Fairy Tale Harp - Kontakt Instrument - Sampleism
Hephaestus Sounds

Fairy Tale Harp

Just an orchestral harp

Product Overview

Expressive orchestral harp library with a great and emotional sound impact, with a 'fairy' sound that provides enchanting realism for your soundtrack.


  • 48KHz 24-bit Stereo sample resolution
  • 3 dynamic layers, enhanched with cutoff
  • 4 round-robin cycles
  • string-off and harp player background noises
  • 10 sound modes, also switchable by modulation controller
  • 3-band equalizer and 4 reverb types (IR)
  • Harpeggiator and Glissando special functions
  • low hardware requirements (600 samples in 500MB)
  • works with Kontakt 5.2.1 or newer (Full: no limits; Free: 15 mins limit).

Customer Reviews

5 Stars(3)
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A Fairy Tail Gem

This library is a real gem among harp libraries for Kontakt.First of all, because of its nice and pretty realistic sound. Secondly, it offers ten playing modes (inlcluded trills, slides and harmonics), a dedicated arpeggiator menu specially adapted for harp (and named 'harpeggiator), and a glissando menu with glissando and bisbigliando techniques. All of these modes/articulations are very playable and convincing.And the best of all, this little big harp library is only a tiny fraction of the price you'd pay for a similar decent harp library made by other more famous devs.

Pedro Kerstitzsch

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Well worth it

I really like this instrument. They put a lot of effort into giving us some versatility and depth. Loved that I could choose different instrument modes, plus tons of felxibility with effects like reverb and stereo. Really nice.

Paul Jenkins

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Sounds Like A Your Playing an Authentic Harp

Dear Potential Buyer,This Fairy Tale Harp by Hephaestus Sounds is exemplary in its tone and characteristic for your need to have a harp that sounds authentic.Sincerely,Kevin

Kevin Bodnar

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