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Earth Moments – Hamsa Arabic Percussion (WAV)

Publisher : Earth Moments

Website : www.producerloops.com

Format : WAV

Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo

Description : “Hamsa Arabic Percussion” by Earth Moments is a unique collection of percussion inspired by the beats and instruments of the Middle East and Arab culture. This critical percussion has been optimized with the utmost attention to detail, staying true to the sounds of around 300 authentic, royalty-free samples. This library of ethnic and “oriental” grooves contains a wide range of traditional and non-traditional grooves and beats from different countries such as Morocco, Egypt, Turkey, Jordan, Yemen, Israel and Greece.

The package is divided into instruments and playing styles.

Tools :

Darbuka is a goblet -shaped instrument, one of the most common and popular percussion instruments used in the Middle East. It produces a resonant, low-level sustained sound when played lightly with your fingertips and palm.

Doholla is a large goblet-shaped instrument. It produces a deeper sound with a lower pitch than Darbuka. Doholla is usually based on bass and deep tone sounds.

Rick is a type of tambourine used in Arabic music. Made of timber frame, jingle and a thin translucent goatskin head. The playing style is Maxum, a very popular Egyptian rhythm. The origin of many oriental grooves and songs, Maksoum is an extremely versatile rhythm – it can be played slowly for classical Arabic music and quickly for dancing.

Fox is a fun dance, played at 2/4, widely used in Turkish and Eastern European music.

Karatchi is original from Pakistan. The fast beat is commonly used in contemporary Egyptian and North African music.

Malfuf – Originally from Egypt and Lebanon. The fast 2/4 beat is often played as a splash screen for classic orchestral compositions created especially for the entry and exit of a belly dancer.

Masmudi – Masmoud are a tribe from North Africa. A very simple rhythm played at 8/4 with different variations made for solos, rolls and fills.

Falahi – Falaah means “folk country” or “farmer” in Arabic. Very fast rhythm that is used in folk dances, originally from Egypt. Played in 6/8 (Morocco). Moroccan style is very hypnotic. Patterns are usually have unusual swings that create hypnotic repetitive timbres.

Fusion – Arabic patterns blended with a Western feel were made to fit seamlessly with Western music while adding Middle Eastern spice.

Content

• 567 MB • 24-Bit / 44.1kHz • 26 Darbuka Maxum – 110 BPM Loops • 25 Doholla Fox – 120 BPM Loops • 24 Doholla Fusion – 130 BPM Loops • 14 Doholla Karatchi – 120 BPM Loops • 5 Doholla No Pitch – 85 BPM Loops • 28 Doholla & Rick – 208 BPM 6/8 Loops • 33 Doholla & Rick – Falahi 100 BPM Loops • 29 Doholla & Rick Malfuf – 126 BPM Loops • 40 Doholla & Rick Masmudi – 135 BPM Loops • 42 Doholla & Rick Maxum – 114 BPM Loops • 9 Rick Falhi – 100 BPM Loops • 12 Rick Malfuf – 126 BPM Loops • 8 Rick Maxum – 114 BPM Loops

In English

‘Hamsa Arabic Percussion’ from Earth Moments is a unique collection of percussion inspired by beats and instruments of the Middle East and Arabic culture. This essential percussion package has been optimized with the closest attention to detail, staying true to the sound with about 300 authentic royalty-free samples. This bundle library of Ethnic and “Oriental” grooves contains a wide range of traditional and non traditional grooves and beats from various countries such as Morocco, Egypt, Turkey, Jordan, Yemen, Israel and Greece.

The bundle is divided by instrument and style of playing. Instruments: Darbuka – Goblet shaped instrument, one of the most common and popular percussion instrument 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 then the Darbuka. Doholla beats and patterns are usually based around the bass and deep tone of the instrument.

Rick – A type of a tambourine used in Arabic music. Made out of a wooden frame, jingles and a thin translucent head made of goat skin. The style of playing is Maxum a very popular Egyptian rhythm. The origin of many Oriental grooves and songs, Maksoum is an extremely versatile rhythm – it can be played slow for classical Arabic music and fast for dancing.

Fox – A lively dance played on 2/4, commonly used in Turkish and Eastern Europe music. Karatchi – Originaly from Pakistan. A fast rhythm used commonly in modern Egyptian and North African music.

Malfuf – Originally from Egypt and Lebanon. Fast 2/4 rhythm often played as an intro for classical orchestral compositions especially created for the belly dancer entrance and exit. Masmudi – The Masmoud are a tribe from North Africa. A very basic 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. Played in 6/8 (Moroccan). The Moroccan style is very hypnotic. The patterns usually have an unusual swing, which creates a hypnotic repetitive quality. Fusion – Arabic patterns mixed with a western feel, these patterns were made to fit in easily with Western music while adding Middle Eastern spices.

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