SOLO Clarinet

Welcome to the CMusic Production SOLO Clarinet in B Library!

The clarinet – a single reed woodwind – originated near the close of the 17th century. It arose from the need for an instrument to play the high classical passages with which valveless trumpets of the era struggled. Its use has been smoothly adapted from classical to jazz, pop, and folk music genres. Its soft, melodious sound can – in the right hands – have a definite “edge”. The clarinet’s velvet timbre rarely fails to make a deep emotional connection with listeners. From Anton Stadler whose use of it is said to have moved Mozart to compose, to Benny Goodman who rocked the big band era with it, the clarinet has proven it is here to stay!

  • Clarinet performed by: Nikita Mishutin
  • Recording: Vladimir Kuznetsov
  • Editing: Vladimir Kuznetsov
  • Programming, Design & Script: Vladimir Kuznetsov
  • © 2019 Cmusic Production, LLC / All Rights Reserved, Cmusic Production®
  • Legato, Portamento, Glissando Velocity control
  • 3-x round robin sustain non vibrato for each note (6 layers)
  • Sustain vibrato for each note (5 layers)
  • 3-x round robin staccato for each note (5 layers)
  • 3-x round robin marcato short and long for each note (4 layers)
  • 2/4 and 4/4 tempo sync swells (120 bpm default, 2 layers)
  • Rips chromatic short, medium and long (3 layers)
  • Crescendo short and long
  • Diminuendo, pfp
  • Trills HT, Trills WT, Flutter, Growl, Sliders long and short, Ends
  • Fast trills between notes in octave range
  • Glissando speed control
  • Humanize function
  • Auto fade out Sustain and Legato articulation (Hot Key Velocity control time from 0.5 sec to 4.5 sec)
  • 3.26 GB on disk, 5 271 samples, 44.1 KHz / 24-bit
  • Native Instruments full retail Kontakt 5.5.2
  • Windows 7 or later, Intel Core Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2, 4 GB
  • Mac OS X 10.6 or later, Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB
  • 5 GB free disk space
Warning: for full retail Kontakt only (Kontakt Player not supported)!