- Sample Libraries -
- At least 1 GB of RAM suggested
- 118 MB of Hard Drive space (Windows)
- 138 MB of Hard Drive space (AU/Mac)
- A Hard Drive of at least 7200 RPM or SSD (VSTi streams from disk)
Price: $5 USD
(Pick Audio Unit OR 32-bit or 64-bit VSTi)
Hand Chimes are a strange quirk of musical evolution. Created as a cheaper and more durable alternative to hand bells, these giant mutant ninja tuning forks have a mellow sound that is best described as a cross between a xylophone, a music box, and a celesta. These sound excellent in all sorts of textures, but as we found out, they're really great with arpeggios (listen to the demos down to the right). You can also get great effects by pushing the attack back. Use them as an alternative to celesta when you get tired of that sound, or almost like mallet percussion.
- 2x RR, one velocity layer (in truth, the instrument is not really capable of multiple timbres across dynamics)
- Three octaves of chromatic sampling.
- Straightforward new UI design.
- Complete product manual.