Thank You Hans. A few instruments like the Duduk have ornaments/licks, as well as extensive sustains. All ornaments/licks are playable in every key, so there are very few limitations to what you can do with them. In the demo, the Sarangi in the 2nd cue and the Duduk in the 5th cue use a combination of ornaments/licks and midi triggered sustains. I think everything else is straight-forward midi triggered notes for every note you hear. All drums are played by midi, no loops.
[This message has been edited by Nick Phoenix (edited 03-30-2001).]
There are 2 sounds in the demo that are not in the library. There is an indian drone (tambura) in the second cue that you hear at the top of the cue underneath the sarangi and there is an analog low pad underneath the alpenhorn drone in the Peter Gabrielesque cue.
Erhu (2 Stringed Chinese Fiddle, Bowed)
Rag-dung (10 Ft. Tibetan Trumpet)
Taiko Drums (Giant Japanese Barrel Drums)
34\" Chinese Gong
23\" Thai Gong
MIDDLE EAST AND INDIA
Sarangi (Bowed Classical Indian Instrument)
Duduk (Armenian Flute) (Also Includes 40 Licks Playable In Any Key)
Middle Eastern Fiddle