Version: Kontakt 5.1 / NCW / V1
Download Method: Kontakt Hub
Sound design library derived from an old Harmonica. The Harmonica in question was a long forgotten instrument remade for the modern age in a creative way.
This instrument is based on ordinary and (as usual with Atom Hub items) old harmonica tuned in D. The instrument has been sampled with intention of providing organic, non-perfect, breathy, shaky, metallic sounds rather than a virtual incarnation of a nice romantic harmonica tone.
Anyway, those are also possible to get from some of the sample sets present in the pack. In case you are hoping for something your current harmonica library (if any) is not capable of, or you just share strange obsession in quirky experimental instruments with me, Harmogeddon belongs in your hands !
FULL version of Kontakt 5.1 or above required (NOT Kontakt Player)
- 24 bit / 44,1 kHz
- 779 MB installed
- 114 nki/nkm files (250 ncw files) in 4 categories of sounds
- Harmonica in D with its flaws and imperfections
- 3 RR variations and 3 layers
- Essential harmonica samples
- Rich sound design category
- Filter, Cabinet, Lo-Fi, Flanger, EQ, Delay, Reverb, Attack, Release controls
So strange !
So strange sound for strange movie music !
Atom Hub - THE sound design genius
Very special Harmonica sound but somekind interesting.
Really great Quirky Sounds
This instrument has a really wide range of strange and quirky sounds including some great dirty accordion type sounds. Well worth the price especially if on sale.
Worth far more than I paid for it! So far I've used it as a creaking accordion, which it did perfectly of course, but it has far more potential than that! Generates airy raspy pads or some "out there" leads as well. A joy to use. Get it!
Love this one!
This library is another hit from Atom Hub. While it is a harmonica library, the sounds and textures go way beyond...which is of course what you'd expect from Atom Hub:) I find this instrument to be really useful in all sorts of situations and styles. I have recently been using it for spacey synth music as a sort of alien-like stab. Overall, I highly recommend this library from Atom Hub. However, as with almost all of their stuff, you can't go wrong.