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Edge Sounds Native Russian Vol.1
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Edge Sounds Native Russian Vol.1

World & Ethnic Sample from Edge Sounds .

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  • Manufacturer: Edge Sounds
  • Model: Native Russian Vol.1
  • Category: World & Ethnic Samples
  • Added in our database on: 10/05/2006
Native Russian Vol. 1 represents a collection of
musical instruments typical for Russian folklore music.

The collection contains sound samples of
typical and rare folklore instruments played in middle-eastern region of Russia
(Siberia, Altai). The collection covers a wide range of instruments: from free
reed family to plucked string and wind instruments, percussion and sound
effects, and is designed to be sufficient alone to allow you to create a musical
atmosphere of Russian countryside, or to add a spice to a contemporary fusion
piece.

Demo songs and sound banks are
available in the Downloads
section
.

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Other names: native russian vol 1, nativerussianvol1, nativerussianvol 1, native russian vol1

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