Klevgränd has announced an update to the Ting percussion instrument with sounds from things laying around at home.

If you’re not familiar with Ting, it is a percussion instrument with 28 different sounds, taken from everyday things laying around at home – such as silverware, a sofa, toy drum or a pair of car keys. Each sound is carefully multi-sampled and processed with the common goal to be musically playable. Ting is intended to be a creative tool and a substitute for ordinary drum and percussion instruments.

While it may seem quite ordinary at first glance, Ting has quickly become a favorite for many music producers – either as a primary percussion set, or as a tool to blend in with existing drums.

Changes in Ting v1.1

  • Added sounds.
  • UI improvements.
  • User presets.
  • Factory presets.
  • Bug fixes.

Ting for dekstop (VST, AU and AAX) is priced $19.99 USD until June 21st, after which the price will go up. Previous owners of Ting can update for free. The iOS version will be updated soon as well.

More information: Klevgränd