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Soundiron's Tuned Micro is a multi-instrument collection of stringed and tuned percussion instruments, in an interface for Kontakt 4 and later.

Soundiron took a dozen instruments included in their Stringed and Tuned Percussion Collection and selected a core sample set from each. These titles include Bamblong, Circlebells, Cylindrum, Imbibaphones, Kalimba, Music Box, The Struck Grand, Toy Glockenspiel, Twine Bass, Waterharp, Whaledrum and Zitherette.


Tuned Micro serves as an introduction to the style, flavour and tone you can expect from Soundiron´s full catalogue.

 

First, Soundiron have provided a dual-layer matrix that allows any of the 20 individual instrument articulations available in Tuned Micro to be loaded and played on demand. With two independently controllable layers, you can load and play any two articulations simultaneously (such as the Bamblong and Water Harp), with customizable volume, attack, start offset, release gating and pitch-shifting for each layer. Each of the controls can be automated and changed.


Secondly, Soundiron have built their Uberpeggiator into the front panel, so that you can design arpeggiations, whether freehand or using the velocity table and a number of specialized controls.


Third, Soundiron have integrated a sweepable 3-band equalizer with gain, frequency and bandwidth controls for each band.


Lastly, the company have added their convolution loading system, which allows you to select and modify 6 of the real-world spaces and 6 of their special FX reverb impulses. Each of these features can be bypassed to save voices and processing power as needed.

 

Pricing & Availability:

Tuned Micro is available now exclusively from Time+Space for £14.95 / €18.95. Customers will also receive a promo code to claim back the cost of Tuned Micro when they buy the full String and Tuned Percussion Collection.

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