Music Studio weyrerTon from Innsbruck, Austria, has launched a Kontakt instrument library featuring a rare harp with an alternative and unique sound.
The Tyrolean Harp offers a colorful range of emotions, from beautiful and soft to harsh and brutal.
The library was created in collaboration with the skilled harpist Christine Gundolf.
The keys are played on a harp made by Peter Petutschnig, which is a modern classic under the Tyrolean Folk Harps.
We recorded the harp in the weyrerTon Studio One’s dead room – a 13 square meter recording room with professional acoustic treatment. To capture every detail of this instrument, six microphones in three different positions were used for the recording.
Tyrolean Harp features
- 3 different styles: Pluck, Nail, Harmonic.
- Mix 3 microphone positions: Close, Width, Room.
- 3,384 samples, 15.2 GB uncompressed .Waw.
- 9.2 GB lossless compressed NCW.
- Recorded In 96kHz, available in 96kHz & 48 kHz.
- Compatible with Kontakt Player (free version).
- Full NKS integration.
The harp library is available for 120 EUR at the weyrerTon website.