Bronze Bin from Soundiron


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In this quick Review of the Bronze Bin from Soundiron we take a quick look this metallic percussive sample library and play through a few of the sounds that make up the kontakt instruments created from sampling a variety of tuned and untuned percussion elements of the Bronze Bin using fingers, mallets, and sticks,



Bronze Bin from Soundiron

The Bronze Bin is a collection of unique tuned and untuned metallic percussion samples crafted into a selection of 33 Kontakt Instrument presets. The library was created using a little bronze trash can. Soundiron meticulously sampled every edge, curve, face and angle of this bin to capture it’s unique sounds, harmonics, overtones and undertones.

Soundiron captured records of the Bin using fingers, mallets, and stick with a wide stereo pair of studio mics. To take things a step further Soundiron used the samples to design a collection of ambiences, drones, pads and effects.

The Bronze Bin was recorded at 24 bit / 44.1 kHz (uncompressed PCM wav) and requires the full retail version of Native Instruments Kontakt 3.5 or higher.


The BRonze Bin interface ‘Fine Adjustments” Page

Additional Control Pages

Each of the Bronze Bin instruments also have Soundiron‘s Uberarpeggiator page with loads of options for crafting rhythmic sequences and arpeggios.



Uberpeggiator Page

The Bronze Bin also contains a full suite of Effects on a Tone/FX Page.

I really dig the timbre of this library and love how Soundiron has taken these samples to another level with the Uberarpeggiator and the additional ambiences. Top notch recording technique and the rich tone make this Bin a great library to add a unique sound with both it’s percussive and melodic capabilities.


Bronze Bin is available from Soundiron for $29.00



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