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We do have timbales, and several other instruments that may not be so obvious. Please see this article for a complete explanation of our percussion setup. http://notes.noteflight.com/playing-techniques-and-how-to-notate-them/Saharo commented
Chimes (both tubular bells and wind chimes) would be fantastic additions.
Thank you! We are looking at ways to overhaul our playback. For now, Premium and Learn users do have the one-line percussions option, and you can also get many of those sounds using other instruments. We have a complete guide to all percussion sounds here: https://notes.noteflight.com/playing-techniques-part-2-percussion/Saharo commented
This instrument adds so much to pieces, and it is by far my favorite percussion instrument! The sound it creates can add a whole new layer of style and atmosphere to pieces, especially period pieces. @Pianoplayer's score "Pirates!" would not be the same without this instrument (He could only utilize the sound because he was using Sibelius for the synchronized audio) and it really deserves to be recognized on Noteflight.