ModernBeats Ethnic Music Chopz 1
The sample library includes "hundreds of live performance samples of 10 rare ethnic instruments including hooks, riffs, and licks specially designed for modern urban and pop music production."
The Ethnic Chopz Sample Library was recorded at 4 tempos (87 BPM, 92 BPM, 97 BPM, & 102 BPM) and in 4 key signatures (A minor, C minor, E minor, & G minor). A total of 40 software sampler presets are included that auto-load all ethnic samples into your software sampler of choice: Reason NN-XT (.SXT), EXS24 (.EXS), Kontakt (.NKI), Battery (.KIT), Halion (.FXP), Soundfont (.SF2), and WAV (.WAV).
A list of ethnic instruments included:
- Bangladesh Dotara
- Native Amer Flute
- Indian Shehnai
- Indian Dilruba
- Bulbul Tarang
- Clabbers Perc
- Tibetan Bowls
- Chinese Ruan
- Indian Sitar
- Jal Tarang
Pricing & Availability
Ethnic Music Chopz 1 is offered as a download and priced at just $39.95.
For more information & demos, visit: www.modernbeats.com/soundsets.php.
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