Sounds Of The Far East

Diginoiz Release Ethnic Haze construction kits      12/07/10

Sounds Of The Far East


Diginoiz have released Ethnic Haze construction kits. Here's all the details in their own words...
Ethnic Haze that is 10 oriental bangers (from 92 to 99 Bpm), which character brings us to the atmoshpere of the far east. Carefully selected and implemented sounds ensure the highest quality of the product, which will certainly satisfy the customers. Totally produced by ethnic instrumentals specialist Donatan.
Ethnic Haze contains 10 construction kits (over 160 melodic loops including, drum loops, conga, lute, tabla, bagpipes, sitar, saz, flute, duduk, piccolo, piano, mandolin and many others).
AVAILABLE FORMATS
Ethnic Haze contains over 1,7 gb multi-format material (24 bit WAV, REX, 24 bit Acid, 24 bit AIFF, 24 bit Apple Loops, 24 bit Reason 4.0 ReFill and 16 bit WAV) ready to use in your favorite sampler or sequencer, both hardware and software, including: Logic, GarageBand, Soundtrack, Digital Performer, Sony Acid, Ableton Live, Adobe Auditon, Cakewalk Sonar, Pro Tools, Stylus RMX, Emagic EXS24 and many more. DOWNLOAD DETAILS
Wav / Acid
  • 163 instrument loops (24bit WAV)
  • 413 MB total size
  • 163 instrument loops (16bit WAV duplicate)
  • 276 MB total size
AIFF / Apple Loop
  • 163 instrument loops (24bit AIFF)
  • 413 MB total size
REX/RX2
  • 163 instrument loops (REX/RX2)
  • 227 MB total size
Reason 4.0 Refill
  • 163 instrument & drum loops (REX)
  • 163 instrument & drum loops (WAV duplicate)
  • 454 MB total size (after ReFill compression)
Pricing and Availability:
27.90 EUR (approximately $36.00 USD) More information:

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