Soundiron Releases Hopkin Instrumentarium: Woodentines

US Bespoke, hand-made wooden lamellaphones sampled for Kontakt 6 Player      05/11/19

Soundiron tells us that Hopkin Instrumentarium: Woodentines is a nuanced and expressive selection of wooden lamellaphones by master instrument inventor Bart Hopkin. They say that, featuring 3 unique instruments with wildly different shapes and mechanics, the same crisp and yet ponderously watery wooden essence shines warmly through each one. It includes the Bamboo Idiomount, Big Wooden Kalimba and Woodkal, plus a  special bonus instrument called Piezo Tongues. Here's the story direct from Soundiron...

We've included a range of playable articulations and multiple microphone/channel options to give you complete freedom. And in classic Soundiron tradition, we've also included sound-designed textures, pads and tones that take the concept beyond its material source and into the realm of pure imagination. They can be played, layered, modulated and blended along with the natural acoustic articulations to achieve and endless array of new sonic combinations.  This collection offers you a broad, flexible palette of musical colors and comes equipped with easy-to-use layer mixing, performance tools and special effects to spark your creativity.

It's Made For Kontakt 6 Player and is compatible with Komplete Kontrol and S-Series hardware.

Pricing and Availability:
On sale until November 18th for $29.00 (MSRP $39)

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