The Blanchet 1720 Harpsichord Soundfont

By Stephen Rich|2016-11-07T13:50:39+00:00September 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

About the Author: Stephen Rich

Stephen Rich
Stephen is the founder of flstudiomusic, and every day brings you the latest music production news. He also writes reviews from time to time. You can find him on Facebook.


  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….

  2. Philip Jul 23, 2017 at 9:21 am - Reply

    Hi. I’m a harpsichordist and the sound of your harpsichord is ideal for me to practise with when I’m away from home. However, it keeps timing out so I have to reload. Can’t I purchase the complete package?


    Philip ([email protected])

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