Melodic Electric Glockenspiel
Delirious, delightful, delicious, de-lovely Delicia
From our Retrospective ReFill comes a dedicated device starring one its most unique samplesets: the 1967 Czech keyboard, the Delicia Melodic.
This strange machine is an electronic piano, but one that sounds like something between a glockenspiel and a tubular bell. It has a suprisingly rich texture, with a solid fundamental, and nicely ringing overtones.
Exclusively for you, we’ve taken those original and rather noisy samples, and have carefully cleaned them up to leave them nearly hiss-free and shimmeringly cutting and quirky. It’s a device that you may only use once, but that one use will be the perfect time for it and nothing else will suffice!
The Melodic Electric Glockenspiel features:
- Bass and Treble shelving EQ
- Decay (release time).
- Key release sound, with decay to produce “note-off” repetition
- Transistor distortion
- Spring reverb
- Newly cleaned-up samples
No user guide for this one: it should be self-explanatory! Hit a key and it plays a tuned chime!