I just finished the new library that was announced some weeks ago: Post Historic Keyboards.
This library features all the historic keyboards you can imagine: a Flemish harpsichord, a Frensh harpsichord, a Virginal and a Fortepiano. The harpsichords have been sampled so that you get both manuals separately AND combined. You can even use a key switch to change the registration (from upper manual only, to lower manual to both at the same time) while playing. All instruments are captured with their release sounds giving them an unbelievable realistic quality. The library is available in a Giga and a Kontakt version. Both are uncompressed and should run on any platform (Mac and PC).
There is a special introduction offer (running one month) and an upgrade path for current owners of one of the following libraries: Post Harpsichords Vol 1, Post Harpsichords Vol 2 and Post Fortepiano. Basically when you have one of these titles you get a major discount and when you have two or more the update is free. We do need the original packaging of your current library as proof when you order the upgrade. If you don’t want to upgrade but rather have the harpsichord samples alone (that were noise reduced to remove unwanted rumble) replaced you can order a special Harpsichord replacement update.
All these products will be available in my on-line shop tomorrow.
I made a couple of Bach’s Goldberg Variations demos (Aria and Ouverture) of each patch using the new sounds that can be found here:
Flemish Lower manual
Flemish Harpsichord Lower manual
Flemish Harpsichord Upper manual
Flemish Harpsichord 2 manuals
Frensh Harpsichord Lower manual
Frensh Harpsichord Upper manual
Piece of Philip Glass ;-)
The library price is $ 165. The introduction offer is $125.
The upgrade price (when you have one title) is $ 60. And finally the replacement disk will be $15 for shipping and handling costs.