• The Legend of China MULTiFORMAT-AudioP2P
    October 26th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: ACiD, Audio Samples, REX2, WAV

    The Legend of China MULTiFORMAT-AudioP2P

    The Legend of China

    Team: AudioP2P | 23.06.2009 | 451,55 MB

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    The rich sounds of the Chinese culture, steeped in centuries of tradition, are all here with a level of authenticity never before attainable. Ground-breaking loops and multi-samples of Beijing opera vocals, male and female solo vocals, traditional stringed, wind and percussion insruments plus ambient sounds of China’s culture. Over 300 phrases plus multi-samples, covering a vast amount of tempos and styles, this 2 CD set is unmatched. “‘Far from your run-of-the-mill library’… ‘this is a wonderful collection* especially for westerners in search of expressive unfamiliar sounds.’ This comprehensive audio CD set has a flavor that I’d best describe as rare and mysteriously authentic. It’s a beautiful assemblage of China’s imperfectionistic world.” – Keyboard.

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    • BaWu MaTouQin and HuLuSi KONTAKT
      September 11th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT


      BaWu MaTouQin & HuLuSi KONTAKT

      P2P | 14 January 2020 | 5.81 GB

      Besides the horse-headed pegbox, Matouqin is very recognizable for its unusual playing techniques and styles. Our production approached Matouqin in pursuit of the indigenous flavour instead of the more Westernized style, and by delivering that flavour, all the composers and musicians now have a chance to explore and express in the most authentic and original Mongolian flavour easily. HuGejiletu, a member of the Hanggai band in China, is the recording Matouqin musician of this project.

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      • GuanZi and Sheng KONTAKT
        September 11th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: Audio Samples, KONTAKT


        GuanZi & Sheng KONTAKT

        P2P | 14 January 2020 | 4.07 GB

        Characterized by the triste tone, GuanZi (literally means Pipe) is a one-of-a-kind double-reed instrument from China. Originated in Central Asia, like many other existing Chinese instruments, GuanZi was embraced dearly and became an integral part of Chinese instruments ever since the great Tang Dynasty (7th -10th centuries). GuanZi was once one of the standard instruments of court music. It was also used in military and festival events, as well as monumental, burial ceremonies. It is, sometimes, considered to be too distinctive to be a team instrument though, hence resulted its slightly being overlooked today.

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