The Irish flute is a type of transverse flute. It is often played in traditional Irish music ensembles along with other instruments such as the bodhrán, guitar, and fiddle. It has a unique and distinctive sound that is characterized by its bright and clear tone
The history of the Irish flute can be traced back to the 19th century. It was initially played as an alternative to the tin whistle, which was and still is a popular instrument among Irish musicians.
Up to 4 Repetitions
Phase Aligned Dynamics
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9 recorded articulations.
Endless variety and ornaments through your performance.
Up to 4x recorded round robin + infinite variation engine.
Playable legato, trills, and portamento
Up to 3 phase-aligned dynamic layers
Dynamic vibrato control
Vector based interface with Hi-DPI support.
Low CPU and RAM usage
About the Library
The samples for Emerald Flute were recorded in a small studio to produce a dry, non-reverberant, sound. This makes it easier to incorporate the instrument into a virtual mix alongside other sample libraries.
The instrument includes a special “performance” articulation that interprets your playing to generate realistic legato transitions, trills, attacks, ornaments, and glides.