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Kong Audio has announced the release of two new products in its Chinee Series of VST instruments: ChineeSanXian and ChineeGuZheng II.

 

They cost $60 each and are powered by Kong Audio’s Windows native 32-bit QIN Engine. A time-limited $20 USD deal for ChineeGuZheng II is currently available as a special introductory offer.

 

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ChineeGuZheng II
Guzheng first appeared around the Warring States period (475 – 221 BC), then became popular during the Tang Dynasty (618 – 907 AD) and spread to all neighboring areas ever since. Guzheng was originally a rather simple instrument with only five strings. After years of evolution, today’s Guzheng has twenty-one strings and is still used in various kinds of Chinese music.

ChineeGuzheng II has a sampleset which contains various types of tremolo, slide, glissando, and strumming.

ChineeGuzheng II is recorded with a GuZheng musician, YingPing Lin.

 

Specs:

  • 580 MB sample sets.
  • Powered by the Windows native QIN engine.
  • All samples are recorded in 24 bit 96 kHz.

 

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ChineeSanXian: The Banjo from the East

SanXian (literally means “3 strings”) can be traced back to Qin dynasty, 3rd century B.C. It is mostly known to the West thorough its Japanese decedent, samisen. SanXian’s sound character is a bit similar to Banjo.

ChineeSanXian captures and recreates SanXian and is powered by the Windows native QIN engine.

 

System requirements and Specs:

  • 229 MB crafted and arranged sample soundsets.
  • Powered by the Windows native QIN engine.
  • All samples are recorded in 1-bit/2.8 MHz.

 

Pricing:

$60 each

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