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SoundIron Tibalat

Traditional Percussion with a Modern Edge
 
The Tbilat is a traditional Moroccan hand percussion instrument comprised of a pair of large and small clay pot drums bound together, with goat skin drum heads and sinew wrappings. It’s also often referred to as a “Tamtam” or simply “clay pot drums”. Tbilats generally have a tight, crisp sound similar to bongos, but with a raspier and deeper tonality.
 
Click Here To Listen To DemosThe Kingdom of Morocco is located in Northern Africa, just across the strait of Gibraltar from Spain. Known for its coastlines, mountain and vast deserts, it's been continuously inhabited for well over 100,000 years, with deep cultural, artistic and musical roots that span the entirety of known human history. The intricate designs of the pots and wrappings and tonal versatility of these instruments is an excellent example of this long and rich creative heritage.
 

Explore the sounds of Tbilat in this walkthrough!
 The GUI comes packed with great sound-shaping featureslike swell, attack, release, offset, vibrato, filter, pitch (coarse & fine), articulation switching, cross-fading and layering and more.

There's also an Advanced window with LFO and Filter systems, with custom parameter routing, modulator targeting, step-sequencing and plenty of other control options to customize the sound to your needs. The ARP features a velocity sequencer and controls for direction, note-timing, swing, randomization and duration. The key and scale lock system allows for easy melodic composition and live performance when using the chromatic and atmospheric presets.

It's all rounded out by our modular FX rack window, with 18 different DSP effect modules that you can assign in any of 10 available slots, in any order that you wish. You’ll find a wide selection of effects, amp and cabinet simulators and convolution reverb with a huge range of our own custom impulse response presets in a variety of real-world and stylized sound designed environments.  
 
 
This 1.14 GB library includes 3,173 samples and 22 nki presets with a custom user interface for the full version of Kontakt 5.5.2 and later (OSX 10.9 or later / Windows 7 or later required). All of the samples are unlocked 24bit/44.1kHz wavs that you can use in any standard wav-compatible program or plugin you like.
  • 1.14 GB Installed
  • 3,173 Samples
  • 22 Kontakt 5.5.2 .nki preset banks
  • 24 bit / 44.1 kHz uncompressed PCM wav audio
  • Custom Sound-Designed FX and Ambient presets
  • Multi-FX Rack and reverb with 119 room, hall and FX impulses
 
Note: The full version of Kontakt 5.5.2 or later is required for all nki presets. Kontakt Player and older Kontakt versions are not supported. Mac users: OSX 10.9 or later required. PC users: Windows 7 or later required.

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Re: SoundIron Tibalat 2018/07/09 14:55:42 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby cclarry 2018/07/09 15:22:13
Who'd have thought that one could find 3 thousand samples in a pair of bongos? And wind up with 22 nki's? Can't wait for SoundIron to take on the deep world of musical spoons.


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Re: SoundIron Tibalat 2018/07/09 15:25:56 (permalink)
It will come on it's own SSD.

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Re: SoundIron Tibalat 2018/07/10 14:42:11 (permalink)
BTW, my comment was not meant to be a knock against SoundIron. Those guys are really good at what they do, and I have no doubt that this is a quality library. I'm just amused at the lengths we'll go to capture physical instruments in digital form.


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Re: SoundIron Tibalat 2018/07/10 15:27:32 (permalink)
I have quite a few soundiron libraries, too! Highly recommended and they specialize in the quirky stuff and make it very useable.
 
I hope the bowls of the spoons have adjustable velocity curves.

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Re: SoundIron Tibalat 2018/07/10 18:22:45 (permalink)
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BTW, my comment was not meant to be a knock against SoundIron. Those guys are really good at what they do, and I have no doubt that this is a quality library. I'm just amused at the lengths we'll go to capture physical instruments in digital form.




 I guess some are still impressed with the amount of gigabytes to assume it's a quality library.

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Re: SoundIron Tibalat 2018/07/11 13:29:53 (permalink)
One should never judge a sample library by its size alone. I have some tiny ones that are wonderful, and some monsters that never get used. In this case my assumption of quality isn't based on the number of samples, but rather who made them.
 
I actually think some vendors intentionally pad their libraries to inflate their overall size. It's easy enough to do; just don't trim the tails and include gratuitous numbers of round-robins for each sample. For example, one harpsichord library features four round-robins, which is nuts.
 
 


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