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NI releases classical North India sounds collection

updated 11:25 pm EDT, Mon May 11, 2009

NORTH INDIA released

Native Instruments has released NORTH INDIA, a new sound library that recreates the sounds from classical North Indian music. This sound library marks the launch of the new Discovery Series of KORE SOUNDPACKS, which aims to recreate the sounds from throughout the world for use with KORE 2 and KORE PLAYER. NORTH INDIA provides users with sounds from a variety of instruments and articulations established in North Indian classical music.

Playing a keyboard, users have the ability to play all melodic instruments in the North Indian modal, the microtonal context, and in a chromatic fashion. NORTH INDIA also includes synthetic drones and melodic sounds using the REAKTOR and GUITAR RIG engines integrates into KORE 2 and KORE PLAYER for additional sound processing.

NORTH INDIA can be downloaded from the Native Instruments Online Store for $80.

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