Royalty Free Sitar Loops Samples & Sounds
Description : Reason 9, let me hear that bounce.
Description : decent sitar loop
Description : Indian instruments playing a bluesy riff.
Description : 8 bars of an Indian groove played on traditional instruments. Key of D Myxolydian. Try blending this loop into a fast dance/techno/electronica mix that has double the tempo: 140. It'll work.
Description : YOUNG FLACCID IS A CRACK ADDICT
Description : KEY: G-min TEMPO: 100bpm a plucky koto with Sakura in FL12
Description : 8 seamless bars of a melody performed on traditional Indian instruments. Based around the key of E.
Description : Originally I wanted to create a Indian Rhythm loop but I missed the melodic part. So I combined the Rhythm with a plucking Technique which is called Bol or bols like da dire dire dire or da-re da-re da and the Technique of Gamaka which means the shaking of notes, an important part of ornamentation in Indian classical music to express emotions. I have chosen this scale: C D F G A B flat in Indian Notation: Sa Re Ma Pa Dha ni Live recorded with my new Tascam DR 100, I used more MIC GAIN to get better power and tone quality.
Description : In this composition I played the Sarod in a different manner which is not common in the traditional Indian classical style. I used Guitar techniques and some kind of chords. The melody structure contains the same notes as Raga Kafi, an evening Raga. The tune is dominated by a comlicated rhythm: 8 beats accent of the first, fourth and seventh beat, like 123 123 12 followed by a fast melodic part.It is fusion music with Jazz elements and I like to add my western heritage (Guitar) to play it on an indian string instrument. There is no category for Sarod, therefore I used Sitar.
Description : I play with my north Indian String Instrument Sarod a small composition of a pentatonic tune. In this melody, I used different technics which are characteristic for the 25 strings Instrument Sarod, especially the glissando and gliding, connecting notes or which is typical in Indian classical nusic. 4/4 beat. Key in C. Live recorded with my new Tascam DR 100.
Description : I play with my north Indian String Instrument Sarod a small composition of the popular morning Raga Bhairavi. This Raga is also played at the end of a concert. In this melody, I used different technics which are characteristic for the 25 strings Instrument Sarod, especially the glissando and gliding, moving between 2 notes or more and some ornaments which is typical in Indian classical nusic. 3/4 beat. Key in C. Live recorded with my new Tascam DR 100.
Description : This is a night Raga of north Indian Classical Music for Sitar, the most famous plugged String Instrument of North India. Raag Jog is an evening Raag played between 9 PM - 12 night. In this Raag you use both thirds, E and E flat, also B flat, in Indian Music this is shudha Ga and Komal ga and B flat is Komal ni. I created a melody with some of the characteristic notes of Raag Jog, also included some rhythmic elements to make the tune more colorful. At the end of the loop, I used a typical Indian musical phrase, a pattern which is repeated 3 times so that it fits to the 2 rhythmic cicles of 16 beats and meet exactly on the first beat where the loop starts again.
Description : Here is a 4-bar sitar loop, playing a typical Indian scale, down and up, but given lots of FX to make it sound quite dreamy. The scale is not Western, but here it does have a root note of D.
Description : Good morning from the land of the rising sun. I hope it's useful for some of you out there. Made in fl studio.
Description : I've tested it, its charm is equally appealing for both genres.
Description : " Point at the mulberry tree while cursing the locust. " Here's a fake-vintage Sitar loop. Chop it around to reveal its potential.
Description : This is a sitar ride from my trap instrumental song Trapped By Me. Enjoy & thanks a lot! Also, if you use any of my loops let me hear it by linking below!
Description : hope you enjoy!!!
Description : Played on my male Tanpura, a masterly craftmanship from Miraj (India) selected by my vocal Indian teacher, Dr. S.C.R. Bhat from Mumbai. The Tanpura Drone is used as basic support for the Vocalist singer and also as background for instrumental players. Tanpura means Tan = Melody pura= place - the place for notes. Characteristic for Tanpura are the rich overtones which are created from plucking the tonic note and the fifth sometimes also the fourth according to the Raga or melodic scale. Tuning for this 4 string Tanpura is: G# C# C# and lower octave C#. Key in C#. It was recorded in a professional Studio in Germany. www.indian-sound.de
Description : Created a north Indian melody, starts with a typical rhythmic Sitar or Sarod style followed by a tihai, which is a melody pattern which is repeated 3 times and in a Tal (rhythmic cycle) has to hit exactly the first beat of the cycle. In this case the 1 is the beginning of the loop.
Description : weird or maybe hip hop loop by the instrument from India...donno the category...
Description : western attitude loop by an instrument from India...donno the category
Description : This is probably the first Sarod Loop at Looperman. I play on the north Indian String Instrument Sarod a Melody, based on Asavari That. The Raga which is played in the morning hours. In this short sequence I integrated a few typical glissandi which are characteristic for Indian classical music. The scale is C-D-Eb-F-G-Ab-Bb. There is no category for Sarod, so I have chosen Sitar, which is a more known Instrument than the Sarod.
Description : made by Seven Point Seven - Enjoy
Description : made by Seven Point Seven -enjoy