Accordion VST: Spleen Op.51 No.3 (Gabriel Faure) Akkordica Hohner VST Win, Audio Unit macOS by Syntheway
Accordion VST: Spleen Op.51 No.3 (Gabriel Faure) Akkordica Hohner VST Win, Audio Unit macOS by Syntheway
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Accordion VST Plugin: http://syntheway.com/Akkordica.htm - Spleen Op.51 No.3* (Gabriel Faur�) with Akkordica Virtual Accordion featuring 'Hohner Accordion' preset. VST Plugin for Windows, Audio Unit + VST for macOS and Mac OS X (See requirements below)

* Spleen Op.51 No.3 was composed by Gabriel Urbain Faur� (French: [gab?i?l y?b?~ f??e]; 12 May 1845 � 4 November 1924), a French Romantic composer, organist, pianist and teacher.

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1.- Akkordica is a Virtual Accordion, Harmonica and Melodica software that covers a wide range of sounds, by combining the traditional accordion performance and modern digital functionality.�Suitable for a wide range of musical styles, be it traditional, popular or classical. The name Akkordica is a portmanteau of the German word 'Akkordeon' (Accordion) and 'Melodica'. Features:

1.- Piano Accordion
2.- Anglo Concertina
3.- Strasser Accordion
4.- Hohner Accordion
5.- Musette Accordion
6.- Harmonica Natural
7.- Harmonica Vibrato
8.- Melodica (Pianica)
9.- Accordina (Harmonicon)

- Akkordica allows you to reproduce many different accordion types (diatonic and chromatic) for various genres of musical styles such as Folk, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Polka, Tango, Bal-musette, Cajun, Zydeco, Classical, Schrammelmusik, Klezmer, Levenslied, Sevdalinka, Boeremusiek, Forr�, Merengue, Cueca, Milonga, Chamam�, Cumbia, Vallenato, Norte�o, Tex-Mex, Saltarello, Tarantella, Ceol, Basque Trikitixa and Inuit music.

- The harmonica (known as a French harp or mouth organ) comes with two modes: natural and vibrato, to be used in many musical genres, notably in blues, American folk music, classical music, jazz, country, and rock and roll.

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Views: 77
Added: 1 month ago
Duration: 02:28
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Videos: 5
Subscribers: 5
Description
Accordion VST Plugin: http://syntheway.com/Akkordica.htm - Spleen Op.51 No.3* (Gabriel Faur�) with Akkordica Virtual Accordion featuring 'Hohner Accordion' preset. VST Plugin for Windows, Audio Unit + VST for macOS and Mac OS X (See requirements below)

* Spleen Op.51 No.3 was composed by Gabriel Urbain Faur� (French: [gab?i?l y?b?~ f??e]; 12 May 1845 � 4 November 1924), a French Romantic composer, organist, pianist and teacher.

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1.- Akkordica is a Virtual Accordion, Harmonica and Melodica software that covers a wide range of sounds, by combining the traditional accordion performance and modern digital functionality.�Suitable for a wide range of musical styles, be it traditional, popular or classical. The name Akkordica is a portmanteau of the German word 'Akkordeon' (Accordion) and 'Melodica'. Features:

1.- Piano Accordion
2.- Anglo Concertina
3.- Strasser Accordion
4.- Hohner Accordion
5.- Musette Accordion
6.- Harmonica Natural
7.- Harmonica Vibrato
8.- Melodica (Pianica)
9.- Accordina (Harmonicon)

- Akkordica allows you to reproduce many different accordion types (diatonic and chromatic) for various genres of musical styles such as Folk, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Polka, Tango, Bal-musette, Cajun, Zydeco, Classical, Schrammelmusik, Klezmer, Levenslied, Sevdalinka, Boeremusiek, Forr�, Merengue, Cueca, Milonga, Chamam�, Cumbia, Vallenato, Norte�o, Tex-Mex, Saltarello, Tarantella, Ceol, Basque Trikitixa and Inuit music.

- The harmonica (known as a French harp or mouth organ) comes with two modes: natural and vibrato, to be used in many musical genres, notably in blues, American folk music, classical music, jazz, country, and rock and roll.