This is the first Marching and Concert Band Kontakt Player 2 collection released.
A Complete Marching, Wind and Concert Band Collection
The First Commercial Concert and Marching Band Library
Featuring Trumpets, Trombones, Marching winds, Euponiums, Baritones, Saxophones, Sousaphones, Tenor Horns, Mellophones, Marching percussion (including drumline sounds from Virtual Drumline 2 by Tapspace), and more...
Create Realistic-Sounding Marching Band, Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Brass Band, Drum Corp and other Band Arrangements Quickly and Easily.
Build Your Own Bands with Ensemble Building.
Includes NI KONTAKT 2 Sample Player. Works with supported notation programs.
Great Sounding Instruments with Expressive Control. Tongue/Slur Articulations, Intonation, Vibrato, etc.
Works on a single computer or laptop, Mac or PC, Standalone, VST, DX, AU, RTAS, Runs in RAM
Retail Price: $239
(for Kontakt 2 Player & Sound Library)
2 GB of free hard disk space.
Windows XP, Pentium 4 /Athlon 2.4 GHz or better is recommended.
Mac OS X or higher, To get full functionality of all the programming a Mac-Intel or G5 is recommended. The Kontakt audio engine is designed to make use of the processing power of your computer's CPU. The powerful and complex algorithms of the Kontakt Player work best on modern and fast CPUs. Please also observe the systems requirements of your host application.
The Kontakt Player needs a soundcard for playing the sounds of Concert & Marching Band. Standard DirectSound, MME or ASIO drivers required; Windows-compatible MIDI hardware if required.
A MIDI interface is required if you are using a MIDI keyboard, another MIDI controller or an external sequencer. The MIDI interface integrated in many sound cards can also be used.
* To play an entire marching band, we recommend 1 GB of RAM or more. There is a direct correlation between the number of instruments that can be loaded and the amount of available RAM. The more RAM available the better.
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