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The New World

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    The New World

    'The New World' is the ultimate collection of hard-to-find Ethnic instruments for Reason ReFill, Logic Pro EXS24, and Kontakt. You'll find thumb pianos, meditation bowls, elephant tusk horn, shark calling rattle, stamping tubes, Javanese pitched bamboo racks, lava stone clickers, clay pot drums, cut bamboo shakers, finger cymbals, Korean temple gongs, polished rosewood percussion sticks and clickers, djembe, and boat lute sounds.

    Our price $45.50 USD

    £33.29 GBP


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    ''The New World' is the ultimate collection of hard-to-find Ethnic instruments for Reason ReFill, Logic Pro EXS24, and Kontakt'. You'll find thumb pianos, meditation bowls, elephant tusk horn, shark calling rattle, stamping tubes, Javanese pitched bamboo racks, lava stone clickers, clay pot drums, cut bamboo shakers, finger cymbals, Korean temple gongs, polished rosewood percussion sticks and clickers, djembe, and boat lute sounds.

     
    This colossal product includes the following instruments.
     
    Accordion: 
     
    In, Out, and In to Out velocity switched.
     
    African Drums and Perc:
     
    Calf Hide Drum, Lizard Skin Drum, High and Low Cup Gongs, and Shekera shakers.
     
    African Djembe:
     
    Hits and loops.
     
    African Ivory Horn:
     
    Ivory (elephant tusk) Horn from Monrovia, Liberia.
     
    American Indian Drums and Perc:
     
    Tom Drum hit and loops (performance by David Beal), Cow Horn Rattles, Elm Bark Rattles, Yaqui metal Sistrum.
     
    Appalachian Dulcimer:
     
    Mountain (this is the hourglass shape) Dulcimer.
     
    Asian Island Perc:
     
    Tasha and Dhol from North India, Shark Calling coconut husk rattle from Papua New Guinea - this rattle was originally used on the water's surface for hunting sharks.
     
    Cameroon Perc:
     
    Clay frame drum, buzzy cup gongs, husk shakers. Hits and BPM loops.
     
    Chinese Cymbals:
     
    Chung Ching Pa and Hsiao Ching Pa cymbals.
     
    Chinese Sheng:
     
    Mouth blown reed instrument.
     
    Drums of India:
     
    Ghatam (clay pot drum), Khol, Madal, Mridangam, Pakhawaj, Tabla, and Banja.
     
    Flamenco Guitar:
     
    A 1904 Rodriguez (of Valencia) flamenco guitar. Picked, plucked, open strings, vibrato, small and large.
     
    India Gobichan:
     
    Single string Indian instrument - struck and plucked, stretched up and down.
     
    Greek Bouzouki:
     
    Small, Large, Tremelo, and Licks.
     
    Hawaii Perc:
     
    Ili Ili (two lava stones struck together), Ipu Gourd drum, two Kae Keeke bamboo stamping tubes (high and low), Pu Il (cut bamboo) rattles and rosewood Kalaaw Sticks.
     
    Japan Drums and Perc:
     
    Oke-Do and Okawa drums, Hyoshigi clappers (rose wood blocks), Suzu bells (Shinto prayer bells)
     
    Japan Taiko Drums:
     
    Three Taiko Drums - No, Ko, and O.
     
    Java Anklung:
     
    Resonant shaken bamboo racks - up to six feet in height. Each note represents a different tuned bamboo rack. Large (low range) to small (high).
     
    Java Ketjer Cymbals:
     
    Javanese Ketjer finger cymbals.
     
    Kalimbas and M'Bira:
     
    Two South American and one African (more buzzy) thumb pianos.
     
    Korean Drums:
     
    Chang Go, Koo Ku Mu, Pook, Samm Chu Li, and Tang Ku drums. Pan clappers and Jabara cymbals.
     
    Korean Gongs:
     
    Chinj and Kwen Gwari gongs.
     
    Middle East Daf and Darabuka:
     
    Daf (Middle East tamborine) shakes and hits, and Darabuka drum hits.
     
    Norway Hardanger Fiddle:
     
    Dragon's head fiddle licks. This old fiddle has 'sympathetic' (resonant) strings beneath the finger board for additional 'sympathetic' vibration.
     
    Rainsticks:
     
    One American Indian & one South American rainstick.
     
    Sumatran Hasapi:
     
    Horseheaded 'boat lute'. This is a very unique hard to find stringed instrument.
     
    Talking Drums:
     
    African talking drum hits and loops. Performances by David Beal.
     
    Tibet Mediation Bowl:
     
    Large 200 year old seven metal alloy meditation bowl from Tibet. Rubbed building and sustaining, struck with a striker and with the palm.
     
    Trinidad Steel Drums:
     
    Low (called 'double second') and high (known as 'tenor') steel drums from Trinidad.
     
    Udu Drums:
     
    African clay pot drum hits and performances.
     
    Wind Chimes:
     
    Struck and wind blown chimes.

    Formats Available:

    'The New World' is available for Kontakt, Logic Pro EXS24, and Reason ReFill Reason. Simply click "ADD TO CART" and select the format that fits your requirements.


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