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YangQin (Chinese Dulcimer) is a relatively new member of the Chinese instrument family. It was not until the late Ming Dynasty (mid-17th century) that YangQin started to show up in China. It is well-known that dulcimer was originated from the Persian civilization, but since YangQin's sound character fitted so well to the taste of Chinese mentalite, it soon spread widely, especially in the southern China. Kong Audio faithfully captured and recreated YangQin for modern Chinese composers' unfulfilled needs. System requirements and specs:
  • 270 MB meticulously produced sample sets.
  • Windows XP/VISTA. 512mb RAM. NO 64-bit HOST support. (Can be used in 32-bit hosts under 64-bit Windows OS)
  • Works in VSTi compatible hosts.
  • All samples are recorded in 1-bit/2.8 MHz.
  • ChineeYangQin (in C) contains various types of legato, rolls and back-striking playing techniques. The note range is from A2¿¿¿A6.
  • ChineeYangQin is priced at 60 USD.
For more info: http://www.chineekong.com/chineeyangqin.htm Audio Demo: http://www.chineekong.com/Demo/YangQin_Demo_YRJ.mp3 Special Offer: For a limited time (till July 17th), any new customer of the ESSENTIAL CHINA or the INSTANT CHINA pack can get ChineeYangQin with a deep discount of 50 off the pricetag.
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