Virtual Accordion VST: Annie Is My Darling (Simon Fraser) Akkordica Virtual Accordion, Harmonica and Melodica VST Windows, Audio Unit macOS

http://syntheway.com/Akkordica.htm - Annie Is My Darling (Simon Fraser) with Akkordica Virtual Accordion, Harmonica and Melodica VST Plugin demo featuring Melodica (Pianica) preset, included in version 1.0. VST for PC Windows, and Audio Unit + VST for macOS and Mac OS X. See requirements below.

  • Annie Is My Darling (Anna thug mi gradh dhuit) composed by Captain Simon Fraser, compiler of the Fraser Collection, originally dated 1815. The tune "celebrates the beauty of a young lady, in terms which she thinks so very far beyond her due, that she requested her name to remain uncommunicated" (Fraser).

Additional Plugins:

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Syntheway Percussion Kit VSTi (Wood Block) http://percussion.syntheway.net

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Software Description:

Akkordica is a Virtual Accordion, Harmonica and Melodica software that covers a wide range of sounds, by combining the traditional accordion performance and modern digital functionality. Suitable for a wide range of musical styles, be it traditional, popular or classical.

Akkordica VST Features:

  • Mode Selector to change between the following instruments:

1.- Piano Accordion 2.- Anglo Concertina 3.- Strasser Accordion 4.- Hohner Accordion 5.- Musette Accordion 6.- Harmonica Natural 7.- Harmonica Vibrato 8.- Melodica (Pianica) 9.- Accordina (Harmonicon)

  • Akkordica allows you to reproduce many different accordion types (diatonic and chromatic) for various genres of musical styles such as Folk, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Polka, Tango, Bal-musette, Cajun, Zydeco, Classical, Schrammelmusik, Klezmer, Levenslied, Sevdalinka, Boeremusiek, Forró, Merengue, Cueca, Milonga, Chamamé, Cumbia, Vallenato, Norteño, Tex-Mex, Saltarello, Tarantella, Ceol, Basque Trikitixa and Inuit music.

  • The harmonica (known as a French harp or mouth organ) comes with two modes: natural and vibrato, to be used in many musical genres, notably in blues, American folk music, classical music, jazz, country, and rock and roll.

  • 32 Presets. Additionally, players can create different acoustic and electronic sounds.

  • Multimode Filter. The use of values automatically computed by a multimode filter gives a wide range of interesting tones. Filter switch includes: LP (Low pass), HP (High pass), BP1 CSG (Band pass 1, constant skirt gain), BP2 C0PG (Band pass 2, constant 0db peak gain), Notch (Band-stop/Band-rejection) filters with adjustable Resonance and Cutoff Frequency range extends up to Nyquist. Gain Compensation option for LP, HP and BP1 filter types.

  • ADSR envelope generator. Attack, Sustain, Decay and Release parameters and several modulation targets.

  • LFO (Low Frequency Oscillator) with modulation depth, frequency and offset. This creates a kind of a “trembling” sound for squeezebox instruments, harmonica and melodica.

  • FULL MIDI Automation: Complete MIDI Continuous Controller. You can use this to automate parameter changes from a sequencer, or to control your synthesizers from an external MIDI control surface.

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Installation Notes

Windows Requirements:

  • Use these Syntheway VST plugins in your favourite DAW MIDI Sequencer host like: FL Studio, Ableton Live, Cakewalk Sonar X3, Producer, Sonar Artist, Platinum and Professional, Steinberg Cubase, Nuendo, PreSounus Studio One, Cockos REAPER, Mixcraft, MAGIX Samplitude, Sequoia, Energy XT, ACID Pro, Orion, VSTHost, SAVIHost, n-Track Studio, Cantabile, Adobe Audition and many others ( Check out complete list of VST compatible hosts here: http://syntheway.com/vstcompatiblehost.htm )
  • Place the dll file / files into VST Plugins Folder.
  • 500 MHz Processor (Pentium, Celeron AMD or equivalent) minimum.
  • RAM: 128 MB or higher recommended.
  • Windows Operating System : Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 / x86 (32 bit).
  • For x64 (64-bit platform) test the demo plug-in with your host internal bit bridge as in Cubase (VST Bridge), FL Studio (Bridged mode), Cakewalk SONAR (BitBridge), Cockos REAPER (Bridging), Acoustica Mixcraft (full 32/64-bit compatibility) or via external jBridge application for Ableton Live, PreSonus Studio One, etc ……………………………………………………………………….

macOS Requirements:

macOS and OS X Requirements: AU / VST Hosts: Logic Pro X, GarageBand, Final Cut Pro X, MainStage, Cubase, Ardour, Ableton Live, REAPER and Digital Performer Compatibility with Apple Mac OS X v10.6 “Snow Leopard”, Mac OS X v10.7 “Lion”, Mac OS X v10.8 “Mountain Lion”, OS X v10.9 “Mavericks”, OS X v10.10 “Yosemite”, OS X v10.11 “El Capitan”, macOS v10.12 “Sierra”

Akkordica Virtual Accordion, Harmonica and Melodica is also available for Apple macOS and Mac OS X (Audio Unit, VST for Mac, NI Kontakt NKI Files, Apple Logic EXS24 MkII Sample Library) http://syntheway.com/Akkordica_for_macOS.htm

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Accordions (from 19th century German Akkordeon, from Akkord—"musical chord, concord of sounds") are a family of box-shaped musical instruments of the bellows-driven free-reed aerophone type, colloquially referred to as a squeezebox. A person who plays the accordion is called an accordionist. The concertina and bandoneón are related; the harmonium and American reed organ are in the same family. The instrument is played by compressing or expanding the bellows while pressing buttons or keys, causing pallets to open, which allow air to flow across strips of brass or steel, called reeds. These vibrate to produce sound inside the body. Valves on opposing reeds of each note are used to make the instrument’s reeds sound louder without air leaking from each reed block.[notes 1] The performer normally plays the melody on buttons or keys on the right-hand manual, and the accompaniment, consisting of bass and pre-set chord buttons, on the left-hand manual. The accordion is widely spread across the world. In some countries (for example Brazil, Colombia and Mexico) it is used in popular music (for example Forró, Sertanejo and B-Pop in Brazil), whereas in other regions (such as Europe, North America and other countries in South America) it tends to be more used for dance-pop and folk music and as well as in regional and is often used in folk music in Europe, North America and South America. Nevertheless, in Europe and North America, some popular music acts also make use of the instrument. Additionally, the accordion is also used in cajun, zydeco, jazz music and in both solo and orchestra performances of classical music. The piano accordion is the official city instrument of San Francisco, California. Many conservatories in Europe have classical accordion departments. The oldest name for this group of instruments is harmonika, from the Greek harmonikos, meaning harmonic, musical. Today, native versions of the name accordion are more common. These names refer to the type of accordion patented by Cyrill Demian, which concerned "automatically coupled chords on the bass side".

The name Akkordica is a portmanteau of the German word ‘Akkordeon’ (Accordion) and ‘Melodica’.

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