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Gagarin

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here is a nice VST with the sound of Darbuka. 

 

presentation:

darbuka-nut is a free percussion sound module developed by Volko Audio,

 

audio demo:

click here to see it on soundcloud

 

 

link: http://bedroomproduc...ee-darbuka-vst/

price: free


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Raul Jordan

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Soniccouture have many interesting Ethnic instruments for Kontakt.

I have nerver used it but sounds very good!

 

http://www.soniccout.../g29-pan-drums/

http://www.soniccout...22-array-mbira/


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thanks for reminding me about DARBUKA NUT!

 

it's been sitting on my hard drive not installed - 

 

gotta check this one out very soon!!

 

:)
CHEERS!


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andorra

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DSK has some nice ethnic instruments available for free.

 

http://www.dskmusic....al-instruments/



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Wow, that free Darbuka plug sounds great. 

 

I really can't win.  Expensive analog synths = bad for my wallet.  Free sample-based VSTs = bad for my hard drive space problems.  What do I do?

 


If it sounds good, it is good.  


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Yea, darbuka is sweet.







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