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Desert Tracks - 1.75Gb of exotic, traditional and contemporary rhythm, instrument and full music tracks from across Northern Africa and the Middle East, from countries such as Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey and Iran.

The rhythms and music contained in this library are a living tradition that has its roots in the ancient civilisations of the Middle East and North Africa. It echoes the court and folk music of ancient Egypt, Arabia, the Ottoman Empire and Persia. The resulting music traditions are deep and varied, but always evolving as each generation adds its innovations while honouring the forms and work of the past. This complex music often contains ornamentation and overlapping rhythms yet it is woven together into a seamless tapestry of sound.

Authenticity to the rhythms and music of the individual countries has been paramount in the creation of this collection whilst maintaining a modern feel.

The library is arranged by individual country with percussion loops and musical themes for each one as well as a contemporary selection.

Additionally, loops of melodic instruments include Accordion, Kanoun, Oud, Ney Flute and Eastern Violin, whilst individual percussion loops of Darbuka, Doholla, Frame Drum, Riqq and Sagat are also included.

In total there are over 750 samples in Acidized Wav, AIFF Apple Loop and Rex2 formats all recorded in stunning 24bit audio. Kontakt, EXS24, HALion and NN-XT instruments are also included. All the samples in this library are 100% original and royalty-free for your musical use without any additional licensing fees.


* 752 Acidized WAV files
* 752 AIFF Apple Loops
* 717 Rex2 Files
* 90 Kontakt Instruments
* 90 EXS24 Instruments
* 90 HALion Instruments
* 90 NN-XT Instruments

Home page: http://www.zero-g.co.uk/store/desert-tracks-p538.php



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