Sound Dust releases HamMR Bass & Chords – free Hammond Kontakt instrument

By | 2016-11-07T13:48:14+00:00 May 10th, 2014|Free Kontakt Instruments|

hammrSound Dust has announced the release of HamMR Bass & Chords, a free Kontakt instrument featuring a Hammond B3 sample set recorded by Oasis keyboardist- Mickey Rowe.

For the last six months I’ve been working on the impossible and making a “usable” Hammond B3 sample set for Oasis keyboard guy Mickey Rowe. It’s been a long and tortuous process with quite a few false starts, but thanks to the fact that a cranked B3 through a decent Leslie in a good sounding room is truly a joy to behold even for an organ heathen like myself, its been a huge amount of fun.

The full fruits of our labour will be along soon, but in the meantime I thought I’d share one of the offshoots of the project.
HamMR Bass & Chords is made up of the bottom octave of Mikeys favourite drawbar configuration recorded as 5 x 15 second round robin samples from two mic positions, plus a selection of major and minor chords mapped across the appropriate keys.

Video demo:

Features:

  • The bottom octave of a 1958 Hammond B3 played at full tilt through an overloaded full speed Leslie cabinet.
  • 5 x 15 second round robin samples per note from two mic positions.
  • One octave of major chords mapped per note
  • One octave of minor chords mapped per note
  • Adjustable volume, ADSR, pan and vibrato controls per articulation.
  • Overall EQ.
  • Leslie simulator and reverb on chord articulations.
  • A hidden extra…. watch the video for details

HamMR Bass & Chords free Kontakt instrument is weighing around 400MB and is a preview for the commercial release scheduled for this month. This instrument works in full Kontakt 4 and 5 and is totally free.

More info:

HamMR Bass & Chords free Kontakt instrument

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