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Mntra Orakle Review 2024

Orakle combines mysterious instruments and methods from medieval, Nordic, and Pan-Asian musical civilizations, drawing inspiration from barren landscapes and antiquated aesthetics. The multidimensional Sound Sculpture audio engine MNDALA enhances the carefully selected collection of strings, percussion, voices, and other sounds used by MNTRA to create a large, distinctive dramatic soundtrack.

Orakle, performed by award-winning multi-instrumentalist composer Brian D’Oliveira, incorporates unconventional extended techniques as well as performance styles with Medieval & Eastern influences. D’Oliveira also draws from decades of experience gained during MNTRA’s award-winning film and video game productions. Each note is a distinct performance that Orakle has brought to life and is waiting for you to shape.

Orakle produces a distinctly gloomy mood using a variety of instruments, from strong Tibetan Horns and a Giant Concert Bass Drum to the grating cries of the Turkish Kabak Kemane and Treble Viola Da Gambas. MNTRA’s sampling strategy was developed out of a desire to offer something unusually fascinating. You can use these unique instruments to explore limitless sonic pathways of dynamic sound design because they have been enhanced and modified within the MNDALA Engine.

Orakle uses unorthodox extended techniques as well as performance techniques with Medieval and Eastern influences. Each note is a distinct performance that Orakle has brought to life and is waiting for you to shape. Get a free upgrade when the instrument is made available in MNDALA 2 while it is still usable in MNDALA 1.