The sound of the Marxophone is reminiscent of the various types of hammered dulcimer in music traditions world-wide. It has four sets of chord strings to be strummed with the left hand and two octaves of double melody strings, which are struck by metal hammers activated by the right hand.
The Marxophone was produced by the Marxochime Colony of New Troy, Michigan, billed as easy to play, and sold on time-purchase plans by door-to-door salesmen. Now available for Kontakt.
Advanced yet easy to use interface rendered in 3D with all the controls you may need to create and mix beautiful sounds for your tracks, including filters, dynamic range and velocity curve controls.
It comes with 'Rack Effects', an advanced script that lets you add up to 12 different DSP effects, designed to improve the sound of the library and to exponentially increase the sound design capabilities.
Marxophone requires the full version of Kontakt 4 or 5.
Kontakt Player (free) will run in demo mode for 15 minutes.