VSL Vienna Instruments: Marimbaphone
Marimbaphone Virtual Instrument
The marimbaphone (or just "marimba") consists of wooden bars of various lengths which are arranged according to their pitch in scales, very similarly to the keys of a piano.
Compared to the xylophone, the marimbaphone is larger with a key range of five octaves (from bass to alto), and its wood bars are thinner and softer, resulting in a warm and pleasing sound.
Since the 1950s it has become a standard instrument in contemporary music.
This instrument was played not only with various mallets (very soft, medium soft, hard, extra hard) but also with handles, fingers, fingernails, a superball, and a string bow.
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- Download File Size: 1.1 GB
- Installed File Size: 2.7 GB
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