Orchestral Tools releases Berlin Harpsichords on SINE and announces Baroque Bundle with Miroire Collection


Orchestral Tools announces that the Berlin Harpsichords collection is now available on SINE for an introductory offer of €79 (regular price €99.) To celebrate the release, Orchestral Tools has twinned Berlin Harpsichords with their period instruments collection Miroire to create the Baroque Bundle—the ultimate toolkit for baroque and renaissance styles, and any contemporary interpretations of the era. The Baroque Bundle is available for an intro offer price of €299 (regular price €429) from now until September 5, 2023.  More details from Orchestral Tools below.


An essential sonic signature of renaissance and baroque music, the sound of the Harpsichord immediately evokes the era in a way that few other instruments do. Berlin Harpsichords taps into this with the rich sounds of two traditional harpsichords—French and Italian—recorded in multiple different registers apiece with a variety of playing styles to offer the widest possible flexibility in sound for both vintage-minded and modern musical contexts.

Miroire and Berlin Harpsichords are together at last in the Baroque bundle—the ultimate baroque and renaissance toolkit. Bring a historic touch to your music with period instruments and vocals inspired by bygone eras, and tie pieces together with the evocative sounds of two deep-sampled harpsichords.

Orchestral Tools‘ Miroire is a contemporary interpretation of 18th century musical traditions. These include baroque strings, played on a mix of modern and antique instruments, and using gut strings and period bows for a warm, period-correct tonality. It also includes five solo woodwind instruments—including Baroque flute and oboe, oboe d’amore, and oboe de caccia, four valveless trumpet and horn instruments, and a basso continuo section—with double bass, two celli, and bassoon. Miroire’s baroque choirs offer the perfect vocal complement to the period instruments with distinct male and female sections.


Please visit Orchestral Tools for more information.