The Blanchet 1720 Harpsichord Soundfont

By | 2016-11-07T13:50:39+00:00 September 25th, 2011|soundfont|

Soni Musicae released The Blanchet 1720, a free soundfont copied after a 18th century french instrument created by Blanchet.

Using this soundbank in a sampler, you can play a virtual harpsichord copied after a 18th century french instrument by Blanchet. It has one manual, two 8′ stops, plus a lute stop. This soundbank is available in soundfont, and Kontakt 2 format.

The soundfont version is compressed so you will need sfark to decompress it. You can download this small software here.

More info: The Blanchet 1720 Harpsichord Soundfont

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One Comment

  1. Spunkface Samplers Sep 29, 2011 at 12:43 pm - Reply

    This looks like a ace sample pack, im going to dig my teeth into….

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