8Dio – Bazantar (KONTAKT)

By | January 10, 2016

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The Bazantar is a custom five-string acoustic bass, fitted with an additional twenty-nine sympathetic strings and four drone strings. The instrument possesses a melodic range of over five octaves, while its sympathetic range spans four octaves. This results in an interplay between melodic, sympathetic, and drone strings which weaves an unexpected landscape of resonance that is remarkably rich in texture. The 8DIO Bazantar is a deep-sampled virtual instrument containing over 2.700 samples divided into two main categories: Multi-samples and phrase-samples. The multi-samples consists of both plucked and bowed representations of the instrument.

Overview

Plucked and Tapped Multi-Samples (x6-8RR)
Bowed Sustains and Swells Multi-Samples
Deep-Phrase Samples
2 Microphone. Close and Hall Position.
Deep controls and Convolution Reverb(s)
Core Requirements
Full Retail version of Kontakt 4.2 or later required
6GB harddrive space
Ability to download
PC 2.4GZ+, 4GB ram
MAC 2.6Ghz, 4GB ram
Deep-Sampled Bazantar by Mark Deutsch
2 Microphone Positions (close/internal & hall perspective)
Arc Swell 1
Arc Swell 2
Arc Swell 3
Arc Swell 4
Sustain with Vibrato
Sustain with Non-Vibrato
Plucked (x8 RR)
Tapped (x8 RR)
Bowed Sadness
Dark Bowed Sadness
Dark Deep Drones
Medium Vartiation
Mystical Dark Bowing 1
Mystical Dark Bowing 2
Medium Notes
Light Drone Bends
Light Dual Notes
Dark Deep Solo 1
Dark Deep Solo 2
High Harmonic Melodies
High Harmonic Phrases
Dark Solo With Drone 1
Dark Solo With Drone 2
Dark Plucking Solo
Resonator and Drones
Round Robin Sustains (x 3 round robin pr. note & velocity layer)
Round Robin Staccato (x 6 round robin pr. note & velocity layer)
Advanced Release Triggers

 

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One thought on “8Dio – Bazantar (KONTAKT)

  1. _emrys_

    i’ve noticed that this torrent was created incorrectly. it contains some uTorrent-munged file names among the files in the Samples folder (as a regular expression: Sus_VIB_Far_000[2-6].*[t1]$ should locate them). i’ve created a corrected .torrent file, that lists the actual .ncw files that *should* be requested/transmitted, but i have absolutely no clue how to go about propagating it.

    it’s been a *real* long time since i did this sort of thing, but i could try compressing the .torrent, then uuencoding it (or mime-encoding, or whatever seems best), and then posting it here and maybe a couple other sites… would anyone care, though, if i did?

    i’m posting this note mostly for the benefit of the site admin, hoping for advice on how to handle this… any help?

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