Swar Systems, the vanguard in Indian music software, has just released a new sequencer primarily designed for both modern and traditional music from the Indian subcontinent.
Swar Studio includes both Indian and Western virtual instruments to allow users to recreate their favorite film song from past or present days (or their own compositions) without the need of any additional tool and for a fraction of the cost of a full-fledged home studio.
Swar Studio in a glance:
Built-in virtual instruments:
Accordion, Bansuri, Bass, Bells, Brass Section, Brightness, Cello, Chimta, Choir Aahs, Clean Guitar, Dhol, Dholak, Drums, Duff, Duggis, Electric Bass, Electric Guitar, Ghatam, Guitar, Gunghroo, Harmonium, Manjeera, Piano, Santoor, Sarod, Saxophone, Sitar, Slap Bass, Strings Ensemble, Tabla, Tambourines, Tanpura, Trumpet, Tumbi, Vibraphone, Violin.
Retail price: $69. More at www.swarsystems.com