The Quilcom SIM-HG is a synth designed to simulate the sound of Hurdy Gurdies without using samples. There’s no such thing as a “standard” Hurdy Gurdy so the SIM-HG can create a wide range of sounds.
Click on the picture to download the zip which contains 32 and 64 bit plugins (including one which should work in Windows XP), the FlowStone schematic (not needed for the plugins to work), a User Guide and background information.
The Quilcom SIM-BP is a synth designed to simulate the sound of many different types of bagpipe.
It uses no samples, just synthesis methods. This means that while it may not sound as authentic as real sample sets you do have fine control over the timbre and behaviour of this class of capped reed instruments.
Click on the image for the download.
The download includes the FlowStone schematic (not needed for the plugins to work), 32 and 64 bit plugins and a plugin which should work in windows XP. Also there is a folder containing background info, and a User Guide which goes into detail about the operation and methods used.
The Quilcom SIM-W is synth designed to simulate the Tin Whistle. It uses no samples and relies on synthesiser techniques only. Since it’s a synthesiser, the range of timbres available is considerably wider than sample sets. And it’s free!
Click on the picture to get the zip which contains 32 and 64 bit plugins and a 32 bit plugin for Windows XP users. There’s background info, a user Guide which I recommend reading and the FlowStone schematic (which isn’t needed for the plugins to work).
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