionable. I'd love to have proper GUI with stereo field or swarm-like randomization options, because as it is you are just left with what the default kontakt panel can offer.
Another nice ambient pad
The sound is a slow-attacking ambient pad that is playable and easy to use. The "rusty pad" doesn't sound rusty, it's just beautiful :
Nice wonky whurlitzer
Nice simple collection of distinctive pad tones. Great that they offer combinations of multiple timbres recorded.