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Cara Pemesanan VSTi ANGKLUNG Sample Sound LE

Harga beserta paket yang di tawarkan :

1. Bamboo Angklung Instrument

2. Bamboo Gambang Instrument

3. FULL Bamboo Ensemble of Limited Edition

Ensemble Angklung lengkap :

– Gambang trem & Gambang one hit

– Angklung Centok & Angklung Panjang

– Bonus + Bass Betot & Bass Bambu


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New Sample Collection for Kontakt 5

Akhirnya saya memberanikan diri untuk memamerkan sekaligus mempromosikan Sample Sound Bambu instrumen tradisional Indonesia “Angklung”. Sebenernya sudah lama saya rekam sound angklung ini sekitar pertengahan tahun 2007, beberapa hasil yang kurang memuaskan kemudian pertengahan 2009 saya menemukan sound angklung yang bagus di salah satu sekolah yang saya ajar dan saya manfaatkan kesempatan untuk merekam sound angklung tersebut.

Saya namai Sample Sound Angklung ini “Limited Edition” karena saya berencana untuk membuat Sample Sound Angklung yang kedua dengan kemungkinan-kemungkinan baru dalam teknik bermain angklung.

Dalam paket Sample ini, ada beberapa sample sound yang saya rekam dan siap digunakan antara lain :

1. Angklung

Lengkap terdiri dari angklung melodi besar dan angklung melodi kecil dengan range normal sesuai urutan.

2. Angklung Cetok

Teknik lain dari bermain angklung.

3. Gambang One hit

Teknik one hit ini biasa dipakai untuk memainkan melodi dan biasanya disambung dengan teknik bermain tremolo. Teknik ini juga biasa dimainkan sebagai pengiring. Seperti yang kita ketahui, Gambang dalam ensemble angklung sudah biasa dibagi menjadi dua yaitu Gambang sebagai pengiring, satu lagi melodi hal ini karena range not masing berbeda. Namun dalam Sound Sample ini saya satukan semua jadi ketika kita masukan sound gambang ini, kita tidak perlu menambahkan sampai dua arumba kecuali dengan kebutuhan tertentu.

4. Gambang Tremolo

Teknik ini biasa dimainkan untuk melodi kalau anda menggunakan jenis sound ini, anda bisa gabungkan bersama sound gambang one hit dengan satu chanel agar suaranya mangstabs….

Tentu saja semua sound yang kita mainkan percis dengan apa yang kita harapkan. Dengan adanya Sound Bambu ini kita tidak perlu repot-repot menyewa studio kemudian membawa puluhan pemain angklung dengan biaya yang cukup lumayan. Cukup dengan kemampuan kita dalam mengoperasikan Software Musik, kita sudah bisa membuat karya-karya angklung.

contoh lagu aransemen yang di buat menggunakan Software Kontakt 3 dan Sample Sound Bamboo (2008) :

Live performing DJ featuring all live possibility

However, live sequencing is so much hard and easy to do. Its involve human and maschine becoming united to succeed the show….

BCD 3000+BCF2000 video mix tape

Im using a great tools from Behringer control fader costumed with control deejay. It’s so much fun to work with this tool couse it’s a lot of possibility to have controlize with the software Traktor Pro. Midi Mapping the way it work to play DJ without touching the mouse pad.

Hello world!

A disc jockey, also known as DJ, is a person who selects and plays recorded music for an audience. Originally, “disc” (sometimes spelled “disk”, although this is now uncommon) referred to phonograph records, not the later Compact Discs. Today, the term includes all forms of music playback, no matter the medium.

There are several types of disc jockeys. Radio DJs or radio personalities introduce and play music that is broadcast on AM, FM, shortwave, digital, or internet radio stations. Club DJs select and play music in bars, nightclubs, discothèques, at raves, or even in a stadium. Hip hop disc jockeys select and play music using multiple turntables, often to back up one or more MCs, and they may also do turntable scratching to create percussive sounds. In reggae, the DJ (deejay) is a vocalist who raps, “toasts“, or chats over pre-recorded rhythm tracks while the individual choosing and playing them is referred to as a selector.[1] Mobile DJs travel with portable sound systems and play recorded music at a variety of events.

Club DJ equipment may consist of:

  • Sound recordings in a DJ’s preferred medium (for example, vinyl records, Compact Discs, computer media files, etc.);
  • A combination of two devices (or only one, if playback is digital) to play sound recordings, for alternating back and forth to create a continuous playback of music (for example, record players, Compact Disc players, computer media players such as an MP3 player, etc.);
  • A multiple Sequencer which can mix MIDI tracks with Digital Audio;
  • A sound system for amplification or broadcasting of the recordings (for example, portable audio system, PA system) or a radio broadcasting system;
  • A DJ mixer, which is an electronic (usually 2- or 4-channel) audio mixer usually equipped with a crossfader used to smoothly go from one song to another, using two or more playback devices;
  • Headphones, used to listen to one recording while the other recording is being played to the audience, or to listen to both recordings simultaneously; and
  • Optionally, a microphone, so that the DJ can introduce songs and speak to the audiences.

Other equipment could or can be added to the basic DJ setup (above), providing unique sound manipulations. Such devices include, but are not limited to:

  • Electronic effects units (delay, reverb, octave, equalizer, chorus, etc.). Some club DJs use a subharmonic synthesizer effect which either doubles low frequencies with energy added an octave lower or synthesizes harmonics such that the impression of a very low bass sound is added to the mix.
  • A computerised performance system, which can be used with vinyl emulation software to manipulate digital files on the computer in real time.
  • Multi-stylus headshells, which allow a DJ to play different grooves of the same record at the same time.
  • Special DJ digital controller hardware can manipulate digital files on a PC or laptop;
  • Samplers, sequencers, electronic musical keyboards (synthesizers), or drum machines.

Several techniques are used by DJs as a means to better mix and blend recorded music. These techniques primarily include the cueing, equalization, and audio mixing of two or more sound sources. The complexity and frequency of special techniques depends largely on the setting in which a DJ is working. Radio DJs are less likely to focus on music-mixing procedures than club DJs, who rely on a smooth transition between songs using a range of techniques.

Club DJ turntable techniques include beatmatching, phrasing, and slip-cueing to preserve energy on a dancefloor. Turntablism embodies the art of cutting, beat juggling, scratching, needle drops, phase shifting, back spinning, and more to perform the transitions and overdubs of samples in a more creative manner (although turntablism is often considered a use of the turntable as a musical instrument rather than a tool for blending recorded music). Professional DJs may use harmonic mixing to choose songs that are in compatible musical keys.