Precisionsound Persian Daf
Precisionsound releases the Persian Daf for NI Kontakt and Logic EXS24.
The Persian Daf is a large handmade frame drum with a goatskin membrane and metal ringlets. Used traditionally for complex rhythms in chanting rituals, the Daf is capable of both sonorous hits and rattle-like textures.
Precisionsound recorded all kinds of sounds from the instrument, including dums, teks, snaps, stopped hits, chains, rolls and scratches.
- 123 unique hits, rolls, scratches and shakes
- 4 round robins and 4 velocity layers for all skin hits
- 618 stereo 24-bit WAV samples
- 1 program for NI Kontakt 3+ with scripted performance controls and GUI
- 1 program for NI Kontakt 2
- 1 program for Logic EXS24
Price is $29 via download, also available on DVD for an additional $9.95. All formats are included.
Full version of Kontakt is required, this library does NOT work with the free Kontakt Player.
More information, manual and demo songs available on the Persian Daf product page:
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