In this video review, we take a look at UVI's latest instrument for Falcon and UVI Workstation Nagoya Harp. For those that don’t know the Nagoya Harp, is a Japanese harp instrument from the early 20th century that combined typewriter mechanics. This instrument has an instantly recognisable sound and UVI has done a great job of preserving this traditional Japanese instrument whilst also incorporating some modern day tech making this a unique software instrument.
It’s clear UVI have worked their usual sampling magic with Nagoya Harp as this instrument featuring over 20,000 samples, captured with three microphones that we can blend between. Four sample bank articulations are also included for bow, pick, stick and strum (includes strumming engine)
Watch the video to hear a short demo session featuring Nagoya Harp's different articulations and to hear some examples of the effects section.
Visit the UVI website for more information about Nagoya Harp.