Soundiron has announced the release of Traveler Organ, an exquisitely-detailed antique reed organ instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt.

Traveler Organ is a multi-sampled instrument library featuring an early 20th century Clough & Warren flat-top reed organ. A variety of stops and articulations were meticulously recorded dry in studio, with high quality noiseless preamps and a trio of microphones, capturing all the subtle nuances of this wonderful instrument. We captured a variety of stop configurations and articulations including sustains, marcatos and staccatos, along with bellows creaks, key clicks and plenty of custom sound-designed organs, pads and ambiences. With remarkable tone, well-aged character and powerful dynamic range, it’s ideal for everything from the sinister to the playful.

This 61-key, 13-stop organ has a sound that can fit any genre of music ranging from the playful street performances of the streets of France to powerful classical church music. From soft and airy to powerful and deep, Traveler Organ was recorded dry, perfect for the application of reverb to make it fit in anywhere – and we provide a huge selection of unique spaces to choose from through the FX rack!

The library is for the full retail version of Kontakt 5.5 and later (OSX 10.8 or later / Windows 7 or later). The free Kontakt Player does not support this format. It comes equipped with dynamic sound shaping and mixing controls: swell, attack, release, offset, vibrato and octave, bank loading, adaptive arpeggiation, FX Rack and built-in reverbs with 70 different room, hall, ambient and special FX impulses. And all samples are standard pcm stereo wave files ready for direct import into most audio and video software, with or without Kontakt.

Traveler Organ features

  • 3.78 GB Installed.
  • 1,686 Samples.
  • 26 Kontakt 5.5 .nki preset banks.
  • 24 bit / 48kHz uncompressed stereo PCM wav audio.

Traveler Organ is available for purchase for the introductory price of $35 USD until October 5th, 2015 (regular $49 USD).

More information: Soundiron / Traveler Organ