HandHeldsound is a premier developer of sample libraries and Virtual Instruments. Founded by Eitan Teomi in 2006, HandHeldSound became the hub for Eitan’s long professional involvement with sound design and music production.
We think that by combining deep sampling techniques with creative programming, our instruments emanate true expression and fluidity that inspires modern Composers and brings their imagination to life. The kind of products that fuse premium innovative quality with simplicity of design and ease of use.
Scoring Mallets marks a new era at HandHeldSound with dedicated premium Scoring Libraries. Scoring Mallets includes premium Marimba, Xylophone, and Vibraphone, recorded in a beautiful Scoring room and offers an abundance of features for seamless idiomatic writing for modern scoring. Featuring 38,000+ samples, 5 microphone perspectives, and powerful features such as the Acoustic Positioner™, this library boasts unparalleled quality.
FLyingHand Percussion v1.5
PRODUCTIONAs part of our meticulous recording sessions, our instruments are deeply sampled – featuring extended articulations techniques. We use custom instruments. Custom Equipment. Custom everything!
SAMPLING TECHWe pay special attention to accurately capture instrument dynamics. You get realistic playback & extensive Legato and tone control at any dynamic and intensity level. Using innovative noise reduction techniques leave our instruments absolutely noiseless!
PLAYABILITY (aka ease of use)Our products incorporate large sample data. We integrate it all by using custom scripts. The result is seamless, Real time performance action. The logical and simple MIDI mapping ensure you have a fluid experience that feels like playing a live instrument.
FLEXIBILITYHandHeldSound’s vision is to produce instruments that are suitable for almost any musical genre. By paying close attention to dynamic range, frequency response, and playing technique, our instruments cut through the mix and play well with others!
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