Taste of the East Bundle
If you are looking for that special, authentic Eastern flavour, then you have just found two of our very best libraries!
This, our powerful combination bundle of two of our latest Eastern-orientated products will give you what you need!
You'll make a huge saving compared to buying these two titles individually.
For full information and demos on each of the three included titles, click on the name or product image to go to their individual product pages.
Eastern Flute - a 3.3 GB library of over 1400 authentic eastern style flute phrases.
Eastern Violin - a 2.7 GB library of over 1000 authentic eastern style violin phrases.
Professionally recorded on location in the Indian subcontinent in pristine 24bit audio. The phrases in these libraries are the business when it comes to locking down the essential character of the region. They can be used in almost any genre of music to add some spice to your project.
Each phrase is both provided dry and processed in order to give you maximum usability.
All of the samples have been pre-cleared and are 100% original & royalty-free for your musical use without any additional licensing fees.
Please note: these libraries require the FULLY PURCHASED version of Kontakt 3.0 or higher – they will not work with the free "Kontakt 5 Player".
Eastern Flute (RAR files):
- Parts 1 - 4: 953 MB each
- Part 5: 342 MB
Eastern Violin (RAR files):
- Parts 1 - 3: 953 MB each
- Part 4: 851 MB
Additional Info & Quotes
"Since the recording of these samples took place on location in the Indian subcontinent, it is authentic to the essential character of the region. The included sounds are up-to-date, fresh and ready to drop in any production. You’ll find plenty of dry and processed samples that were well-recorded and processed with expertise. Mainly an audio sample library, but with the inclusion of software sampler patches, this makes for a worthwhile investment. Bottom line: this is a great tool for producers and composers that are looking to add some spice into their projects." - SoundBytesMag