Acoustic Dhol 2 Lite by RDGAudio 0 (0)

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Acoustic Dhol 2 Lite/Player

Acoustic Dhol 2 is the new Sample based Acoustic Indian Dhol Instrument. It has been sampled from real Indian Metal, Wood and Fiber DHOL Instruments. Sampled with condenser mic with various Positions. It is velocity sensitive instrument with built in Round Robin AI triggered Samples. It comes with Win 64-bit VST3, AU and Mac VST3 plugins. Acoustic Dhol 2 comes with free Player, however you will require to purchase the factory expansion to Up and Run the full instrument. HQ Instrument presets with Low End SUB & 808 generator OSC, Dhol Generator, Filter and Reverb. Now just play real Dhol Instrument right inside your host DAW.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/JE5dIs8IErg

Features:

  • Lite Version a.k.a free Player comes with One Dhol Kit.
  • New .rdg file format for expansions (Easy update to Full Expansion).
  • Over 15 articulations.
  • Sampled from real Dhol Instrument.
  • New Low Sub Osc.
  • New 808 Osc.
  • Tuning.
  • New Low pass and High pass Filters.
  • Velocity sensitive.
  • AR with Volume & Pan control.
  • Algorithmic reverb.
  • Level meter.
  • All major DAWs supported(that support VST3, AU, Mac VST3).

https://www.youtube.com/embed/MgiUntVhBlY

System Requirements:

  • Graphics Card 1GB (2 GB recommended).
  • RAM 1 GB (2 GB recommended).
  • Intel or AMD CPU.
  • ASIO driver and audio interface.
  • VST3 64-bit, AU & Mac VST3.
  • Windows 7 Sp 1,8,10 (64-bit).
  • Mojave Mac OS X.

Get Full Expansion Library version:

http://rdgaudio.com/acoustic-dhol-2/

Shruti Box Vsti VSTI 32/64BIT WINDOWS ADDICTIVE SYNTHESIS / DRONE by oceanswift 0 (0)

Shruti Box VSTi is a small Additive synthesis drone box, a digital rendition of the classic Indian instrument.

A very light drone based instrument for quick sonic backgrounds – inspired on the Indian instrument “Shruti Box” – Our version comes with a Tremolo Effect, a Chorus Effect and other controls for Core sound such has “Body” “Damp” and “Shimmer”

A Constant Background Tone

Shruti box VSTi inst a standard fully equipped synth, nor its meant to be! This is something different and much more simple, our VSTi follows the same concept has the original instrument – producing constant Background Drones to be accompanied with other instruments or singing, or whatever comes your mind!

“A shruti box (sruti box or surpeti) is an instrument that traditionally works on a system of bellows. It is similar to a harmonium and is used to provide a drone in a practice session or concert of Indian classical music. It is used as an accompaniment to other instruments and notably the flute. The shruti box is also used in classical singing. In classical singing the shruti box is used to help tune the voice. The use of the shruti box has widened with the cross-cultural influences of world music and new-age music to provide a drone for many other instruments as well as vocalists.” wikipedia

Controls:

Octave:​ Sets the base octave for the note switches with a range of -2 to +2, with a setting of 0 representing the base canonical shruti sound.

Volume:​ Controls the overall loudness of the device.

Body:​ Controls the first harmonic of the drone sound. Set between 70-85% for the typical Indian shruti sound.

Shimmer:​ Adds brightness to the sound with an additional upper harmonic. Turn up for more ofa buzzing sound.

Damp:​ Low pass damping filter. Useful in tandem with the shimmer knob in order to hit sweettonal spots.

Note Switches:​ These turn on and off each available note across one full octave on a C scalewith an additional upper C note. Hold between two and four notes for the typical shruti dronesound.

Drone:​ When turned off the device will respond to MIDI and play when you sustain any MIDInote. When turned on the device will play at all times.

Effects:

Tremolo:​ A tremolo effect with selectable sine and triangle shapes and the ability to sync to thehost DAW tempo.

Stereo Chorus:​ A stereo chorus effect with controls for depth, rate, feedback, phase, and wetamount. The chorus can be turned on and off.ncert of Indian classical music.

https://oceanswift.net/shrutiboxvsti/

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SARASWATI AT MONTREUX – ABHIJITH & SANDEEP ft.DAVE WECKL & MOHINI DEY..!!!- 2 Videos 0 (0)

Abhijith P S Nair- Violin, Electric violin,songwriter
Sandeep Mohan-Electric guitar,songwriter
Mohini Dey-Bass Guitar
Dave Weckl-Drums
Recorded at – Abhijith P S Nair Studio(Violin and Electric Guitar),Mohini Dey Studio(Bass guitar),Dave Weckl Studio(Drums)
Mixed and Mastered-Balu Thankachan(20db Studios chennai)
Mix and Master Assistance-Sethu Thankachan
Album Art Design- Avinash Mathew
Video and Photography-Rohith Krishnan

Abhijith P S Nair – Violin
Mohini Dey- Bass Guitar
Sandeep Mohan – Lead Guitar
Siddharth Nagarajan – Drummer
George Varghese- Keyboards
Mahesh Mani – Thabla
Alappuzha S Vijayakumar- Thavil and Ganjira

Berklee Indian Ensemble featuring Ustad Zakir Hussain – Lady L (Live at Berklee) 0 (0)

The Berklee Indian Ensemble is proud to present “Lady L” featuring Grammy-winning Indian tabla master, Zakir Hussain. Composed by L. Shankar and featuring John McLaughlin, “Lady L” was originally performed by ‘Shakti’, the 1970s indo-jazz fusion group and appeared on the group’s second studio album titled “A Handful of Beauty”. The group featured John McLaughlin (guitar), Zakir Hussain (tabla), L Shankar (Violin) and Vikku Vinayakram (Percussion).

In 2019, Berklee College of Music presented Ustad Zakir Hussain with an Honorary Doctorate. It was the perfect opportunity for our Berklee Indian Ensemble musicians to reinterpret such an iconic composition and collaborate on this live performance with Ustad Zakir Hussain as part of our week long celebration of the maestro’s life and musical accomplishments leading up to his Honorary Doctorate ceremony.

“Lady L” composed by L. Shankar
Arranger: Amir Darabi
Producer: Emanuel Keller
Co-Producer: Artistic Director, BIX, Annette Philip
Artist Relations: Senior Director, Global Engagement, Middle East & India, Clint Valladares
Assistant Manager, BIX: Rohith Jayaraman
Assistant, BIX: Lydia Renold

Visiting Artist
Tabla – Ustad Zakir Hussain

Berklee Indian Ensemble musicians:
Guitar – João Perrusi – Brasilia, Brazil
Cello – Emanuel Keller – Jerusalem, Israel
Carnatic Violin – Apoorva Krishna – Bengaluru, India
Piano – Amir Darabi – Tehran, Iran
Keyboards – Fryderyk Hoang Dong – Warsaw, Poland
Electric Bass – Jack Schwenke – Canberra, Australia
Percussion – Thomas Antonio Debelian – Oslo, Norway
Drumset – Noa Kahn – Ra’anana, Israel

Recorded live at Berklee Performance Center, Berklee College of Music
Video Editing: Kevin Greene
Multitrack Recording Engineer: Tarik Mahrour
Mixing Engineer: Mark Wessel
Mastering: Jonathan Wyner