Featuring professionally sampled handpan and percussion instruments including Hang and Halo handpans from our sound partners, Soniccouture.You can change your instrument, change your key, and even change your scale.Buy your Lumen Handpan today and Drum Your Own Way.
The Lumen Handpan ships with 5 professionally recorded, sampled, and programmed instruments from our sound partners, Soniccouture. These include the Hang 1st & Hang 2nd Generation, Halo Kiavara, Tingklik, and Halo Sub-Voyage (downloadable).
To expand your Lumen Audio Library, simply browse, purchase, and download more instruments here, including the Marimba, Mbria, and Gamelan.
All Lumen Handpans ship with a backpack included to make sure your Instrument can be stored and transported safely. You can order a replacement backpack here.
Lumen has an audio out, MIDI out and USB MIDI In/Out.
The audio jack is a stereo 1/4″ (6.3mm) jack – note that it does not support a mono jack connection.
There is a large 10800mAh battery that provides amplified playing time of up to 8 hours before needing a recharge.
Yes, the pad sensors are divided into 5 zones. Overtones can be accessed on the outer edges, with the fundamental note sounding in the center.
Yes, by dampening one of the overtone zones, the zones on either side of it will sound the harmonics for the current note.
Yes, scales are fully customisable in the range of an octave above and below the originally sampled instrument.
Not on the underside of the instrument like an acoustic handpan, but on some instruments we do sample the Gu and make it available as part of the scale.
Yes, see the section on “Lumen Editor”
Yes, we will continue to sample new acoustic instruments and provide them for purchase on our store.
The Lumen Sample Pack Editor can convert a Soundfont file into the Lumen instrument format, with round robin samples, overtones and harmonics.
A Soundfont (.sf2) file created with any Sound Font editor. We recommend Polyphone.
Our editor is Windows based, to cover the majority of the market. We may look at a fully cross-platform editor in the future.