Ilya Efimov Russian Folk Series Domra alto KONTAKT

 | Nov 10 2013 | 279.55 MB

The Domra alto is Russian traditional instrument in the domra family. As with all domras, it has three strings but sounds an octave lower.

The strings are thicker, and the sound is softer, deeper and mellow. The domra-alto timbre can be divided into three parts: upper, middle and lower. In the upper register the instruments sounds brightly. And in the lower register the instrument is closer to bass, it’s sound is deep and rich. But it is the middle register that makes the domra alto sound inimitably. It can be compared with deep feminine voice.

The domra alto matches perfectly with any instrument.


795 samples, 44,1 Hz \24 bit, stereo 8 velocity layers for each note \ Round-Robin 9 different articulations Speed and realistic dynamic tremolo control Strumming keys, Repetition keys String select Natural glissando for pizzicato and tremolo articulations


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