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    Carousel Is a FREE Kontakt Player Instrument by Sonokinetic


    Sonokinetic is running “12 Days Of Christmas”, a promotion with discounts, special events, and freebies. For a limited time, you can download for free Carousel, a sample library compatible with Kontakt Player.

    Carousel is the revamped edition of an older instrument released 10 years ago – now a completely rebuilt and remastered library. It features 10 fairground organ registers and percussion.

    The huge surprise is that is now compatible with the free Kontakt Player, also Sonokinetic says they have plenty of serial numbers on stock. But even so, we advise you to get a copy as soon as possible.

    10 years ago Sonokinetic took a trip to the funfair and recorded a passion project, the original fairground Carousel. This heritage instrument reminds of childhood fun, candy floss and steam engines so they wanted to retain all of that joy and excitement within the virtual realm.

    For 2020 they’ve dusted off those old recordings and brought them right up to date, remastering every single sample with cutting-edge acoustic editing, tuning and de-noising. The interface has been given a complete overhaul too, so now you can easily tweak the volumes of each of the ten registers and move them up and down your keyboard. Of course, they had to retain the round-robin percussion and bellow noises too, for an experience as close to the real thing as possible.

    Yesterday we wrote about another free Kontakt Player instrument called Hammersmith grand piano, you may want to check it also.

    This library works with the latest version of Kontakt and Komplete Kontrol, also is compatible with the free Kontakt Player.

    The free Carousel offer is valid for a limited time only (until Christmas?).

    More information: Sonokinetic

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