FD2N Russian Edition v1.1.1 WiN
Team R2R | Feb 28 2020 | 8 MB
PLATFORM: WiN64 – VST/VST3/AAX(MODiFiED)
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Sample pack based on a mixture of traditional Russian music and Future Bass. This pack is a multicultural cocktail from different places continents and times featuring vocals and instruments from the past in the context of modernity, forming fresh ideas and transferring traditional flavours into the future.
Just like every country and part of the world has its own language, art and expression, it also has its own musical identity. However, while we may struggle to understand words and diction, music knows no boundaries. It has the power to bridge any cultural heritage, age or gender and literally travel any distance. That’s the true beauty of music. It’s in the human fabric of us all and one of the few forms of unbridled expression we collectively can relate to. With that as a starting point, the World Music EZkeys MIDI pack looks to all corners of the world. Expect the dramatic Arabic and Byzantine characteristics of the Middle East, the wistful melancholy of the Nordics as well as the enchanting harmonies of India, Balkan, Japan, Russia and West Africa. This collection of EZkeys MIDI is perfect as a foundational palette for any writer of commercial scores, for curious songwriters looking to venture outside of their tonal comfort zones and for anyone wanting to add a new flavor of harmony to their compositions. With this pack, you literally have the world at your fingertips. Welcome to one of the most musically diverse collections of EZkeys MIDI yet.
Most persons would assume that the balalaika predates the domra. In fact, the domra is known to have existed for over 1000 years; the balalaika only about 350. Musicologists have reached a clear conclusion: the domra and balalaika are two different versions of the same kind of stringed instrument, with the domra being the balalaika’s ancestor. The domra is a Russian folk instrument, popular among sixteenth century Russian musician/jesters called “buffoons”. In 1648, by order of the king the persecution of buffoons quickly resulted in the disappearance of the domra. “Re-discovered” in 1896, it was reconstructed by master luthiers Andreev and Nalimov, and has since evolved into today’s three orchestral versions: (small, alto, bass) with a quarter tone scale.
Balalaika – the renowned symbol of Russian culture beloved for generations is a stringed musical instrument with a characteristic triangular body and three strings. The most common solo form of the instrument is the prima, which is tuned E-E-A (thus the two lower strings are tuned to the same pitch). The strings on the modern balalaika are: first string (A) stainless steel with the second and third strings (E-E) nylon. Body sizes and neck lengths vary according to type and may have from sixteen to thirty-one frets.
The Balalaika is a small string instrument which most likely originates from central Asian lute instruments but is nowadays most closely associated with eastern european, especially Russian music. First mentioned in the 17th Century, it was primarily used for village and folk music whereas the Balalaika also starts to take part in concert performances since the 19th Century. This even lead to the forming of Balalaika orchestras. Additionally the Balalaika acquired its iconic triangular shape in that time. The Balalaika we have recorded is a three-stringed prima Balalaika which has a typical E-E-A tuning.
The bayan is a musical instrument, with full chromatic scale on the right of the keyboard and basses and chord accompaniment on the left. The bayan is one of the most perfect chromatic accordions in existence today. Known internationally as a “button accordion”, a multi-timbral version of the bayan is commonly used in concert performance as a solo, ensemble and orchestral instrument. The multi-timbral bayan is available with 4 voices, providing 15 different registers by selecting various combinations of the voices. We present a sample library of a four-voice Bayan for Kontakt.
This instrument has a special place in the balalaika family. The largest in size, Contrabass produces the lowest, most powerful dynamics and sound – equivalent to an upright bass. As with all balalaikas, It has three strings, tuned E-A-D. Main Range: E (bass-octave)-A (treble octave). The notation in the bass clef is written an octave higher than its actual sound. The contrabass balalaika is played with a large leather pick, creating a softer, thicker, clearer sound. The technique for playing the contrabass balalaika has been developed and perfected in recent times; with solo performances attracting wide attention among artists as well as teachers and students
The Domra alto is Russian traditional instrument in the domra family. As with all domras, it has three strings but sounds an octave lower. The strings are thicker, and the sound is softer, deeper and mellow. The domra-alto timbre can be divided into three parts: upper, middle and lower. In the upper register the instruments sounds brightly. And in the lower register the instrument is closer to bass, it’s sound is deep and rich. But it is the middle register that makes the domra alto sound inimitably. It can be compared with deep feminine voice. The domra alto matches perfectly with any instrument.
The Russian Zhaleika (also transliterated “Jaleyka”). is a very popular folk instrument. The ZHALEIKA (Жалейка in Russian, also known as брёлка or bryolka) is a Russian single-reed hornpipe. Many consider it to be the most popular Russian folk wind instrument. The zhaleika is a single-tube reed pipe with a horn added to function as a resonator.
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