Ilya Efimov Armenian Duduk (Kontakt)

The Duduk is a traditional Armenian woodwind instrument for Kontakt (Native Insruments), originating in the fifth century. The sound of the duduk, if not the instrument itself, has become widely known through its use in popular film soundtracks. Starting with Peter Gabriel's score for Martin Scorsese's “The Last Temptation of Christ”, the duduk's sound has been employed in a variety of genres to depict archaic and mournful moods.


Ilya Efimov Armenian Duduk part 1

Ilya Efimov Armenian Duduk part 2

Ilya Efimov Armenian Duduk part 3

Ilya Efimov Armenian Duduk part 4

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- 656 Mb compressed samples / 24-bit / 44.1 kHz / Stereo 
- 3 Types of legato: normal/slow/porta. 
- 3 Modes of legato performance 
- Natural dynamic controlled by ModWheel 
- Controllable natural vibrato 
- Use any articulation during legato. 
- 3 Crescendo: slow/normal/fast 
- Natural expression/release sounds 
- Two Staccato types 
- Detune Vibrato keys 
- Slide-ups 
- Five types of mordents 
- Forshlags 
- Reassignable keyswitches, CC and much more. 
- Extremely user-friendly in both live and studio applications!

- Native Instruments full retail Kontakt +4.2.4 or Kontakt 5 
- Windows 7 or 8, Intel Core Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2, 4 GB 
- Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 or 10.8, Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB 
- 2 GB free disk space.


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