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    VSL Horn KONTAKT

    P2P | Dec 18, 2011 | 4.20 GB

    The tubing of the Viennese horn is 55% conical and narrower than the most commonly used double horn in F/Bb. The so-called F crook is not a fixed part of the Viennese horn but is detachable. Other tunings are used especially for natural horn parts. The three valves are Viennese valves (twin-piston valves) and are operated by the 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers of the left hand. In contrast to the Vienna horn the double horn in F/Bb has rotary valves with an optional additional stopping valve. The higher pitch that results from magesy download stopping on the Viennese horn is not compensated for by a stopping valve but by playing the note a half tone lower.

    By placing his hand in the bell the player can make very subtle adjustments to the intonation. This intonation check is also what produces the typically soft and romantic sound of the French horn. Intonation can also be controlled by means of the embouchure (altering lip tension).

    Classification
    Aerophone, brass wind instrument

    Material
    Brass, gold brass, nickel silver

    Mouthpiece
    Funnel-shaped mouthpiece

    Tubing
    Length 3.7 m, coiled several times, predominantly conical, detachable F crook, length 105–120 cm

    Bore
    Narrow, inner diameter in cylindrical tubing approx. 10.8 mm

    Valves
    Three Vienna valves

    Bell
    Rim diameter 30.5 cm, widely flared and parabolically curved






    INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://redi.se/3du4
    Vienna Symphonic Library Horn KONTAKT
    http://beelink.in/27552/Vienna-Symphonic-Library-Horn-KONTAKT.html

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