Best Service Peking Opera Percussion - Virtual Instrument (Download)

BH #BE71788 • MFR #71788
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Best Service Peking Opera Percussion - Virtual Instrument (Download)
Key Features
  • Bundle of Chinese Percussion Instruments
  • 3GB Sample Library
  • 44.1 kHz / 24-Bit
  • 2 Microphone Positions & Dry/Wet Control
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Useful for adding a Far Eastern flavor to music projects, Peking Opera Percussion from Best Service delivers layered Chinese percussion instruments in four categories: Jingda, Drum, Bell, and Cymbal/Gong. The sounds were sampled using traditional and frequently-employed Chinese percussion articulations. Various instruments in this collection have been sampled with up to sixteen velocity layers to ensure a faithfully dynamic reproduction.
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Best Service Peking Opera Percussion Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Instruments
  • 3Drums
  • 4Bells
  • 5Cymbals and Gongs

Useful for adding a Far Eastern flavor to music projects, Peking Opera Percussion from Best Service delivers layered Chinese percussion instruments in four categories: Jingda, Drum, Bell, and Cymbal/Gong. The sounds were sampled using traditional and frequently-employed Chinese percussion articulations. Various instruments in this collection have been sampled with up to sixteen velocity layers to ensure a faithfully dynamic reproduction.

The graphic user interface assists you in learning how the actual instruments look in relation to how they produce sound. Drum layers are mapped with a roll crossfade, which can be controlled via MIDI controller CC1 for reproducing a realistic crescendo, and all layers feature both close and room microphone positions, with a dry/wet control to adjust the balance between them.

Instruments

Jingda
Two sets of Peking Opera Percussion which include Bangu, Ban, Muyu, Gong, and Cymbal. MIDI files contain a lower section of new grooves made by composer Zhang Jian, while the higher section are traditional grooves, including various intros and endings, which can be used to reproduce the Peking Opera scene
Jingda Wen
Percussion set is lower in pitch, which is commonly used in non-action-type scenes
Jingda Wu
Percussion set is higher in pitch and is often used for action, fight, or similar kinds of scenes

Drums

Weifeng Kit
Popular Chinese drum set for use in ceremonies, during holiday, or evening entertainment
Drum Set
Full drum set including all solo and ensemble samples
Jiangu Solo
A four-foot-high drum, timpani-like in shape, played by one player with three hit positions on the drum skin, plus stick (left and right), rim (left and right), double/triple hits, mute
Jiangu 5P
Big drum ensemble, played by five players with two hit positions on the drum skin, plus stick, rim (fast and slow), double/triple hits, mute
Huapengu Solo
Smaller Chinese drum with a flowerpot shape, played by a single player with three hit positions on the drum skin, plus stick, rim, double/triple hits, mute (left and right)
Huapengu 5P
Huapen drum ensemble, played by five players with two hit positions on the drum skin, plus stick, rim (fast and slow), double/ triple hits, mute
Paigu
Set of small drums, totaling twelve pieces, include one shot and their roll crossfade

Bells

Bianzhong
An important instrument in ancient China's ritual and court music. This instrument is sampled from a replica of the original Bianzhong, Marquis Yi of Zeng. The instrument has three rows and some bells have identical pitches on different rows, each producing a different tone
Qing
Set of small bell-type percussion

Cymbals and Gongs

Gong Luo
Four gongs with various sizes and pitches
Cymbal Cha
Two different-sized cymbals
Cymbal Naobo
Two different cymbals with different sizes
Miscellaneous Gongs
Variety of gongs from different Chinese regions
Yunluo
Small gong-set, each with a fixed pitch that can be used to play melody lines and sampled with two kinds of drum sticks
Shimianluo
Gong set placed on a wood rack, with ten different gongs at varying pitches, mainly used to produce excited atmospheres

Best Service Peking Opera Percussion Specs

General
Sound TypeOrchestral
Supported Plug-In FormatsAU, VST
Standalone OperationNo
Visual Impairment SupportNo
System Requirements
Supported Operating SystemsWindows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10
macOS 10.8
macOS 10.9
macOS 10.1
macOS 10.11
Memory RequirementWindows, Mac:
2 GB
CPU RequirementMac:
2 GHz Intel and Faster  
Windows:
Intel Pentium and Faster  
3 GHz AMD Athlon XP and Faster  
Internet Connection RequiredYes
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