We Finally Got Soundiron’s Hyperion Strings Micro Walkthrough!



After weeks of teasing the new library, Soundiron has released the Hyperion Strings Micro, the developers introductory orchestral string library for Native Instruments’ free Kontakt Player

Hyperion Strings Micro has a forward and robust sound, recorded close in a dry sound-stage.

Hyperion Strings Micro is marketed as the “starter pack for songwriters and musicians just getting into orchestral writing, as well as seasoned composers wanting new colors in their orchestral palette.” And they are not kidding there! If you pick up the library while it is available at the $39 intro pricing, you also qualify to apply your full purchase amount toward your upgrade to Hyperion Strings Elements or the full Hyperion Symphonic Strings when they’re released.

Oh and did I mention you could get into the Full version of Kontakt via the Cross-Grade Discount from Native Instruments!


“Hyperion Strings Micro has a forward and robust sound, recorded close in a dry sound-stage, so it can be spatialized into any mix or environment. It’s perfect for any musical style from rock, pop and edm, to fully orchestral compositions. It’s detailed, configurable and feature-rich to allow total customization, but every detail has been carefully designed to make this virtual instrument naturally usable without any learning curve.”

It includes section presets for 8 Violins, 6 Violas, 5 Cellos, 4 Basses and the combined full Ensemble. Articulations for each section include multi-dynamic sustains, staccatos, spiccatos and pizzicatos, dynamic crescendos and decrescendos.

Hyperion Strings Micro downloads as 2.5 GB Installed and comes as 24-bit, 48 kHz Stereo Lossless NCW Format.

See all detail at the official Hyperion Strings Micro page at Soundiron.