I have always been impressed by the creative and unique route that SOUNDIRON has taken with their selection of sampled instruments. From their ‘Laundronium‘ to their ‘Street Erhu‘ the instruments are always inspiring and distinctive.
The same applies to their latest instrument: The Angklung.
Honestly, I had never even heard of this instrument before, so Continue Reading
It’s been a while since I’ve posted last but there’s been some exciting things happening lately!
First of all though, I was asked to do another demo for Soundiron. This time for a new instrument called Breaker.
It’s an interesting little beast designed for designing your own breakbeats. Specifically nice fat, dirty beats. Continue Reading
Why yes of course I’m interested! I’m always looking for opportunities to try out new things and experiment!
In this post I’ll try to give you a quick overview of the instrument and some insight into the track I wrote for it.
The instruments that were sampled Continue Reading
I know it seems like I only do reviews for SOUNDIRON, but the fact is, they just put out such unique & inspiring instruments that I just can’t help it. I use their instruments probably more than any other. I sit down, open up Logic, open up Kontakt and then immediately browse the SOUNDIRON folder. There is always something there to inspire.
I really love the approach that SOUNDIRON takes to instrument sampling. Very unique and conceptual. Previously I reviewed an instrument of theirs: Imbibaphones, which is based entirely on wine glasses and champagne flutes. These objects have actually been used as musical instruments over the years, but I’m not sure if the subject of Luminabells have.
Simple everyday objects that, as you will see, possess remarkably Continue Reading