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I would propose to create a sounds library of plucked string instruments like, for example, harp, guitar, mandolin, banjo, zither, ect.
Obviously with various user-controllable mic positions for each instrument.
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I would propose to create a sounds library of plucked string instruments like, for example, harp, guitar, mandolin, banjo, zither, ect.
Obviously with various user-controllable mic positions for each instrument.
I'd love to have something like that. I've especially been looking for expanded versions of Strat and lapsteel/pedal steel guitars. But one I've especially been looking for is a nice sounding 12-string acoustic guitar. I looked in Goliath, and I can't seem to find it. All I can find is a 6-string acoustic guitar. Even in RA< there's only a Washburn guitar, though I'm sure that one's a six-string guitar as well.
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A good suggestion, last week I was looking for Lute and Kobza samples and didnt find them except variation of Lute.
But found this: Atlasofpluckedinstruments.com
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A good suggestion, last week I was looking for Lute and Kobza samples and didnt find them except variation of Lute.
But found this: Atlasofpluckedinstruments.com
What's a cobza? I don't think I've ever heard of that instrument before. Is it like a guitar?
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Sorry I reply so late, Kobza is like Zither, this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qf4kUMT1n0 helped me to know about this instrument.
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