Chamber Brass Ensemble Library

US Soundiron releases Hyperion Brass Elements for Kontakt      20/09/21

Soundiron describes Hyperion Brass Elements as a deeply sampled chamber brass ensemble library recorded at the historic Studio A at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, CA. They say that, featuring an intuitive modular design, robust articulation list and instrument sections including: Trumpets, Horns, Tenor Trombones, Bass Trombones, Euphoniums, and Tubas. Recorded with an uncompromising quality, this is everything you need to start composing for orchestral brass arrangements.

Hyperion Brass Elements includes 10 combo ensemble presets and 6 Master and True-Legato section presets for 6 Trumpets, 4 Tenor Trombones, 4 French Horns, 3 Euphoniums, 3 Bass Trombones, and 3 Tubas. The Master presets include a broad selection of fundamental articulations, each with their own range of customizable real-time performance options, key-switch and mapping options and performance tools. Soundiron says that these master presets allow you to blend and switch effortlessly between vibrato and non-vibrato sustains, a variety of shorts and naturally dynamic tempo-based expressions.
 
It's built for the free Kontakt 6 Player (version 6.2.2 +) and NKS hardware

Pricing and Availability:
On sale now for $79 until September 28th (MSRP $99)

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