Composer and sound designer Tapsa Kuusniemi creates sound libraries that are on the experimental side of things.

The latest Man Makes Noise release is no exception. The Jumalauta delivers the sounds of an instrument that is virtually unplayable in real life. The fretless single string instrument was created with a piece of scrap board, a rock, a twig and a spare guitar string!​

Made into a Kontakt instrument library, The Jumalauta features plucked, hammered and picked articulations, designed pads, percussions and bonus underlay patches made with sounds from a Moog Sirin and Arturia Microfreak.

All the sounds in the above trailer are from the library.

With Wildebeat, Tapsa brings a modern toolkit of natural raw and designed found sound drums and percussion.

It was created from an assortment of wood, metal and stone based sounds, recorded in forests and abandoned buildings.

Ever walked into the forest with a sledge hammer on your shoulder? Bashed rocks to bits and pieces? Or been banging on that one rusty gate for way too long that onlookers are this close to calling for professional help? Well, Wildebeat is the result of all that and more. It’s a modern percussive foray that has it’s heartbeat beaten in wood, metal and stone.

Sounds interesting? Well you can win both Kontakt instruments right here at Rekkerd!

All you need to do for a chance to win is leave a comment below before Sunday February 21st, and we will pick three lucky winners to receive the bundle with a combined value of 69 EUR. Good luck!

More information: Man Makes Noise