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  • Kora WAV KONTAKT
    28 May 2020
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    Kora WAV KONTAKT

    Kora WAV KONTAKT

    HiDERA | 29 MAY 2020 | 1.03 GB

    Senegal features the kora, a strikingly beautiful lute-bridge harp instrument synonymous with the culture of West Africa. The sound of a kora resembles that of a harp. Though when played in the traditional style, its sounds bear a closer resemblance to flamenco and Delta blues guitar techniques. Both hands are used to pluck the strings in polyrhythmic patterns while the remaining fingers secure the instrument by holding the hand posts on either side of the strings. Ostinato riffs (“Kumbengo”) and improvised solo runs (“Birimintingo”) are played at the same time by skilled players. For this pack, kora player Edouard Manga (who performs as Edou Kora) met up with As Malick Diouf on guitar and Django Diabate on ngoni at LaBoutique Studio in Dakar. In crafting these sounds, they improvised loops in various folk styles. You’ll also find one-shots in various keys.

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  • Congolese Drums WAV
    28 May 2020
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    Congolese Drums WAV

    Congolese Drums

    HiDERA | 29 MAY 2020 | 687.27 MB

    Congolese Drums is the third installment of Senegal Sessions and the first instrumental pack in the series. This groovy pack focuses on creating sounds to dance to in the style of Mbalax, Afrobeat, hip hop, and dancehall. Mbalax (or Mbalakh) is the national popular dance music of Senegal and the Gambia. It has sacred origins in the Serer people, an ultra-religious, ultra-conservative njuup music tradition and their sacred ndut rite ceremonies. By the 1970s, it became a fusion with other popular music from magesy download the African diaspora, the West, and Afropop such as jazz, soul, Latin, Congolese rumba, and rock blended with sabar, the traditional drumming and dance music of the Wolof—an ethnic group of northwestern Senegal. The genre’s name derived from magesy download accompanying rhythms used in sabar called mbalax. Although Toungamani hails from magesy download Congo, he’s considered one of the best Mbalax players in Senegal. This fusion of cultures has provided the music community with a rhythmic gift to be unwrapped loop-by-loop in this pack. Filled with passion, history, cultural pride, and rhythm, find one-shots and loops that will add some serious movement to your next production.

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  • Dakar Trap WAV MiDi
    28 May 2020
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    Dakar Trap WAV MiDi

    Dakar Trap WAV MiDi

    HiDERA | 29 MAY 2020 | 252.55 MB

    This pack was born from magesy download the Senegal edition. The producer (born Ismaila Talla) used some of the raw material from magesy download those sessions recorded in Dakar last April to craft his own sounds. The resulting pack amplifies the style he originated called Dakar Trap, combining West African rhythms with those of western hip hop. In addition to plenty of brand new material, Ismaila included some of his signature beats in this pack. Ismaila makes note that many of Senegal’s traditional instruments are used in western R&B and rap music today. He sees this as a celebratory way to carry on and export the Senegalese tradition overseas. In this pack, you’ll find the sounds of these instruments including the tam-tam, ngondi, kora, and balafon, among others. These instruments reflect the sounds of nature, adding elements of groundedness and connection to the music composed of them. Ismaila looks forward to hearing what you make with these sounds.

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  • Ngoni: West Africa String WAV
    28 May 2020
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    Ngoni WAV

    Ngoni: West Africa String

    HiDERA | 29 MAY 2020 | 595.23 MB

    The stunning ngoni. This intricate instrument has appeared in several of the previous Sessions packs, so we’re delighted to highlight its unique sounds and value. The ngoni is a string instrument originating in West Africa. It has several variations intended for different uses. Some are used in celebrations and special occasions, others are reserved for ceremonial purposes. The ngoni is known to have existed since at least 1352 when Ibn Battuta, a Moroccan traveler reported seeing one in the court of Mansa Musa. It’s believed to have evolved into the banjo in North America after Mande slaves were exported there. The base of the ngoni is actually a drum, allowing the instrument to fill nearly any space with sound and for the player to be a one-person show, simultaneously crafting rhythm and melody.

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  • Indian Roots WAV-DECiBEL
    28 May 2020
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    Indian Roots WAV-DECiBEL

    Indian Roots WAV

    Team DECiBEL | 28 May 2020 | 232.6MB

    INDIAN / 175 LOOPS / 96 ONE SHOTS

    Recorded on location, this pack is the culmination of several sessions with folk musicians in the south of India. Indian Roots faithfully captures the many styles and rich tapestry of Indian music, demonstrating how ancient tradition can influence and enhance modern music and culture. In this pack, you’ll find sounds of the traditional instruments of India including flutes, bells, harps, tabla grooves, sitar loops, as well as santoor, sarod, and shehnai melodies, and more. These bright and colorful sounds are nothing short of mesmerizing. They’re sure to add a unique flair to your productions.

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  • Tabla Loops KONTAKT-SYNTHiC4TE
    26 May 2020
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    Tabla Loops KONTAKT-SYNTHiC4TE

    Tabla Loops KONTAKT

    SYNTHiC4TE | 08 November 2014 | 1.51 GB

    The instrument consists of a pair of hand drums.The right hand drum is called a tabla and the left hand drum is called a dagga or baya . Playing technique involves extensive use of the fingers and palms in various configurations to create a wide variety of different sounds and rhythms.Tabla is tuned manually by hitting hammer on the rim. Tabla is the only percussion instrument in the world which has a spectrum consisting of five harmonics with four overtones. The unique feature of the ‘syahi ‘ or the black spot in the middle of the dayan and in the side of bayan is responsible for the wide variety of syllables .In 1920 the great scientists C.V. Raman and S. Kumar called it ‘Psycho acoustics’ Common strokes such as “Ta”, “Tin”, and “Na” are strongly pitched resonant strokes ( Tuned manually by Tabla Player) whereas “Tun” is one note higher than pitched note. Tun is a resonant stroke of the right hand. The head is not muted at all but allowed to resonate freely. The head is struck in the center of the syahi with the index finger of the right hand.The Tabla-dayan is not the only drum with a pitch: the bayan also has a pitch. Tabla Player apply pressure on the left drum Membrane to Produce different -different slides and pitches whereas Right Drum produce resonant and non-resonant strokes. So basic Sounds can be produced from magesy download left drum , right drum and combo drums.

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  • Brazilian Carnival Percussion WAV
    26 May 2020
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    Brazilian Carnival Percussion WAV

    Brazilian Carnival Percussion

    HiDERA | 26 May 2020 | 893.40 MB

    Get ready to party. Brazilian Carnival Percussion features a variety of rhythms heard during the Carnival of Brazil. NYC-based Brazilian percussion experts gave us a crash course in different Brazilian samba, focusing primarily on the samba-enredo style common to Rio de Janeiro. Other colorful styles incorporated into this pack include samba-reggae, samba-Afro, and variations of Alfo-Brazilian folkloric rhythms from magesy download Angola and Congo. They performed the many instruments associated with different samba styles including the repinique, three types of surdo, cuica, tamborim, two types of timbau, pandeiro, chocalho, snare drum, agogos, apito (a whistle), and caxixi. These lively one-shots and loops channel the distinct, palpable energy of the iconic Brazilian festival into your productions for listeners to celebrate wherever they are.

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  • Japanese Percussion WAV
    26 May 2020
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    Japanese Percussion WAV

    Japanese Percussion

    HiDERA | 26 May 2020 | 695.66 MB

    Brooklyn-based composer and musician, specializing in Japanese percussion and shinobue flutes. He has spent decades artfully blending the sounds of Japanese instruments with others from magesy download around the world. He’s collaborated with such artists as National Living Treasure Bando Tamasaburo, Jason Moran, So Percussion, Adam Rudolph, Kenny Endo, Stefon Harris, Kiyohiko Semba, Alicia Hall Moran, Tamango, calligrapher Kakinuma Koji, visual artist Simone Leigh, and director Martin Scorsese. He was a featured guest on Yo-Yo Ma’s Grammy Award-winning album Sing Me Home.

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