Timbal is a Brazilian percussive instrument derived from Caxambu used mainly in the cultural afro-brazilian niche.
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Listen the Sounds of Timbal
No hundreds of effects and loads of knobs which you don’t use. Each effect has been made to enhance the sample intelligently.
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342 Samples. Recorded using Apogee converters and preamps. Everything recorded at 44100Hz, 24bit.
The samples offer from the slightest touch to the strongest attack providing more freedom to create dynamic rhythms and beats.
Use the convolution reverb and create a perfect environment. Unlike other Brazilian libraries each instrument is recorded with dry ambience preserving the real character of the instrument.Mic Placement. 2 microphones were used in different positions. Mix or use the sound you like within the mix.
Full Retail Version of Kontakt 5.6 (or later) Required.
Muletone Audio presents the Brazilian Series. Instruments from Brazil with a unique focus in their playability and their musical language. With an entirely Brazilian production muletone explores each instrument in minute detail. Unlike others libraries the Brazilian Series brings a real depth and perspective of Brazil’s instruments respecting their individual characteristics.
Timbal is a Brazilian percussive instrument derived from Caxambu used mainly in the cultural afro-brazilian niche. It became popular in Brazil during the 90’s with a group called Timbalada founded by musician Carlinhos Brown.
The traditional Timbal has 14 inches in width and 35 inches in height. The instrument has rich harmonics and has great rhythmic power. Very popular with musical genres such as Axé and Pagode. Currently the instrument is also used in other genres like Sertanejo and Pop.
The Timbal was recorded by the excellent musician and composer Marcos Nascimento (Sérgio Pererê/ Tambolelê) exploring rich rhythms from different styles such as Maracatu, Afoxé and Samba Duro.
- Cells (sync)
- Cells (145 bpm)
- Cells 6_8 (sync)
- Cells 6_8 (99 bpm)
- Timbalada (Sync)
- Timbalada (96 bpm)
- Maracatu (sync)
- Maracatu (110 bpm)
- Samba Duro (Sync)
- Samba Duro (120 bpm)
- Afoxé (sync)
- Afoxé (110 bpm)
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