Syntheway Percussion Kit is a collection of percussion instruments designed for creating Orchestral Percussion, Auxiliary Percussion, Mallet Percussion as well as Latin Percussion, Afro-Cuban Latin Percussion, Afro-Caribbean and African Percussion, including a variety of percussion instrument from the Afro-Cuban traditions. Afro-Cuban Latin Percussion: Conga Drum, Bongo (Tumbadora), Timbale (Paila Criolla), African Kit VSTi Plugins Software Syntheway Percussion Kit VSTi is a collection of percussion instruments designed for creating Orchestral Percussion, Auxiliary Percussion, Mallet Percussion, Latin Percussion and African Percussion. Features: Complete selector switch on GUI including the following instruments: 1) Orchestral Percussion: Instruments distributed across 5 octaves keyboard. - Snare Roll - Triple Roll - Bass Drum - Timpani - Gong (Tam-Tam) - Suspended Cymbal - Temple Block - Triangle - Timpani II (Extended) 2) Auxiliary Percussion (Also known as battery percussion or accessory percussion) - Triangle - Woodblock - Ride Cymbal - Cymbals - Tambourine - Sleigh Bells 3) Mallet Percussion (Also known as keyboard percussion) - Vibraphone - Xylophone - Glockenspiel - Marimba - Tubular Bells 4) Latin Percussion - Conga - Timbales - Bongo - Castanets 5) African Percussion Kit (Full range) http://percussion.syntheway.net Caribbean, Afro-Cuban Latin Percussion - Conga (Tumbadora) - Timbales (Pailas Criollas) - Bongo Drum - Castanets, African Kit (Djembe aka djembé, jembe, jenbe, djimbe, jimbe, dyinbe) Timbales (also called pailas criollas) are shallow single-headed drums with metal casing, invented in Cuba. They are shallower in shape than single-headed tom-toms, and usually much higher tuned. The player (known as a timbalero) uses a variety of stick strokes, rim shots, and rolls on the skins to produce a wide range of percussive expression during solos and at transitional sections of music, and usually plays the shells of the drum or auxiliary percussion such as a cowbell or cymbal to keep time at other parts of the song. Timbales can be heard in: Danzón Mambo Salsa Latin Jazz Cumbia Merengue (played by the tamborero, or tambora player) not used Manele Neo-Bossa Nova not Used Reggaeton Latin rock Reggae Rock steady not used as a main instrument Ska Go-Go Rock Veteran players Jose Areas Guillermo Barreto Tito Puente Amadito Valdés Nicky Marrero Manny Oquendo Pete Escovedo Sheila E. Willie Bobo Ubaldo Nieto Roberto Pla Jose Luis Quintana "Changuito" Marc Quiñones Luisito Quintero Louie Ramirez Ray Romero Willie Rosario Jimmy Sabater Orestes Vilató Calixto Oviedo Eguie Castrillo Aníbal López Ralph Irizarri Lance Morgan Karl Perazzo from Santana Bongos (Spanish: bongó) are an Afro-Cuban percussion instrument. The drums are of different size: the larger drum is called in Spanish the hembra (female) and the smaller the macho (male). They are membranophones, or instruments that create sound by a vibration of a stretched membrane World music Africa Asia Central America and Caribbean Europe‎ North America Oceania‎ South America‎ The conga, or more properly the tumbadora, is a tall, narrow, single-headed Cuban drum. Although ultimately derived from African drums made from hollowed logs, the Cuban conga is staved, like a barrel. These drums were probably made from salvaged barrels originally. They are used both in Afro-Caribbean religious music and as the principal instrument in rumba. Congas are now very common in Latin music, including salsa music, merengue music, and Reggae, as well as many other forms of American popular music. Rhythms [edit]Afro-Cuban There are various rhythms for the conga, the most well-known being the marcha.This rhythm is commonly played on 1 to 3 congas, but has no true limit for the amount used. The marcha is the most common rhythm in Salsa/Son. Some songs that include the marcha or slight variations (Guajira)(chachacha) of the rhythm are: Oye Como Va by Tito Puente Pedro Navaja by Willie Colón and Rubén Blades Se Le Ve by Andy Montañez and Daddy Yankee Watermelon Man by Mongo Santamaría Los Dos Jueyes by Domingo Quiñones and Zion Amor Verdandero and A Maria Le Gusta by Afro Cuban All Stars Quizas, Quizas, Quizas by Omara Portuondo and Teresa Garcia Cartula Armonias del Romañe by Tomatito Soy Guanaco Salvadoreño by Bobby Rivas Hoy tenemos by Sidestepper Ahora Vengo Yo by Anthonious Meer, Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz Hipocrecía by Fruko y sus Tesos Escucha el Rithmo by Spanish Harlem Orchestra Me Voy Pa Cali by Oscar D'León Boogaloo Chevere by Sonora Carruseles Virus by Bamboleo Oye Baila Mi Onda by Orquesta Aragón El Barrio del Pilar by Orquesta Broadway Bodas de Oro by Cheo Belen Puig Countless other songs use this rhythm. There is also the bolero rhythm, which goes 1-2-3 1-2 1-2-3. Being very similar to the marcha, it involves a minimum of two congas and can be heard on: Buena Vista Social Club by Buena Vista Social Club Melodia del Rio by Ruben González Besame Mucho by Andrea Bocelli La Puerta by Luis Miguel More complex rhythms can be heard in the music of Santería and Abakua rituals, many of which also apply to the bata drums, such as Guarapachangueo and Chacha-lokafun. In Cuba, variants of Guaguanco, Bembe, and Abakua change from province to province, so there is no true stating to what is or isn't correct...................................................................................

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Oberheim OB3 Organ

Emulation by software included in full version of Organux VST Plugin Virtual Instrument

 

Organux sounds cover a wide gamut, from classic to modern organ sounds.

Oberheim OB3 Organ

 

Oberheim OB3 Organ included in Organux VST Plugin Virtual Instrument: In 1995, Oberheim released the OB3, a little-known drawbar organ module, now Syntheway Organux full version features this electronic organ emulation by software... 

Oberheim OB3 Organ included in Organux VST Plugin Virtual Instrument: In 1995, Oberheim released the OB3, a little-known drawbar organ module, now Syntheway Organux full version features this electronic organ emulation by software... 

Windows Requirements:
- Use these Syntheway VST plugins in your favourite DAW MIDI Sequencer host like: FL Studio, Ableton Live, Cakewalk Sonar, Steinberg Cubase, Nuendo, PreSonus Studio One, Cockos REAPER, Mixcraft, MAGIX Samplitude, Sequoia, Energy XT, ACID Pro, Orion, VSTHost, SAVIHost, n-Track Studio, Cantabile, Adobe Audition and many others ( Check out complete list of VST compatible hosts here)
- Place the dll file / files into VST Plugins Folder.
- 500 MHz Processor (Pentium, Celeron AMD or equivalent) minimum.
- RAM: 128 MB or higher recommended.
- Windows Operating System : Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 / x86 (32 bit).
- For Windows x64 (64 bit) test it first with VST Bridge, jBridge or BitBridge.
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Intel Mac OS X Requirements:
As NOT native Mac software can be played,
- Via free Wine based host called SM Pro Audio VFX Software as standalone program or by routing the audio signals to your favorite sequencer (e.g. GarageBand, Logic Pro) via Cycling74 SoundFlower and IAC bus (Macintosh® OS X 10.5 Intel, Mac OS X 10.6 Intel).
- Via Apple's Boot Camp software, included with Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard, v10.6 Snow Leopard and Mac OS X v10.7 Lion.
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Linux Operating System Requirements: Please see instructions here
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Oberheim OB3 Organ included in Organux VST Plugin Virtual Instrument: In 1995, Oberheim released the OB3, a little-known drawbar organ module, now Syntheway Organux features this electronic organ emulation by software... 

Organux sounds cover a wide gamut, from classic to modern organ sounds.

 

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Syntheway Percussion Kit is a collection of percussion instruments designed for creating Orchestral Percussion, Auxiliary Percussion, Mallet Percussion as well as Latin Percussion, Afro-Cuban Latin Percussion, Afro-Caribbean and African Percussion, including a variety of percussion instrument from the Afro-Cuban traditions.

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