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Master Bansuri

Recorded with master performer Vikram, elevate your musical creations with the timeless allure of the Bansuri flute from India. Library offers playable solo articulations, phrase plays, wealth of rare performances & patterns. Experience the magic of this enchanting flute at

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World Mallets

World Mallets combines rare, natural mallet instruments from all around the world with designed presets to create beautiful mallet melodies. You can create natural performances with sample start randomisation and the engine can reveal its presets easily with autoplay function.

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Tribal Rhythms

Tribal Rhythms library comes with recorded drums from Asia, Middle East & Africa in cinematic & natural styles. Play solo instruments, massive pattern collection or use phrase play to personalise your grooves. “Cinematic and bass drum patterns in this library

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Master Tanbur

Authentic World String Epic Middle Eastern string, dating back 3500 years, is now available with its sheer beauty. Recorded with a master performer, Tanbur library offers playable solo articulations, phrase plays, wealth of rare performances & patterns. Tanbur Instrument “The

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Master Koto

Recorded with master Gaho Takahashi, one of the legendary instruments of Japanese music, Koto, is now available with its sheer beauty. Library offers playable solo articulations, phrase plays, wealth of rare performances & patterns. 49€ Today’s Lightning Deal – 20%

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Origins

Library of interactive world compositions. Origins by Anello Capuano allows you to build extended, original pieces starting from organised long patterns as building blocks, live switchable sections and themes. Every theme will invite you to a different journey, a breath

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Sephardic Vocals

Sephardic Vocals library brings a medieval vocal culture to your fingertips. Genuinely performed by Anke de Bruijn , this library brings long songs, tuned playable phrases and solos together with patterns and song parts. Sephardic Music spans over 500 years

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