This is what you get
As always we set a high focus on capturing the notes in a very realistic and organic way, thus we recorded the Grand Harp with several big condenser around the instrument. All main articulations are provided in four times round robins and up to 5 velocity layer, recorded in stereo 24 Bit. Only the Harmonics articulation was recorded in one round robin. Finally we added an auto-velocity button which sets the note length automatically. This is extremely handsome.
The Grand Harp comes up with a very gentle and warm feel. It sounds realistically and inspiring..
The Grand Harp is quipped with a tiny but powerful 16step arpeggio with a separate voicing options up with a very gentle and warm feel. It sounds realistically and inspiring.
The given glissando mode is unique and we have never seen it before. Easily press your notes and by oving the mod wheel you can run through all ovctaves simulating the glissando. Grand Harp comes up with a very gentle and warm feel. It sounds realistically and inspiring..
The normal and typical way to play the Grand Harp is to play it with the fingertips of the first four fingers, but there are a lot more kinds of playing techniques available. In our version of the Grand Harp we concentrated on six different articulations which are:
Listen to some audio demos
|AFTER THE RAIN
|Dürbeck & Dohmen
|CON O LEARY
|Dürbeck & Dohmen
The Grand Harp
The Grand Harp or better known as Concert Harp or Pedal harp is a large modern harp, designed primarily for classical music. The Grand Harp is a descendant of ancient
harps such as a Celtic Nylon Harp. The harp found its early orchestral use as a solo instrument in concerti by many baroque and classical composers. It began to be used
in symphonic music by Hector Berlioz.