Big Fish Audio – Roots of the Middle East & North Africa (wav)

By | August 9, 2016

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Continuing in the finest ethnic percussion series available, we’ve added another to our highly acclaimed, world-renown Roots series. Roots of the Middle East & North Africa takes you on a journey to countries like Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Libya, Tunisia, Morocco and more. The most authentic percussion hits and rhythms, straight from these regions, are sure to add the truest sound to any traditional or classic production as well as give dance tracks a flare that is otherwise unattainable. From adding authenticity to a movie score to creating genuine music, you’ve got to get back to your Roots. “Add a touch of Eastern pzang to your grooves with this well thought-out & brilliantly executed collection.” 9 out of 10 – Computer Music

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Adani (from the Adan region, Yemen)
Ayoub Baladi (“country” or from the countryside)
Bambi
Daholla
Derbake
Hits
Karachi
Katakofti
Katem
Khaligi (“Gulf”, i.e. Persian Gulf)
Maksoum (“divided”, i.e. common time or 4/4)
Maksoum
Malfouf (“twisted”)
Mazhar
Merjana
Moroccan
Riq
Rumba
Sayidi
Semmayi Darej (“prevalent,” i.e. common or standard)
Shafta
Sudasi
Tabl
Taowyan
Taweel (“long”)
Tayaran
Waltz
Wihdi
Zaffe (“clap,” used in wedding music)

 

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