Norway-based Wrongtools has recently opened its doors with the release of a collection of instrument libraries for Kontakt.

We’re award winning composers that live and breathe music. We play in bands. We produce bands. We write albums. We produce film scores. We conduct orchestras. We have worked extensively in all facets of media including advertising, television, radio, album production, and film and installations, and have over 20 years experience in working with samples.

The current product catalog includes:

  • Clavinet Harp: Made by plucking directly on the strings of clavinets.
  • Down By Law: 136 finely-cut loops played on acoustic bass guitar with brushes, sticks and mallets.
  • Glass Percussion: Distinctive percussive strikes from various empty glasses in different size and shapes, and beautiful glass-river textures made by bowing, trembling and tapping on several glasses simultaneously.
  • Fingerimba: The most beautiful and deeply sampled sansula and a tickling home assembled kalimba with tines mounted on a piano resonating plate and other cinematic dispatches.

The sample libraries are available for the full version of Kontakt 6.4.2 or higher, priced 29 EUR each.

More information: Wrongtools