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Bandoneon consists of a Philological reproduction of an historic Alfred Arnold Bandoneon made in Germany in the 50s!
His typical sound is based on 2 reeds (Zinc) for each note.
PSound Bandoneon has been sampled in 4 layers with 2 round robin for a total of 440 samples (1 GB storage)
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BANDONEON

Bandoneon consists of a Philological reproduction of an historic Alfred Arnold Bandoneon made in Germany in the 50s!
His typical sound is based on 2 reeds (Zinc) for each note.
PSound Bandoneon has been sampled in 4 layers with 2 round robin for a total of 440 samples (1 GB storage)

THE SOUND

THE INSTRUMENT

The Bandoneon choosed for sampling is an historic 

Alfred Arnold of 50s.
40 keys on the right hand
32 notes in left hand

RECORDING

Take it!

I recorded the BAndoneon with a Neumann TLM103 large diaphragm microphone thru an amazing Apogee Symphony I/O converter with its own Mic Preamp card for the best audio resolution and musical details. All the 440 samples are in96kHz/24bit resolution!

ANALYSIS

Observation!

By a careful analysis of the sound I found a great variation of the harmonic spectrumduring the dynamic range of the reeds. This fact depends on the high quality of the hand made reeds of the instrument.
Yes, I tried to reproduce this amazing feature!

LAYERS & FILTERS

Composing the sound

I used 4 dynamic layers and 2 round-robins for each note of the instrument.

Product Details

Product Details

Platform Hybrid (Mac and PC)
Manufacturer PSound

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