Hamsa Vol 2: Arabic Percussion – the mystical world of oriental percussions and grooves of the far corners of the Middle East, North Africa and Arab musical traditions.
Famous for their rhythmic complexity and rich variety, middle-eastern percussive traditions have a lot of hand drums that form the basis of practice. The kit includes Dumbek – a gobo-shaped instrument with a deep resonant sound, Darbuka, which is considered a modern variation of Dumbek and Rick is a frame drum with five sets of plates, usually covered with goatskin or fish skin. These rare esoteric loops and samples will add a mystical touch to any music.
The package offers manufacturers a wide range of hypnotic grooves and unusual rhythmic patterns to choose from, crossing a number of traditional styles. Look what is offered:
Malfuf : This rapid rhythm, originated in Egypt and Lebanon, is often used as an introduction to classical orchestral compositions of the genre, especially suitable for use in belly dances.
Chiefetelli : This hypnotic rhythm is often used for the sensual movements of the belly of a dancer, undulating the trunk undulating, moving on the floor or when the dancer makes snake-like movements with her hands.
Beledi : A rhythmic style that emphasizes folkloric origins, whose derivative is the rhythm of Maxum, the most common rhythm in Arabic music while belly dancing.
Karachi : Originating in Pakistan, this fast rhythm is commonly found in modern Egyptian and North African music.
108 Darbuka Loops, 219 Darbuka + Dumbek Loops, 156 Darbuka + Dumbek + Riq Loops, 132 Darbuka + Riq Loops, 114 Dumbek Loops, 152 Dumbek + Riq Loops, 65 Riq Loops
2GB, 24 bit / 44.1khz Wav
Publisher : EarthMoments
Format : WAV
Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo