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Available for download, Sound Dust Dustbundle from Spitfire Audio is a bundle of six Sound Dust virtual instruments based on a total of 1626 samples. The virtual instruments draw on the sampled material as you play on your keyboard, recreating your playing in the sound of the instrument of your choice. The six featured instruments are Plastic Ghost Piano, GrandThrift autoHarp², Dulcitone 1884², Dulcitone 1900², Ghost Dulcitone, and Hammr+.
The first two instruments are hybrids. Made by spurting bursts of controlled noise through acoustic piano samples, the Plastic Ghost Piano can be made to sound like anything between a warm acoustic piano and a blissed-out orchestral haze. The GrandThrift autoHarp², on the other hand, blends the sound of a tiny autoharp with that of a grand piano, containing four individually adjustable layers of multi-velocity samples from each instrument.
Next come three dulcitones, two organic and one warped. The Dulcitone 1884² is based on samples of an instrument built in the 1800s, and its sound resembles that of a celesta or glockenspiel. Rendering a more modern instrument, the Dulcitone 1900² has a slightly jinglier and more even tone and complements the woody character of the 1884 version. The Ghost Dulcitone stems from synth-designed samples of composer Pendel Poucher's rare collection of dulcitones, adding otherworldly and haunting hues to the sound palette of the two pristine dulcimers included in the bundle.
Lastly, the Hammr+ portrays a classic tonewheel organ performed by Mikey Rowe in the Toyroom Studios in Brighton, England. Each of the six instruments can be tweaked and customized via its own set of sound controls. The library runs on the Kontakt 5 player (not included).