French romance ensemble

  • Dans et hors d'une Rêverie by Sascha Knorr
  • Fun and games by Emmanuel Jacob
  • Not a show gun by Franziska Pohlmann and Susanne Hardt
  • Meeting Mr. Fox by Adam Smetana
  • No roots by Ben Botkin
  • Anton's last wish by Adam Smetana
  • Loire intro by Frederik Theyssen
  • Musette improvisations by Uwe Steger

From the banks of the river Seine to the sidewalk cafés of Paris, Loire gives you a unique combination of instruments for instant scene-setting. With a musette accordion, a tuba, and a selection of chalumeau, Loire is romantic, evocative, and eccentric in the best possible way.

The chalumeau, which has never been sampled before, is a baroque forerunner of today's clarinet. Its soft sound here immediately evokes a French je ne sais quoi, but it’s equally at home with melodies of the Middle Ages, and those of the Middle East.

The detailed accordion can evoke a European old town or a Tom Waits-ian Louisiana backstreet. And wherever the journey takes you, the tuba provides a solid foundation for your travels.

Wes Anderson-style soundtrack, virtual Parisian street band, pirate drinking songs: Loire offers all of this and more. See where it takes you…

129,00 € +VAT
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Content6 single instruments
Up to 25 articulations, 3 mic positions
Processed: 5 pads, 2 plucks, 4 keys, 1 texture

System requirements SINEplayermacOS 10.13 or higher, Intel Core i5 or similar, Apple M1 chipsets supported
At least 8 GB RAM
Windows: Windows 10 64 bit, Intel Core i5 or similar, at least 8 GB RAM
Interfaces: VST, VST3, AU, AAX

Size23 GB of samples (8 GB SINEarc compressed)
24 bit / 48 KHz patches

Not licensed

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