Indian Bells

Indian Bells New Box Art.jpg
SFZ Format Badge.png

     These vintage bells tell a story. One may celebrate a wedding, while another can be given as a hostess gift. The bells recorded for this collection were sold as a collectible in the 1960s or 1970s. There is also a bonus bell, which isn't from India. Rather, it's a school teacher's bell, that is shaped like an apple.

• Up to 4x round robin

• Up to 3 dynamic layers

• Single bell strikes, rings, and wind chime effects (in stereo)

• 3 ringing speeds that are looped and come to a rest naturally, after note release

•Dry samples, for maximum flexibility

Tech Specs:

     - SFZ Format (Level 2.0)

     -48 kHz, FLAC, Mono/Stereo

     - 25.4 MB on Disk

Works in most DAWs and notation software using Plogue's sforzando, a free SFZ player that functions as both a standalone player, as well as a VST/AU/RTAS/AAX plugin.

Current Version: 1.2.1 Version History




Sample Libraries

3D Prints




©2016-2020 Michael Picher

PrivacyLicense Agreement

Plogue and sforzando are registered trademarks of Plogue Art et Technologie and Makemusic.


I have been composing original music for over a decade! My work has been heard in award-winning short films as well as audio dramas, private commissions, and performed live in concert.


To help me make my music, I create my own unique virtual instrument sample libraries, which are available for download by my fellow musicians and composers.


As a trumpet player, I have experience performing both classical music and jazz, earning awards and honors in both styles. See Full Bio