Listen to some audio demos
|Sidewalk||Dürbeck & Dohmen|
|All About That Bass||Till Metzner|
|Red Knob||Marc Rohles|
|Gimbralla Bap||Eric van Gent|
This is what you get
The emphasis was mainly on capturing the notes in a very realistic and organic way. We recorded all main articulations with a cool condenser in four round robins and three velocity layers.
A very realistic strumming engine that perfectly simulates the velvety and shimmering strumming of the Mountain Dulcimer. It is a unique feature with a Strumming Speed Slider that mimics the speed of the hand and drone option.
Eight Reverb Types
Besides several different sizes, you get special types such as "Infinite" and "Ghost".
We recorded the Gimbri in many different and unique articulations to provide a broad spectrum of sound possibilities. Each of them is useful for a different kind of musical style:
What is a Gimbri?
The Gimbri, also known as sintir or guembri, allegedly originated in Guinea and was brought to Morocco by the Gnawa people. They primarily used the deep rhythmic melodies played on the Gimbri as part of ceremonies and healing rituals. Today, the Gimbri is mainly popular in Moroccan Ghaabi, an upbeat style of music often played in streets, cafes, weddings and festivals.