Trinity Recorder is three different recorders (Bass, soprano & sopranino) added together on the keyboard to get the widest register. Mono and poly mode. Realistic sound and very light on your computer. 24-bit 44.1KHz recording. It contains more than four octaves (F1-G5) and is very useful for writing in poly-mode and then layering the monophonic version for even more realism when playing legato parts.
Tip:Use various amounts of reverb and different panning settings for every layer.
One good way of testing the poly mode is to play something in “um-pa-pa” rhythm with the left hand and then add one or two solo flutes with the right hand.
– The pitch-controller has a special setting for Trinity recorder.
– The modulation-controller adds more vibrato (to the already performed vibrato that is introduced gently in the original samples). Use this to mark important tones with instant vibrato.
– The attack of the sound and also the volume is affected by velocity.
Soft playing will give a smoother tone and harder playing more edge and loudness. Staccato playing is possible when striking short notes with harder velocity. Trinity recorder is perfect for those renaissance moments and also for that adventure film soundtrack you always promised yourself to compose…