We are very proud to present the second instalment of Turkish Electro Saz - containing professionally performed and recorded melodies ready to drop into your productions and take your sound experience to a new dimension!
About the instrument:
The Saz is from the traditional Turkish baglama family of instruments. However, what makes it unique is the material from which the strings are made - transforming physical vibrations into electric signals to generate sound by attaching a microphone-like electronic device to the acoustic instrument, much like pickups on an electric guitar.
Typically played with a flexible pick, also known as a mizrap, the instrument can also be performed fingerstyle too. The instrument can generate many different tones when utilised with numerous performance techniques.
In detail, expect to find 525 MB of raw content, featuring 91 beautifully played electro saz loops at 100/120/140 BPM. These have been provided in both dry and wet versions for maximum production versatility. All files are key and tempo-labelled for ease of use, ready to fit straight into your tracks.
Whether you're creating organic folk music, ambient or cinematic works, live lounge productions, or even electronica, hip-hop, and beyond, the only limit is your imagination when it comes to the potential uses for these samples.
This is an electro saz pack. Other sounds heard within the demo track are used for illustration purposes only.
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