03
Jan
2022

A Samples Khaliji Drums of Arabia Core & Emarati Expansion KONTAKT

A Samples Khaliji Drums of Arabia Core & Emarati Expansion KONTAKT

A Samples Khaliji Drums of Arabia Core & Emarati Expansion KONTAKT

Made for Kontakt 5.6.0 (full version required), our library contains 140 sampled percussion instruments, mostly from the Arabian Peninsula. For the first time in history, producers and composers can capture the essence of these instruments with such incredible depth and user-friendliness.

Frame drums in various sizes make up the majority of the instruments, with Zeer, Ranna, Kaser, Darabuka, Mesendo, and many more. Various percussion instruments from other parts of the world are also included, as producers often fuse an Arabian percussion ensemble with some percussion instruments from around the world to give their Khaliji music a modern flavor.

With Khaliji, you will receive the following:

  •  140 Instruments
  •  10 Multis
  •  122 MIDI grooves
  •  2.23GB size Uncompressed
  •  48khz, 24 bit

Khaliji libraries made specifically for Kontakt offer the benefit of an easy to use interface. It requires Kontakt full version 5.6.0 or higher.

Our goal is to create a percussion library that’s as natural as possible, without adding any, or very little, processing to the actual samples.

Some of the note-worthy aspects of Khaliji are as follows:

Instruments
The Instruments library contains a huge number of instruments which are mainly from the Arabian Gulf, Iraq and Yemen, and some world percussions added to compliment those instruments and provide composers a larger pallet to create even more unique combinations.

Multis
You need to load Multis in order to play the MIDI files, so we have created several Multis to get you started immediately. We also encourage you to create your own Multis and build your own kit to truly take advantage of the library.

MIDI Grooves
The MIDI Grooves library also more than 122 MIDI grooves of the most popular styles to help composers improve productivity while showcasing what the instruments can do, and how the instruments work together to inspire music producers.

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