One area that is being increasingly well served at the moment is 'Viking' sounds; but I think there is room in the market for more. Orakle works well in this context, but wouldn't be specific enough for some people. I for one would like a dedicated solo Tagelharpa that isn't bound to a large library of other sounds and instruments; I expect that could sell well, but it's not really the sort of thing you are doing. (Eventually, I'll just buy or build a real Tagelharpa anyway.)
On a slightly different tack, I really want more African sounds for my own projects. You have a lot of sounds that work well in a context of Aztec and Incan inspired fold music, and I certainly wouldn't say no to more of that either.
And a last thought, there is such an improvisational element to MNTRA instruments: how about some jazz instruments? Jazz violin, guitar, horns and reeds, etc., along with shakers and drum set would blend beautifully into a gently undulating or wildly throbbing, evolving atmosphere. Especially if it can manage quick time changes.
Papo and yo's Hang Drums !
Vintage synth based soundsets
Tonal percs based twisted explorations
@Paul Darbot well received! Great minds think alike because we had already started on an instrument with pretty much these kinds of sounds!
@Brian D'Oliveira Wow 😍 Can't wait !
A talking drum library would be awesome, and I always love found sound libraries that allow you to mangle nature sounds or everyday sounds
I agree on both counts, but especially the nature sounds.
Here’s a quick demo of one of the sounds for our new instrument ATMA. Keep letting us know what kinds of sounds you would like to hear in future instrument!