EarthMoments presents a new unique collection of percussive samples!
The essential percussion package has been optimized with the closest attention to detail, staying true to the sound with around 300 authentic royalty-free samples.
The bundle is divided by instrument and style of playing...
Darbuka - Goblet-shaped instrument, one of the most common and popular percussion instruments used in the middle east. It produces a resonant, low-sustain sound while played lightly with the fingertips and palm.
Doholla - A large goblet-shaped instrument. It produces a deeper song with a lower sustain than the Darbuka. Doholla beats and patterns are usually based around the bass and deep tone of the instrument.
Rick - A type of tambourine used in Arabic Music. Made out of a wooden frame, jingles and a thin translucent head made of goat skin.
Fox - A lively dance played on 2/4, commonly used in Turkish and Eastern Europe music.
Karatchi - Originally from Pakistan. A fast rhythm used commonly in modern Egyptian and North African music.
Malfuf - Originally from Egypt and Lebanon. Fast 2/4 rhythm is often played as an intro for classical orchestral compositions.
Masmudi - The Mahamid are a tribe from North Africa. A rhythm is played in 8/4 in different variations made for solos, rolls and fills.
Falahi - Falaah means “country-folk” or “farmer” in Arabic. A very fast rhythm which is used in folk dancing, originally from Egypt.
6/8 (Moroccan) - The Moroccan style is very hypnotic. The patterns usually have an unusual swing, which creates a hypnotic repetitive quality.
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