Instruments [wav]

Shroomalicious Instruments WAV  Software

Posted by orientazure at March 21, 2016
Shroomalicious Instruments WAV

Shroomalicious Instruments WAV | 470 Mb

All instruments in this pack by super-producer SHROOM are recorded in high end worldclass studios, using the best gear possible (API, SSL, Marshall, Fender, Gibson, Hammond, Steinway, Neumann, Neve and more).

Soundtrack Loops Latin Instruments WAV AiFF  Software

Posted by orientazure at Nov. 15, 2011
Soundtrack Loops Latin Instruments WAV AiFF

Soundtrack Loops Latin Instruments WAV AiFF | 1.22 Gb

Soundtrack Loops Latin Instruments Loops & Samples includes seven Latin genres. They are son montuno, bossa, samba, bolero, afro cuban in 6/8, cha cha cha, and timba. Each genre includes all of the traditional instruments elements plus some non-traditional. This set includes Piano, Guitar, Upright Bass, Electric Bass, Flute, and Sax. Performances were performed in both C Major and C minor. There are also parts A and B to inspire more creative possibilities.

Big Fish Audio Celtic Instruments WAV NKI (repost)  Software

Posted by orientazure at June 18, 2011
Big Fish Audio Celtic Instruments WAV NKI (repost)

Big Fish Audio Celtic Instruments WAV NKI (repost) | 386 Mb

At long last, you can add the mesmerizing essence of the Celtic tradition to your music or score. You'll be instantly transported to the misty hills of Scotland and Ireland with "Celtic Instruments." Featured are high-quality, large and detailed instruments, such as Great Highland Pipes, Uillian Pipes, Scottish Small Pipes, and other bagpipe-style instruments. To round out your Celtic experience, there are also patches featuring pennywhistle, bodhran (Irish drum), fiddle, and more.
Les Dominos; Les Agremens - Marc-Antoine Charpentier: Pour un reposoir; Noels sur les instruments; Sonate a huit (2013)

Marc-Antoine Charpentier - Pour un reposoir; Noëls sur les instruments; Sonate à huit (2013)
Les Dominos; Les Agrémens; Florence Malgoire, director

EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 378 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 183 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Ricercar | # RIC338 | Time: 01:14:54

The instrumental works of Marc-Antoine Charpentier are familiar to very few people. A large number of them were composed for use in churches, the most famous of these being the Messe pour plusieurs instruments au lieu des orgues that has already been recorded by Jean Tubéry and La Fenice for Ricercar (RIC 245). Charpentier composed the Sonate à huit around 1685, at a time when various private musical societies were exploring the Italian sonata style. Charpentier discovered this style at the same time as François Couperin, who also set about composing sonatas in the Italian style. Charpentier’s Sonate à huit blends the Italian style with the French suite of dances and as such is one of the masterpieces of instrumental music of the French baroque. The symphonies Pour un Reposoir were intended to accompany an outdoor procession, an organ naturally not being available. The greater part of the CD, however, is taken up by the Noëls pour les Instruments which Charpentier set for instrumental ensemble and organ. We have also recorded the original versions of the above-mentioned Christmas carols, complete with their many verses as they appeared in French collections published at the beginning of the 18th century. This recording of Christmas music can be enjoyed throughout the year!

Mozart, Beethoven: Quintets for fortepiano & wind instruments  Music

Posted by frakctured at Aug. 25, 2010
Mozart, Beethoven: Quintets for fortepiano & wind instruments

Mozart, Beethoven: Quintets for fortepiano & wind instruments - Robert Levin, The Academy of Ancient Music Ensemble (1998)
EAC | FLAC (IMG) + LOG + CUE | 247MB | TT: 66:32 | Scans | RS
Label: Decca L'Oiseau-Lyre | cat no. 455 994-2

The originality of these three masterpieces for fortepiano and wind is wonderfully highlighted by the fresh, warm sounds of period instruments.
Anthony Braxton - Composition No. 165 (for 18 instruments) (1992)

Anthony Braxton - Composition No. 165 (for 18 instruments) (1992)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER NO BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery) | 178 Mb
Classical | New Albion Records NA050
Origin Sound Fundamental Liquid DNB WAV MiDi NATiVE iNSTRUMENTS MASSiVE

Origin Sound Fundamental Liquid DNB WAV MiDi NATiVE iNSTRUMENTS MASSiVE | 292 Mb

A collection of high fidelity loops, MIDIs, hits and kits delivering ambient textures, beautiful pianos, deep bass and precise production. Bursting with rolling beats, ambient melodies, advanced chord progressions, crisp drums and amazing SFX.

IV The Polymath Presents - The IV Samples Vol 2 WAV  Software

Posted by orientazure at Jan. 11, 2017
IV The Polymath Presents - The IV Samples Vol 2 WAV

IV The Polymath Presents - The IV Samples Vol 2 WAV | 402 Mb

The Drum Broker is back with another all original sample & composition kit by composer and producer IV The Polymath. The Drum Broker has been scouting new talent during the last few months and linked up with IV The Polymath to drop his second Sample Library, The IV Samples Vol. 2
LBandy Music Productions Epicamine Orchestral and Cinematic WAV MiDi AiFF

LBandy Music Productions Epicamine Orchestral and Cinematic WAV MiDi AiFF | 973 Mb

Epicamine contains 7 full orchestra tracks, composed and recorder by LBandyMusic in "Studio des Arts", Morocco with a team of experimented instrumentalists.

The Parley of Instruments - Peter Philips: Consort Music (1988)  Music

Posted by tirexiss at Dec. 28, 2016
The Parley of Instruments - Peter Philips: Consort Music (1988)

The Parley of Instruments - Peter Philips: Consort Music (1988)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers + Digital Booklet | 50:13 | 279 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Hyperion | Catalog: CDA66240

Peter Philips is the one first-rate English composer from the sixteenth and early seventeenth century who remains largely unknown today, even to specialists. His modern reputation has suffered from a form of musical chauvinism that works to the disadvantage of emigres: since he left England at an early age, never to return, he has been largely ignored by English musicologists, and equally he has been treated as a foreigner by their colleagues in his adopted country, the Spanish Netherlands - now Belgium.