Chinese Sheng, Lao Jaen and Japanese Shaw are three very similar instruments with a common ancestor. They were traditionally made of bamboo, aluminum of the east, from the 14th century BC.
Sound is created both when inhaling and exhaling – both in a western organ.
By controlling his breathing, the player can maintain an almost endless steady sound, characteristic of the Japanese sho technique, or a fast rhythmic pulse, characteristic of Kaen’s performance.
Sound is created by both inhaling and exhaling – as with a western mouth-organ.
By controlling his breath the player can keep an almost endless sustained sound, characteristic of Japanese Sho technique, or a quick rhythmic pulsing, typical of Khaen performance.
24 bit 96 kHz sampling.
3 GB library with Kontakt NCW compression
Dynamic pressure modeling
Breath direction sample modelling
Microtune module with tuning presets
Custom effects insert chain
Custom IR reverb processor with Soniccouture IR library
30 Sound Design snapshot presets
Kontakt Player + NKS compatible. Requires Kontakt 5.6.8