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    Garritan World Instruments collection Virtual Instrument Libraries

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    Garritan World Instruments collection is a unique, comprehensive sound library featuring more than 350 virtual software instruments from around the world. From traditional Chinese orchestras to Gamelan ensembles, from Taiko groups to Bollywood bands, Garritan World Instruments gives you the tools to add exotic sounds to your music

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    Garritan World Instruments collection

    Expand your sonic palette with exotic World sounds!

    Garritan World Instruments is a great tool for all types of music composers and producers including orchestra, film and game audio. It is also perfect for anyone looking to expand their sound palette with exotic and exciting instruments to inject a new sound into their compositions. This library is a comprehensive collection of sample sounds not found in any other collection. The World Instruments virtual instrument library integrates the uniquely powerful and high-performance ARIA Player.

    Over 350 instruments from all regions of the globe:

    • The sampled sounds capture the essence of these enthralling instruments while providing the necessary controls to play them expressively.
    • Large variety of wind, percussion, and string instruments from India, Japan, Africa, China, the Middle East, Latin America, Australia, and other regions.

     


    ARIA instrument player included

    The entire Instant Orchestra library is integrated into the ARIA Player—there’s no need to purchase a separate sample player. Instant Orchestra also features the Conexant® Endless Wave™ technology for hard disk streaming of multiple combinations for large orchestrations. Instant Orchestra supports all popular formats, Mac and PC, as a standalone program or as a plug-in (VST, RTAS, and OS X Audio Units), and works with supported notation programs such as Finale.  
    Garritan Instant Orchestra—Additional Information and Resources 

     

    Proudly powered by the ARIA Player Advanced Instrument Engine

    The Garritan Wolrd Instruments collection sound library is proudly powered by the ARIA Player. No need to purchase a separate sampler

    Intruments list

    Wind Instruments

    AFRICA
    Arghul, Mijwiz 1, Mijwiz 2

    CHINA
    Bawu, Di-Zi, Guanzi, Hulusi, Sheng, Suona, Xiao

    INDIA
    Bansuri 1, Bansuri 2, Pungi Snake Charmer, Shenai, Shiva Whistle

    JAPAN
    Hichiriki, Knotweed Flute, Shakuhachi

    OTHER ASIAN REGIONS
    Bamboo Flute (see Europe: Bamboo Flute), Jogi Baja, Piri

    EUROPE
    End Blown Flutes: Double Flute, Dvojnice Double Flute, Double Flute Drone, Kaval; Overtone Flutes: Bass Overtone Flute, Koncovka Alto Flute, Tenor Overtone Flute; Whistles: Clarke Pennyswhistle, Handmade Pennywhistle, Low Irish Whistle, Pennywhistle in Bb, Pennyswhistle in D, Pennywhistle in G, Sopilka Whistle, Susato Pennywhistle, Tin Whistle in Bb; Recorders: Alto Recorder, Bass Recorder, Piccolo Recorder, Sopranino Recorder, Soprano Recorder, Tenor Recorder; Reeds: Diplica, Folk Shawm; Chanters & Bagpipes: Catalan Bagpipes, Duda Bagpipes, Gaita Bagpipes, Koza Bagpipes, Scottish Highland Bagpipes, Uilleann Pipes; Side Blown Flutes: Bamboo Flute, Bone Flute 1, Bone Flute 2, Irish Flute, Sheperds Folk Pipe 1, Shepherds Folk Pipe 2

    LATIN AMERICA
    Andean Panpipes, Ocarina 1, Ocarina 2, Peruvian Panpipes, Quena, Tarka

    MIDDLE EAST
    Duduk, Maqrunah

    NORTH AMERICA
    Bottle Blows, Fife, Native American Flute, PVC Flute, Slide Whistle

    OCEANIA
    Conch Shell, Didgeridoo, Hawaiian Nose Flute, Suling 1, Suling 2, Suling 3

    Percussion Instruments

    AFRICA
    Ewe Drums: Adodo, African Log Drum, Apentima, Ashiko, Balafon, Basic African Percussion, Bougarabou, Dawuro, Djembe, Dondo, Doun Doun Ba, Atoke, Axatse, Gankokwe, Kagan, Kpanlogo 1 Large, Kpanlogo 2 Medium, Kpanlogo 3 Combo, Sogo; African Percussion: Fontomfrom, Gome, Gyil, Ibo, Kalimbas, Kenkeni, Kpoko Kpoko, Krin Slit Drum, Likembe, Mbira, Morocco Drum, Nigerian Log Drum, Sakara, Sangban, Sanza, Sistrum, Tama (talking drum), Televi, Tonetang (stir drum), Udu Drums

    CHINA
    Basic Chinese Percussion, Bianzhong, Bo, Chinese Cymbals, Chinese Gongs, Datangu Lion Drum, Pan Clappers, Temple Bells, Temple Blocks

    INDIA
    Basic Indian Percussion, Chenda, Chimta, Chippli, Dafli, Damroo, Dhol, Dholak, Ghatam, Ghungroo, Gong (stinging gong), Hatheli, Kanjeera, Khartal, Khol, Manjeera, Murchang, Mridangam, Naal, Nagara, Pakhawaj, Stir Drum, Tablas, Tamte, Tasha, Tavil, Udaku

    JAPAN
    Chanchiki, Chu-daiko, Daibyoshi, Hira-daiko, Hyoushigi, Ko-daiko, Nagado-daiko, O-daiko, Okawa, Okedo-daiko, Shime-daiko, Tebyoshi, Tsuzumi, Uchiwa-daiko

    OTHER ASIAN REGIONS
    Chabara, Ching, Geduk, Jang Gu, Kesi, Kkwenggwari, Kompang, Luo Gong, Madal, Tangku, Thai Gong, Tibetan Cymbals, Tibetan Singing Bowl, Tibetan Bells, Tingsha

    EUROPE
    Bodhran, Hang Drum, Jaw Harps, Rattle Cog

    LATIN AMERICA
    Afoxe, Agogo Bell, Agogo Block, Atabaque, Berimbau, Bombo, Cuica, Latin Percussion 1, Latin Percussion 2, Rain Stick, Teponaxtli, Tinaja

    MIDDLE EAST
    Arabian Frame Drum, Basic Middle East Percussion, Bendir, Daff, Darabuka, Doira, Duff, Dumbek, Kashiklar, Kudum, Naqqara, Riqq, Tar, Tumbak, Zarb, Zills

    NORTH AMERICA
    Buffalo Drum, Powwow Drum, Native Log Drum, Pueblo Drum (Taos), Spoons, Washboard

    OCEANIA
    Gamelan Balinese: Angklung, Ceng Ceng, Gender, Giying (Ugal), Kantil, Kemong (Kenong), Kendhang, Pemade, Penyacah, Reyong; Gamelan Javanese: Bonang, Gong & Gong Ageng, Kempul, Kempyang, Kenong (Kemong), Ketuk, Pelog Panerus, Saron Barung, Saron Demong, Saron Panerus (Peking), Slendro Panerus, Slentem; Hawaiian Percussion: Basic Hawaiian Percussion, Ipu, Kaekeeke, Kala’au, Lava Stones & Rattles, Pahu Hula, Toere

    String Instruments

    AFRICA
    Begena, Bolon, Domu, Kora, Ngoni

    CHINA
    Choazhou Guzheng, Erhu, Guzheng, Pipa, Yueqin

    INDIA
    Electric Sitar, Sarangi, Sarangi Drone, Sitar, Tambura

    JAPAN
    Koto, Sanshin, Shamisen

    OTHER ASIAN REGIONS
    Dan Tranh, Dan Ty Ba, Gopichand

    EUROPE
    Balalaika, Bulgarska Tambura, Celtic Harp, Fiddle, Hurdy Gurdy, Mandolin, Octave Mandolin, Wire Strung Harp (Clarsach), Zitter

    LATIN AMERICA
    South American Harp (Arpa), Veracruz Harp, Guitarron

    MIDDLE EAST
    Oud, Santoor

    NORTH AMERICA
    Banjo, Banjolele, Dulcimer, Fiddle (see Europe: Strings), Fretless Zither, Hammered Dulcimer (see Middle East: Strings: Santoor), Washtub Bass

    OCEANIA
    Rebab, Tenor Ukulele, Ukulele

    Additional Instruments

    ASIA
    Bullroarer, Harmonium, Khaen Mouth Organ

    EUROPE
    Alphorn, Concertina, Concert Accordian, French Accordian, Italian Mussette Accordian

    LATIN AMERICA
    Bandoneon, Steel Drums

    NORTH AMERICA
    Melodica, Harmonica, Bass Harmonic

    Ensemble Presets

    African Orchestra
    African Night Strings
    Akogo Thumb Band
    Andean Highlands Ensemble
    Appalachian Fold Band
    Balkan Folk Dance Band
    Bluegrass Band
    Caribbean Music Ensemble
    Chinese Orchestra
    Celtic Consort
    Djembe Drumming Ensemble
    Down Under
    Ewe Drumming Ensemble
    Gamelan Bali Orchestra
    Gamelan Java Orchestra
    Global Village 1, Global Village 2
    Gong Gang
    Hawaiian Hulu Hang
    Indian Hindustani Ensemble (North India)
    Indian Carnatic Ensemble (South India)
    Irish Traditional Troupe
    Japanese Taiko Ensemble
    Japanese Traditional (Gagaku)
    Jug & Bottle Band
    Klezmer Gypsy Band
    Malaysian Paluan Ensemble
    Mexican Ranchers Band
    Middle East Takht
    Native Powwow Circle
    Piping Hot
    Renaissance Consort
    Slovakian Shepherd Band
    South East Asia
    Squeezer Pleasers
    Susu Balafon Ensemble
    Thunder Troupe
    Tibetan Mystic Ensemble
    Talking Drums
    Wood World
     

    Building Ensembles

    • Create various sections and groupings – from traditional Chinese orchestras, Gamelan ensembles, Taiko groups, drumming circles – to eclectic Bollywood bands, fold bands, or any group of your choosing.
    • The Ensemble Manager makes it easy to load various pre-configured or user-created templates.
     

    World Instruments System Requirements

    Windows®

    • Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP (SP3 required)
    • Core 2 Duo CPU or later recommended
    • 2 GB RAM recommended. There is a direct correlation between the amount of available RAM and the number of sounds that can be loaded.
    • 3.5 GB of free hard drive space
    • Hard drive speed of at least 7200 RPM recommended
    • Monitor with 1,024×768 resolution or higher
    • A professional sound card compatible with ASIO
    • Internet connection for download version, updates and online registration
    • DVD-ROM drive required for boxed version installation

     

    Macintosh®

    • Mac OS X 10.6 though 10.8
    • Mac Intel CPU (PowerPC not supported)
    • 2 GB RAM recommended. There is a direct correlation between the amount of available RAM and the number of sounds that can be loaded.
    • 3.5 GB of free hard drive space
    • Hard drive speed of at least 7200 RPM recommended
    • Monitor with 1,024×768 resolution or higher
    • A sound card compatible with Core Audio
    • Internet connection for download version, updates and online registration
    • DVD-ROM drive required for boxed version installation

     

    Optional

    • A MIDI interface may be required if you are using a MIDI keyboard. Many keyboards now use USB.
    • The ability to assign controllers within your keyboard, music program, or sequencer is recommended.
    • High-quality speakers and amplifier, or high-quality headphones
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