Dulcitone sounds like an elderly fragile celesta, with a quieter and rounder tone. Team Wrongtools spared no effort in sampling it. Employing different new piano hammers, cutting-edge technology and a century-old instrument (well, actually two).
The sound comes from tuning forks, which vibrate when struck by felt-covered hammers. We utilized a variation of different hammers.
Here’s a playful demo : Grieg Op 43 No 17 (Op.43-1) Butterfly, rearranged for Dulcitone Pro. Using the main patch only.
Dulcitone-Pro is a charming unusual alternative to piano.
Brings uniqueness to indie and experimental music or for quirky and whimsical film scoring, and for emotional intimate scoring moments.
Key sounds, mechanics and quirks on separate faders
Instruments variations and unlimited sculptering
High-end microphones (Neumann, Coles)
Recorded in a dry scoring stage
Articulation ‘hammer’ switcher by ks or cc
Adjustable custom ir reverb
The quiet sounds of the Dulcitone inspires to slowing down our senses. A contemplation of subtle auditory stimuli.
The patches themselves are hodge-podge of contemplating inspirations.
IN SETTINGS VIEW YOU CONTROL :
load/save universal settings
magnify user interface
velocity curve option will help you adjust the instrument to your playing style
Articulations switching from KS or CC
Simulated round-robin option where nearby samples are swapped in
“Such a lovely sound, expressive, subtle and complex simultaneously.” -KgDrum
“Wrongtools has done it again!” -Niah
“sound fantastic! Congratulations @wrongtools ! Very inspirational” -Emilio
The constant goal is to capture vibrant and human-like performances, ensuring that playing your keyboard is both enjoyable and instinctive. We’re really proud of this one!
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Resizable Kontakt window