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OK this is on the table … What are the two names of the drums on the table??
Other Names for small table siddha or Dayan …. The Board is the main drum, the music of northern India. It is actually a pair of drums played with the fingers and wrists both hands. The right hand, smaller drum is called acute table, and the left hand or dagga Bayan. The game between the hands of a battery can produce a wide range different heights and colors of sound. The Bayan is particularly weak because reconize, "obscured" the pitch of the sound effects and colorful
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Korg Wavedrum Review
Every once in a while a musical product comes along that changes the way you play and inspires you with new and exciting ideas. The Korg Wavedrum, without exception delivers in this category. It is important to view the Korg Wavedrum as its own instrument. This is really a self contained percussion instrument and has enough functionality to stand on its own.The Korg Wavedrum delivers sounds that, at times, seem they are from another dimension and keep you entertained for hours on end. Its hard to wipe the smile off your face when you begin playing the Wavedrum. When you first play this instrument take the time go through the preset sounds and explore the dynamic capabilities. It is virtually impossible to not come away impressed. The authenticity of the Wavedrum’s preset sounds are astounding. There is a slew of standard percussion instruments as well as some rare ones.
The creative boundlessness of the Wavedrum really comes alive when you begin to edit the individual algorithms. The programming options for the Wavedrum are vast to say the least. In order to fully harness the editing capabilities of the Wavderum it is worth consulting the manual. By learning the value of what you are adjusting you will be able to better recreate any sounds you have in mind. One of my favorite presets is the Korg Wavedrum’s amazing Tabla sounds. The Tabla algorithm authentically recreates the two drums of Indian music. The Tabla and the Baya. The Wavedrum’s Tabla sound is created by using the fingers to mute one area of the head while another area of the Wavedrum’s head is struck. The characteristic of the Baya is produced by using your wrist to apply pressure to the head while your fingers stroke the head. This should give you some insight into just how dynamic and sensitive the Wavedrum is. It is really amazing how closely the Wavedrum mimics the action of real Tabla.
Within the Tabla algorithm the following parameters can be edited, allowing the user full customization: common, head calibration, rim calibration, Baya pitch, Baya level, Baya decay, bend curve, damping, shell pitch, shell damping and shell decay. As you can see the sound possibilities with this one algorithm alone are enormous.
Lets take a look at the positives and negatives of the Korg Wavedrum:
- It is all about the sonic capabilities of the Korg Wavedrum. Simply a mind blowing array of sound possibilities.
- 13″ diameter
- 5 Bolt head in which tension can be adjusted
- The playing feel of the Korg Wavedrum is truly amazing. Does not feel like an edrum.
- The sensitivity of the Wavedrum is actually unbelievable. It truly captures every stroke as a real drum would. The Wavedrum is super dynamic and accurate.
- 100 loop phrases that you can play along with. (very fun!)
- The Korg Wavedrum’s new price tag is way more enticing than the previous model.
- Holds 200 Patches (100 User and 100 Factory Sounds)
- You can play the Korg Wavedrum’s head and rim area.
- Great for rhythmically inclined musicians as well as drummers. The Korg Wavedrum can be easily implemented and enjoyed by pros and amateurs. Also, the Wavedrum is a great tool for other instrumentalist for adding color to their recordings.
- Wide range of parameters for adjusting and creating your own unique sounds.
- The Korg Wavedrum is extremely easy to carry and transport weighing only 4.4 lbs.
- There is a bit of a learning curve when creating your own unique sounds. Not of the charts difficult, but you will have to consult the manual for some functions.
- The Korg Wavedrum manual can get almost a little too detailed. I think the majority of users will more or less stumble upon there own unique favorite sounds as opposed to scientifically arriving there. Nevertheless, all the info is there if you want to delve that deeply.
- No MIDI , Perhaps the Korg Wavedrum team wanted to emphasize that this is a stand alone instrument and not a trigger.
In Summary, The Korg Wavedrum is an instrument that can be beneficial to a wide range of musicians. If you have any sense of rhythm at all, it would be difficult for you not to enjoy yourself immensely. You can really take the Wavedrum as far as you want to. If you are a more casual user and want to just use the preset instrument emulations you will love this instrument. However, if you are more inclined to create your own sounds that have never been heard before, the Korg Wavedrum is perfect for you.
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im Indian music music making can someone give me a brief description, including including – The role exists at all – all the changes in the instrument – the story of the writing of the sitar, tanpura / Tanbura, sarod, tabla, harmonium and plz Shenhar could be in a chart each instrument
I think you can find all the information you need if you google or wikipedia
Bosensation Pt Jayanta Bose on Harmonium, Pt Kumar Bose on Tabla & Pt Debojyoti Bose on Sarod
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I heard this song on the radio this morning, but lost name. It was a lounge, downtempo kind of song, a kind of fusion of Indian influence. Tables and flutes, and all this blows room typical living. There was a female voice repeating the words in Hindi "aa ja BHI" in some parts of the song. I tried to find him, but could not find a number of Bollywood songs with the letters "aa ja BHI "…. any body know the song?? please help!
Tell you about this song? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dCX7UO1164
Zakir Hussain Tabla & Taal Demonstration – Part 2 of 4
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Use of the ceremonial drums to the mountain of unique interior design
Because I love southwest decorating, I recently added ceremonial drums as part of the rustic Southwest my new home. I was so impressed by the beautiful, southwest of the impression that led Native drums to my house, I began to learn about the history and the role that influence indigenous cultures. If you're like me, you've probably seen how much of the drums Aboriginal ceremonial culture, but aware of their importance in tribal ceremonies or exactly how they are used. Each tribe is unique in how they use ceremonial drums, but the similarity between each tribe is that the drums are very symbolic and indigenous part of the main axis of the ceremony. Throughout my studies, I just found out that learning about these drums truly gives a great understanding of indigenous culture and customs.
When you start studies on ceremonial drums, it will be very interesting that people think of Aboriginal sacred ceremonial drum. Usually used in assemblies, shamanic ceremonies and ceremonies to honor enter contact with the spirits and connect with their Creator. It is estimated that each drum has a spirit and that the drumbeat: the heartbeat of Mother Nature. Given that drum is considered to connect people with the world mind and bring the healer to help his people, you see that are commonly used by traditional healers or shamans to enter the state of mind known as shamanic journeying, to communicate with spirits.
Furthermore, when considering the importance of ceremonial drums in culture modern, you will find that Native Indian drums play an important role in the preservation of Indian tribes as the Tarahumara. Manufacture and sale of barrels Paperback given the opportunity to earn a living by selling handicrafts and cultural trade hands, and helps expand knowledge and traditions of their culture who buy them. The drum making knowledge, passed down from generation to generation in these tribes, teaches the drum makers how to make lasting ceremonial drums and long term elements of the Earth and the environment around them such as pine wood and leather.
Today, indigenous Indian drums are not only used in indigenous ceremonies as indigenous groups such as drums and musical instruments of India, but are also gaining popularity as decorative art, tools used in music classes and school, as well as fabrics for the projects and American Indian art, paintings from India. Certain types of drums ceremony also used as furniture and decoration style of the southwest of the West, such as drums, powwow drums on pedestal tables are used as rustic decor. Today, it is very easy to find these unique native American ceremonial drums online and in stores that sell southwestern decor, western and rustic. However you choose to use your ceremonial drum, either by percussion or for decorating your home, no doubt attracted by the charm and simplistic style Western of ceremonial drums.
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Craig Chambers is the director of Mission Del Rey and author offering free information online about how to use ceremonial drums for drumming circles and for chic southwestern home decorating. For more information visit http://www.missiondelrey.com
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Tips for Being a good teacher drump
Battery in the same ranks as one of the coolest, fun, play instruments. Them are an almost indispensable part of popular music – better yet, nothing better than coming home after a hard day and your drum Blues Away!
So you want to be a drummer, but not knowing where to start? Do not worry, here are some of our suggestions for you to become a good drummer:
Now play the drum! Good luck!
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