Description : There are a lot of talented people :
Ft Ankit Sharda for the mantra,
Ft Xelaplus for the choirs,
Ft jjweekz for the voice effect,
AcidPro on darbuka
Danke on big cymbals
Loopfreak on indian percussions
Anubis on big drums
Tell me what this track made to you ^^'
Description : loops: 1535746-0090292-cod2pac-cod2pac-bells-100; 1186219-0089981-acidpro-oriental-7; 1186219-0090003-acidpro-darbuka-8; 1400828-0079381-kidlux-basic-trap-loop-1; 1535746-0090277-cod2pac-codpac-trap-synth-97
Description : ethnic loops definetly have a special vibe and flavour :)
I used AcidPro's awesome arabic darbuka and arabic drum loops,Jen`s Muse`s indian tihai for sitar (that thing sounds sublime)and some simple pads and a wobble I made out of a synth
not really drum and bass but it fits the tempo.
let me know what you think of it,any advice or criticism is really useful
Description : i still exist
Description : how is it?
Description : with the aid of Da Capo this is what we came up with...........
Description : Drums of Africa
Description : Revenge
Description : Tribal
Description : Drums of AfriCA
Description : Tribal side of things...
Description : african jazz
Description : Hit song.
Description : Good music
Description : This jam is a mixture of deep with tribal.. i sampled a French or spanish vocal, im nt sure.. coment on the track and tell me wat Esteritmo means.. lol
Description : I use Arabian Darbuka for my track. I like Orient Song.
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Description : This was inspired by a little software piano sound generator. It would create random patterns, so I messed around with the settings and recorded 2 sequences. I then added a middle eastern sounding percussion and drum track, and ended this short little tune with some seriously messed up piano - scratchy record noise via Vinyl software. Bass was a sample of my electric bass.
Description : This will eventually feature the vocals of Asli Orcen, singing in Turkish. It has a cool intro that gives the effect of being out in the desert with locals singing in the distance. There are some Middle Eastern daf drums, some darbuka drums, a Middle Eastern violin called a sarangi, and some regular Hip-Hop drums. There's no World music category, so I had to put it in Fusion, seeing as it is a little of everything.
Description : Whatever the place or time, wherever we go as individuals or as a group we have an effect on that place...sometimes fleetingly, sometimes catastrophically,sometimes beautifully but always profoundly....these places are The Human Zone...
Bass guitar and synthesizer-planetjazzbass..
Soprano saxophone- SlapJohnston..
Percusssion-programmed using Darbuka-planetjazzbass