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Waverunner Audio – Seven Days // Day 7: Alder Cello




Alder Cello Alder Cl Box 1

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Alder Cello

Performed by cellist Lidia Alonso and recorded by Adaq Khan in Soho, London. Focusing on the delicate, the soft and the evocative.

Alder Cello is inspired in part by the ocean and its many moods, the surfer community that supports the Hometree project, and their nomadic and humble lifestyle. The Alder Cello contains some unique and inspiring articulations which coupled with the stacked reverb and delay options in the ‘Seven Says GUI’ allows for further exploration of light and experimental cello textures.

Alder Cello Articulations:

sustains | harmonic sustains | delicate tremolo | low tide | bristeacha | Swell NV | Swell Vib |Seagulls

Seven Days Project

Waverunner Audio is releasing seven sample libraries each one per day for seven days. Each Library is just £10 each for the fundraising period. For every sale, Hometree plant a tree.

 Each library part of the Seven Days will be £10 until the 18th of November, after which they’ll go up to £25. 

If you want to support this initiative and plant a tree purchase Alder Cello and help to grow some new trees.

Waverunner Audio Seven Days Day 7 Alder Cello UI
Waverunner Audio – Seven Days Day 7 Alder Cello UI

All libraries currently require the full version of Kontakt (5.6+).
All libraries are using the new Pulse downloader app to download the Seven Days libraries. Download Pulse here.

Waverunner Audio – Seven Days Day 7 Alder Cello Pulse Downloader
Waverunner Audio – Seven Days Day 7 Alder Cello Pulse Downloader

Hometree is a pretty essential idea, plant more trees. Hometree is on the Atlantic coast of Ireland, it’s wet, windy and cold and it’s where they first started a community garden, in an unused plot of ground about 100m elevation and about 600m from the coast. When Hometree planted the first apple trees the NGO were told they were mad, that trees found it difficult to grow here, but they didn’t, they grew tall and strong and produce delicious fruits.

This was Hometree’s reconnection to trees, they saw the birds come back and the soil in the garden improves, biodiversity, more life on the hill and the seeds of change blew in all directions. One direction was here to Hometree, a group of people inspired by the lack of trees in County Clare in West Ireland and hope that they could do our part in regenerating and reforesting this beautiful mythical part of Mother Earth.

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