The history of Khim meets many countries: first Persia, then China, then brought to Thailand and finally introduced to Lao and Cambodia. It derives from the Persian santur and is similar to the hammered dulcimer or cimbalom. The Khim is made up of fourteen string triplets, each triplet composing what is called a note. It’s played with two flexible bamboo sticks with soft leather beater at the tips to produce a soft tone, the sound is brilliant but also very engaging, try to believe!
3 Mic Positions
2.7 GB installed (compressed in NCW format)
24 bit / 48 kHz stereo
Filter cutoff controlled by modwheel (Sustain and Stops articulations)
Dynamic volume controlled by modwheel (Tremolos and Rolls articulations)
Velocity Control Curve
12 Reverb Presets