Miscellania II: Holiday Bells
by Versilian Studios
4.4 / 5     (10 votes)
Win32 Win64 OSX
Miscellania II: Holiday Bells is a fun little plug-in of six whole octaves (including black notes) of chimes, bells, triangles, finger-cymbals, pots, pans, and anything in between that manages to make a ding, ring, clang, or tang-a-lang. Oh yeah, and 10 RR tambourines in case you needed it...
  • 6 whole octaves of fun including five bells, four triangles, three tambourines, two finger cymbals, and a partridge in a pear tree (well, not the last one).
  • Exciting new loops of wind chime ambiance and bells tinkling ambiance!
  • Replacement Christmas light bulbs or gingerbread men for UI not included. You're on your own, sorry.
al Jul 22 2023
(5 / 5)
Jul 22 2023
Thank you for the free vst. Be grateful folks
joe Jan 16 2023
(5 / 5)
Jan 16 2023
Sorry but "Tim" is wrong, these are very usable chime, bell, and jingle sounds and there is wide variety here. Well worth downloading IMO.
luis osodrak May 10 2022
May 10 2022
ao abrir o programa , vem a seguinte mensagem: programa não encontrado
JoTer Feb 12 2021
(3 / 5)
Feb 12 2021
Moi la licence marche pas
Pintspiller Jan 18 2021
Jan 18 2021
Trying to find note names, but no joy
PsyX Nov 22 2019
(5 / 5)
Nov 22 2019
What about the Tubular Bells of the same producer ?
Alex Jun 14 2016
Jun 14 2016
Ehmm what i do with the .mse file?
Anonymous Jun 14 2016
Jun 14 2016
Just copy the extracted zip just like it is.
bob May 10 2016
May 10 2016
How do I get the mac version? There is only a component and no vst plugin? Usually when I download VSTs here, they provide a .vst and .component for the VST to work on my DAW. How would I just use a .component? It isnt showing up in the DAW. I use Reaper by the way
Anonymous May 10 2016
May 10 2016
The vst version isn't available, there is just the audio unit for mac.
Space Pilot Oct 06 2014
(5 / 5)
Oct 06 2014
CPU is low. If you've ever heard the beginning of Porter Robinson's "sea of voices" then you can hear a similar chime. It's soothing :)
Tim Apr 09 2014
(2 / 5)
Apr 09 2014
The sounds are o.k. but they are not really usable for most applications. Overall a weird and different instrument which might be just what you are looking for.