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Spitfire Audio Jon Meyer The Feathered Flute KONTAKT



Spitfire Audio Jon Meyer The Feathered Flute KONTAKT
Free Download Spitfire Audio Jon Meyer The Feathered Flute KONTAKT | 1.25 GB
Written and created by Pianobook Artist - Jon Meyer. The Feathered Flute is a cinematic dreamscape generator of featherlike textures and undulating swells, carved from cedar in the Texas Hill country. An inspiring Native American flute library with additional ethereal textures, which sounds both haunting and beautiful.


The flute was handcrafted by Vernon Agold in Kerrville, TX. It was originally featured in the instrument Flute+Violin, which later became Arctic Swells, the first Pianobook submission to be turned into a Spitfire LABS instrument.
What's included
Articulations
* Sustain
* Staccato
* Chatter
* Ethereal
* Short Swells
* Medium Swells
* Long Swells
Controls
* Dynamics
* Expression
* Low Pass Filter
* Attack
* Release
Mics & mixes
* Flute
* Choir
* Flute (Ethereal)
* Sub (Ethereal)
* Grit (Ethereal)
Tech specs
Mac system requirements
(Mac OSX) 10.15 to OS 12
Minimum Intel Quad Core i5
4GB RAM or higher
32bit DAWs not supported
Machine must be connected to internet during install
PC system requirements
Windows 10
Minimum Quad Core CPU
4GB RAM or higher
32bit DAWs not supported
Must be connected to internet on install
Machine must be connected to internet during install
Kontakt player
Version 6.7 or higher
Home Page-
https://www.spitfireaudio.com/jon-meyer-the-feathered-flute



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