Enzo Puzzovio Hurdy Gurdy | Artist Series
Enzo Puzzovio Hurdy Gurdy | Artist Series
Enzo Puzzovio Hurdy Gurdy | Artist Series
Enzo Puzzovio Hurdy Gurdy | Artist Series
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Enzo Puzzovio Hurdy Gurdy | Artist Series

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Enzo Puzzovio Hurdy Gurdy is a collection of 2 patches recorded by world-renown historic string player Enzo Puzzovio and will instantly liven up your tracks with Medieval & Nordic flare.

Features in v1.4:

  • Full patch including both extended range of Hurdy Gurdy melody notes & drones
  • Drones patch featuring extended low range to play in all keys
  • Nordic Verb button that places your Hurdy Gurdy in the Nordic Sea among battle-hungry Vikings
  • 30 MB download file size.
  • Requires full-version Kontakt 6.2.2 or higher 


Meet Enzo Puzzovio

Enzo Puzzovio is a multi-instrumentalist and singer who specializes in historic strings and ethnic music as a performer, researcher, and speaker. With a robust collection of medieval instruments including hurdy-gurdy, hammered dulcimer, lute, cittern, orpharion, baroque mandolino and colascione, his dedication to period authenticity shines in all his recordings. Enzo has recorded numerous albums with Grynwode, Prego, and under his stage-name "Dante Ferrara". He actively performs with Duo Piccolo e Grande.

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Alexis Sidoroff
For the moment you need it... and more.

Clearly this is not an instrument you need in every project. But when you need it, Enzio Puzzovio Hurdy Gurdy is very useful and usable. The UI is user friendly and self explaining. A nice virtual instrument to have to have and keep in mind that you have it: my advice is to test it in styles you would't primarily associate with this instrument. Positive surprises are waiting ....