Vande Mataram (Indian National Song) Syntheway Virtual Sitar, Harmodion (Harmonium) VST Instrumental
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Published on Aug 11, 2012
http://syntheway.net - Vande Mataram* (Indian National Song) instrumental demo, using the Syntheway Virtual Sitar (http://sitar.syntheway.net) and Harmodion VSTi software in "Harmonium" mode http://harmodion.syntheway.net and a bit of Percussion Kit (http://percussion.syntheway.net)
Syntheway Virtual Sitar is a VST instrument designed to emulate the Indian Sitar, mastered sitar samples recorded with special equipment in a low noise environment. Full length sustain, no loops (natural decay).
Harmodion is a Drawbar organ and a free-reed aerophone instrument emulation, such as Reed organ, Harmonium, Accordion and Bandoneon among others.
It uses Additive Synthesis allowing to manipulate harmonically the sine waveform components to produce pitched sounds, as well as to individually detune those components to produce inharmonic timbres
- 9 Drawbars. By sliding drawbars in or out, the user can mix various pitches and create the richly distinctive sounds of an electric organ or of a free reed aerophone instrument.
- The Additive synthesis constructs complex sounds by controlling the level of individual sine-wave components. The sound can be reshaped by alterations made to timbre. A harmonic sound could be restructured to sound inharmonic, and vice versa.
- The rich harmonic content of their sound allows to generate the widest palette of tonal variations for Drawbar organs, Reed organs and Squeezeboxes emulations.
- Vibrato effect.
- Adjustable Key Click simulation to add the percussive effect for distinctive organ sounds and button click noise in Accordion and Bandoneon presets.
- Configurable Drive level. Accomplished by clipping the input signal, this effect adds sustain and additional harmonics and overtones to the signal, creating a richer sound.
- 32 Presets available for a wide range of genres from blues, jazz, gospel and rock styles to folk, ethnic and popular music.
List: - Drawbar Organ - Orgue de la Chapelle - Vibratone (Reed Aerophone) - Flute Organ - Tan-Go (Tango Accordion) - Fantasy Organ - Squeeze Accordion - Organphone - Harmonica - Overdrive Organ - Harmonium - Reed Organ - Calliope Circus Organ - Soft Organ - Percussive Organ - Hard Overdrive Organ - Odd Organ - Accordion - Hammondish B3 - Bandoneón - Rock Organ - Elektro-Orgel - Pure Organ - Blues Organ - Dirty Organ - Rotary Organ - Metalized Rock Organ - Telharmonium (Dynamophone) - Flutina Accordion - VibraphOrgan
- Full MIDI Automation.
- Use these Syntheway VST plugins in your favourite DAW MIDI Sequencer host like: FL Studio, Ableton Live, Cakewalk SONAR X1, Steinberg Cubase, Nuendo, PreSounus 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: http://syntheway.com/vstcompatiblehos... )
- 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.
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.
Linux Operating System Requirements: Please see instructions at: http://linux.syntheway.net
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* Vande Mataram is a poem from the famed novel Anandamath which was written by Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay in 1882. It was written in Bengali and Sanskrit.
It is a hymn to Goddess Durga, identified as the national personification of India.
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