Disclosure: Some of the links on this page are affiliate links. Clicking these and making a purchase will directly support Rekkerd. Thanks!

Klevgränd releases Ting percussion instrument with sounds from everyday things


While an increasing number of people across the world are spending more time at home, Klevgränd has announced the release of a percussion instrument with sounds originating from things laying around at home.

Ting features 12 different percussive sounds originating from everyday objects such as silverware, a sofa, toy drum or a pair of car keys.

Klevgrand Ting

Ting is intended to be a creative tool and a substitute for ordinary drum and percussion instruments.

Altogether ~500 individual samples are used to make this instrument. Each sound is carefully multi-sampled and processed with the common goal to be musically playable.

In addition to the sounds, there is an EQ, a room simulator, a reverb and a compressor.

“Since we’re all stuck in our homes, we decided to make use of what’s there.” – Johan Sundhage , Lead Developer, Klevgrand.

Ting is on sale for the intro price of $14.99 USD until April 30th, 2020 in AU/VST/AAX plugin formats for Windows and macOS (regular $19.99 USD). The iOS version (iPad/AUv3 only) is $4.99 USD during the sale (40% off regular).

More information: Klevgränd

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments