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Beethoven Syinthesa FONT Download

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Download nowPublisher: Kotak Kuning Studio
Category: Fonts Script

Say hello to Beethoven Syinthesa!

A beautiful classical calligraphy font. Perfect for making elegant stylish statements - or adding a touch of class to your designs. This script has a multitude of natural looking ligatures and alternate characters in its OpenType features - making the font look as close to natural handwriting as possible.

Beethoven Syinthesa is perfect for many different projects such as logos & branding, invitation, stationery, wedding designs, social media posts, advertisements, product packaging, product designs, label, photography, watermark, special events or anything.

What you get:

  • BeethovenSyinthesa.ttf, BeethovenSyinthesa.otf, and BeethovenSyinthesa.woff
  • Beethoven Syinthesa includes capital and lowercase letters, alternates, and Ligatures
  • Numbers + punctuation
  • Foreign language support

I highly recommend using a program that supports OpenType features and Glyphs panels such as Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe InDesign, or CorelDraw, so you can see and access all Glyph variations.

BeethovenSyinthesa is encoded with Unicode PUA, which allows full access to all additional characters without having special design software. Mac users can use Font Book, and Windows users can use Character Map to view and copy one of the extra characters to paste into your favorite text editor/application.

We hope you enjoy the font, please feel free to comment if you have any thoughts or feedback. Or simply send me a PM or email me at [email protected] Thanks for purchasing and have fun!


File Types: TTF, WOFF, OTF
File Size: 322.89 KB

Release date: November 26, 2019

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