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Organic Loops Classical Indian Sitar [KONTAKT]

Organic Loops Classical Indian Sitar
0TH3Rside | 04 August 2020 | 274 MB
Organic Loops are proud to unveil Classical Indian Sitar – a deep and eloquent collection of cultural expressions, expertly played by a leading Indian session sitar player and recorded and processed in Chennai by our favourite Indian musical guru K.V Bala Krishnan, it simply doesn’t get any more authentic than that! 100% royalty free, this selection is essential if you have a passion for crafting melodic tunes with a world feel.

Weighing in at over 430MB, Classical Indian Sitar is your passport to an abundance of genuine Sitar melodic lines and phrases, with loops spanning over a range of keys, tempos and playing styles to guarantee you’ve got the sounds you need.

What’s more, an array of glissandos have been included to help add interest to your transitions and breakdowns plus an exclusive multi-sampled sitar instrument is also incorporated so you can jam out your own ideas on this prestigious instrument from the comfort of your chosen MIDI instrument.

Producer tips: these sounds are super clean, so you’re free to process in some really wild ways. A super wide chorus sounds fantastic on loops where the sympathetic strings are audible, and some good old fashioned stereo or tape delay delivers sound amazing on these samples.

Whether you are working in Music, Film, TV or broadcast – Classical Indian Sitar will bring a beautiful cultural and world feel to your compositions and scores within a moment’s notice.

Features

  • 24Bit 44.1KHZ
  • Sitar Loops at 170 bpm
  • Sitar Loops at 140 bpm
  • Sitar Loops at 90 bpm
  • Sitar Loops at 120 bpm
  • Sitar Multi
  • 430 meg uncompressed
  • Requires Full KONTAKT v5.6.5 or higher


Many thanks to 0TH3Rside for providing this release!


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