Giant Resonating Lamellophone Sampled

US Soundiron releases Hopkin Instrumentarium: Miago Trod      16/09/20

Soundiron tells us that Hopkin Instrumentarium: Miago Trod is a giant resonating lamellophone created by master instrument inventor Bart Hopkin. A spokesperson told us, "This library further expands the sonic palette of the series with an instrument that has never been seen or heard before. It has a mysterious bassy and metallic timbre, ideal for your next project that needs something truly unique."

Soundiron says that you'll also find a wide assortment of playable tuned and untuned articulations, sound-design textures, pads and drones that take the concept beyond its source material and into the realm of pure imagination, along with mallet and hammer strikes, taps, knocks, scrapes, slides and bounces.  

Product Specs

  • 1 Master preset and 20 Custom Sound-Designed FX and Ambient presets
  • 1 Unique Hand-crafted metal lamellophone
  • Mallet Strikes, Hammer Strikes, Taps, Bounces, Slides, Knocks, Taps, Scrapes
  • 24-bit, 48 kHz Stereo Lossless NCW Format.
  • 2,907 Stereo Samples
  • 3.72 GB Installed (6.73 GB Uncompressed)
  • Made for the free Kontakt Player (version 6.1+), Komplete Kontrol, all S-Series Keyboards and NKS software and hardware by Native Instruments
  • Works with the Kontakt "Libraries" browser and Native Access.
     

Pricing and Availability:
On sale for $29.00 (MSRP $39.00) until Sept 29th.

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