Free for limited time, Oriental Toolkit Refill by Httmusic

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Post 19 Nov 2022

Really nice loops of Arab and Middle Eastern music - Free for a limited time (normally $39)
Oriental Toolkit is a set of loops for popular Arabic and Middle Eastern beats.
700+ MB carefully selected to construct rich tracks with Maksoom and other popular styles.
Loops include Doholla Doff Darbuka and Riq in multi format to cover all popular software and samplers.
WAV format is recorded in 3 to 4 different tempos to minimize stretching problems.
REX and Reason refills to fit any tempo, loops are sliced with accuracy to fit tempo from 50 to 200 with the same technique used for HTP styles.
Also EXS and Sound Font formats included with the midi files necessary to follow the song tempo.
Main Features:

Modern and traditional styles by top players.
Original loops for MAC and Windows OS.
WAV, REX, Refill, EXS and Sound Font
Loops are grouped by style for fast access.
Doholla, Doff, Darbuka and Riq.
More than 700 MB in various formats.
WAV loops recorded in 4 tempos.
Every slice programmed with its own sustain and release.
Midi files included for EXS and SF2 loops.




Also, I see that Orientech ($49) is also free now.
https://www.httmusic.com/orientech-k.html



Also 30% off sale sitewide until 11/30

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Post 19 Nov 2022

Thanks for the headsup.
Reason12, Win10

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Post 19 Nov 2022

Sika Oriental Scale is also free, and the rest of the products are 30 percent off until the end of the month.
https://soundcloud.com/moneykube-qube/s ... d-playlist
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Post 19 Nov 2022

hello,

@moneykube:

the only way i could get the 'sika oriental' is 32 bit windows

any way to get the 64 bit?

i'm on windows 7

cheers,

j
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Post 19 Nov 2022

littlejam wrote:
19 Nov 2022
hello,

@moneykube:

the only way i could get the 'sika oriental' is 32 bit windows

any way to get the 64 bit?

i'm on windows 7

cheers,

j
I find that issue a tad strange. I just downloaded it and opened the Sika.nki file in Kontakt 6 last update before 7 came out> within reason 11 on Mac Catalina> it plays. if it was 32 bit, you would think it would not play at all. I see no option for downloads other then a Kontakt version. It is the first I have heard of this company and found this looking at the products> so I am not sure what is happening with your download... try the download again perhaps?... I don't see anything indicating 32 bit, but did notice the following specs when rechecking the page (perhaps it does not work on windows? which is again strange to me, since generally Kontakt instruments work on both platforms)
"System requirements
Kontakt Sampler V5.5 or higher.
Mac OS X 10.9 or newer.
Windows 7,8 or 10
4GB of RAM (8GB recommended).
Full retail version of Kontakt 5.5 or later required, free Kontakt player is not supported."

( perhaps it knows I am on a Mac and I do not see the windows version because of that?)
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Post 19 Nov 2022

hello,

@moneykube:

i have not tried loading up 'sika.nki' folder in R10 / windows 7 yet
but the samples do work
so i am happy

very nice sounds, indeed

thank you

j
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