Bolder Sounds Tibetan Singing Bowls
Bolder Sounds has released their Tibetan Singing Bowls sample collection for Apple Logic Pro ESX 24 & NI Kontakt 2.
They tell us that 6 Tibetan Singing Bowls were sampled for this collection ranging from 5.75 to 9.5 inches in diameter. The bowls were struck by a number of items for a wide selection of tone colours. Also included are a few bonus Tingsha Bell samples.
Here’s how Bolder Sound describe the sounds…
The Singing Bowls were "played" hit and also sustained. The sustained samples are what people refer to as "singing" bowls. This sound is created by running the puja stick along the rim of the bowl, similar to the way you can run a wet finger along the edge of a crystal glass and make it "sing". Some of the sustained samples are intentionally metallic or abrasive in nature. Most of the hit samples are quite long averaging around 18 seconds in length, with some are as long as 30 seconds. Most samples use a short loop at the tail end of the sample in case a user would like to extend the length even further. The hit samples are organized into Bright and Soft categories.
There are 760 MB of 24 bit stereo samples Articulations - Hits, Sustains and Sustain Releases NI Kontakt 2 and Apple EXS24 formats.
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