The English Harpsichord library presents an instrument built by Jacob Kirckman in 1766. Due to its two manuals and many registers, the Kirckman harpsichord offers lots of unqiue sounds, sampled with 6 different register combinations, including the upper 8', lower 8' (principal 8'), both 8' together, the 4' register, the lute stop as well as the nasale stop only available with Kirckman instruments. Jacob Kirckmans harpsichords are highly sought-after because of their sound quality and their signature sound. This harpsichord remains in excellent playable condition despite its age.
Like all harpsichords, the Kirckman is not touch-sensitive. However, even if the differences are minuscule, not any given note will sound exactly the same due to different resonances of body and strings.
The Multiformat library contains nearly 3600 WAV-samples in 16Bit/44.1kHz and patches for EXS-24, HaLion and Kontakt 2