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    Looking for a good harmonica library

    I was finishing up a song today and decided, "a harmonica would sound great in this", but to my dismay I had no decent harmonica samples in my nearly 3 terabytes of sample on my DAW.
    Can someone recommend my a really good harmonica library (no loops please)?

    Thanks!
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    Post Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    Before anyone mentions Bolder Sounds about a Harmonica library-

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    I order stuff off the net weekly and this is the first time I this has happened to me.

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    Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    Wow........I never knew that there were so few harmonica libs out there.

    Developers- here is your chance to make at least 1 guaranteed sale because I want to purchase a really good harmonica library.

    In the meanwhile- anyone know of a good harmonica player in Boise, Idaho?
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    Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    Sorry Sean, I don't know of any good harmonicas, but this thread propmted me to visit your site, and listen to some of your film/tv/soundtrack playlist - have to say I love your music!
    David

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    Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    Have you looked at the one from Sonivox??

    http://www.sonivoxmi.com/ProductDeta...ents=Harmonica
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    Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    Quote Originally Posted by playz123 View Post
    Have you looked at the one from Sonivox??

    http://www.sonivoxmi.com/ProductDeta...ents=Harmonica
    I just downloaded the 3 day trial.......so we'll see. Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by Pingu View Post
    Sorry Sean, I don't know of any good harmonicas, but this thread propmted me to visit your site, and listen to some of your film/tv/soundtrack playlist - have to say I love your music!
    Thanks for the compliments.
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    Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    I tried the Sonivox harmonica lib and it was OK.....very basic.....worth the $22.....but still not quite what I was looking for.

    It's hard to belive that there is not a really deep harmonica lib available.
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    Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    For lower registers:
    Cinematique Bass Harmonica

    Not quite a harmonica but may be close enough depending on your needs:
    Volker Funky Melodica

    I remember some library having a Navy harmonica .. can't recall which though. Maybe something from EastWest ?

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    Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    Quote Originally Posted by tonecarver View Post
    For lower registers:
    Cinematique Bass Harmonica

    Not quite a harmonica but may be close enough depending on your needs:
    Volker Funky Melodica

    I remember some library having a Navy harmonica .. can't recall which though. Maybe something from EastWest ?
    I did check out Cinematique Bass Harmonica- excellent, but WHY OH WHY did they not do a regular Harmonica also. I would buy that in a heartbeat.
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    INTEL|CORE I7 980X 3.33G, 12G CORSAIR DDR3, SSD 160G|OCZ for OS.






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    Re: Looking for a good harmonica library

    Zero-G also offers a Harmonica library, riffs plus instruments.

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