1 KApro Accordions Vol. 1
1.1 What this Expansion Pack is All About
The modern accordion finds its roots in a patent (“Privilegium”) granted to Cyrill Demian and his sons Karl and Guido on May 23, 1829, Vienna, Austria. The Demians were organ and piano builders who had their origins in Transylvania.
The expression “accordion” which was coined for the new instrument by the Demians emphasizes the fact that the instrument had buttons or keys some of which activating “automatically coupled chords on the bass side” made up of three to five different notes. Accordions are box-shaped instruments of the bellows-driven free-reed aerophone type, see
Since their invention, the accordions have become widely spread all over the world, being used in folk music, pop, rock, cajun, zydeco, jazz and in both solo and orchestra performances of classical music. We, being great fans of fine acoustical instruments, introduce this new sound library devoted to the accordion in its various forms, providing you, dear fellow musicians, with a superb sounding, versatile addition for your musical work.
The KApro Accordions Vol. 1 Expansion Pack contains multisamples and samples with a memory size of 117 MB (measured on a PSR-S970).
1.2 Some Technical Details
The KApro Accordions Vol. 1 Expansion Pack has been made for
- the YAMAHA TYROS5,
- the YAMAHA PSR-S970 and
- the YAMAHA PSR-S770.
The KApro Accordions Vol. 1 Expansion Pack for the TYROS5 offers a varied sound set comprising of
- twenty (20) expansion voices and
- 117 MB of new multisamples and samples.
The KApro Accordions Vol. 1 Expansion Pack for the PSR-S970 and the KApro Accordions Vol. 1 Expansion Pack for the PSR-S770 offer a varied sound set comprising of
- twenty (20) expansion voices,
- 117 MB of new multisamples and samples (measured on a PSR-S970) and
- twenty (20) registrations arranged in three (3) registration banks.