|Product||The New World|
|Developer||Sounds and Effects|
|Type / Tags||World InstrumentsEthnicKontakt Instrument|
- Accordion: In, Out, and In to Out velocity switched.
- African Drums and Perc: Calf Hide Drum, Lizard Skin Drum, High and Low Cup Gongs, Shekera shakers.
- African Ivory Horn: Ivory (elephant tusk) Horn from Monrovia, Liberia.
- American Indian Drums and Perc: Tom Drum hit and loops (Performance by David Beal), Cow Horn Rattles, Elm Bark Rattles, Yaqui metal Sistrum.
- Appalachian Dulcimer: Mountain (this is the hourglass shape) Dulcimer.
- Asian Island Perc: Tasha and Dhol from North India, Shark Calling coconut husk rattle from Papua New Guinea--this rattle was originally used on the water's surface for hunting sharks.
- Cameroon Perc: Clay frame drum, Buzzy cup gongs, husk shakers. Hits and BPM loops.
- Chinese Cymbals: Chung Ching Pa and Hsiao Ching Pa cymbals.
- Chinese Sheng: Mouth blown reed instrument.
- Drums of India: Ghatam (clay pot drum), Khol, Madal, Mridangam, Pakhawaj, Tabla, and Banja.
- Flamenco Guitar: A 1904 Rodriguez (of Valencia) guitar. Picked, plucked, open strings, vibrato, small and large.
- India Gobichan: Single string Indian instrument-- struck and plucked, stretched up and down.
- Greek Bouzouki: Greek Bouzouki-- Small, Large, Tremelo, and Licks.
- Hawaii Perc: Ili Ili (two lava stones struck together), Ipu Gourd drum, 2 Kae Keeke bamboo stamping tubes (hi and low), Pu Il (cut bamboo) rattles and rosewood Kalaaw Sticks.
- Japan Drums and Perc: Oke-Do and Okawa drums, Hyoshigi clappers (rose wood blocks), Suzu bells (Shinto prayer bells).
- Japan Taiko Drums: Three Taiko Drums: No, Ko, and O.
- Java Anklung: Resonant shaken bamboo racks--up to six feet in height. Each note represents a different tuned bamboo rack--large (low range) to small (high).
- Java Ketjer Cymbals: Javanese Ketjer finger cymbals.
- Kalimbas and M'Bira: Two South American and one African (more buzzy) thumb pianos.
- Korean Drums: Chang Go, Koo Ku Mu, Pook, Samm Chu Li, and Tang Ku drums. Pan clappers, and Jabara cymbals.
- Korean Gongs: Chinj and Kwen Gwari gongs.
- Middle East Daf and Darabuka: Daf (mid east tamborine) shakes and hits, and Darabuka drum hits.
- Norway Hardanger Fiddle: Dragon's head fiddle. This old fiddle has 'sympathetic' (resonant) strings beneath the finger board for additional 'sympathetic' vibration. Licks.
- Rainsticks: One American Indian, one South American rainstick.
- Sumatran Hasapi: Horseheaded 'boat lute' this is a very unique hard to find stringed instrument.
- Talking Drums: African Talking drum hits and loops. Performances by David Beal.
- Tibet Mediation Bowl: 200 year old 7 metal alloy meditation bowl from Tibet. Rubbed and struck with the palm.
- Trinidad Steel Drums: Low (called 'double second') and high (known as 'tenor') steel drums from Trinidad.
- Udu Drums: African clay pot drum hits and performances, by David Beal.
- Wind Chimes: Struck chimes, and wind blown chimes.