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    Tonehammer Cajongo KONTAKT

    Team SUNiSO | 11 Oct 2009 | Size: 872.56 MB

    The history behind the upcoming Tonehammer Cajongo (combination of Cajon and Bongo) is actually one of darkness and despair. The Slaves of West and Central African origin are considered to be the origin of the Cajon drum, which is essentially a wooden box with a thin sheet of wood nailed on as the sixth side acting as the striking surface. The Cajon is a highly featured instrument in Cuban music, which also traditionally contains the bongo. The Bongo was also brought from magesy download Africa to Cuba by the slaves and both are often featured in salsa, rumba,changui and other traditional styles.

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    FEATURES:

    • * Core instruments/articulations:
    • o Cajon and Bongo combined ensemble (Fingers, Brushed, Muted, Sticks, Scraps) (dry)
    • o Cajon Ensemble (Fingers, Brushed, Sticks, Scraps) (dry)
    • o Bongo Ensemble (Fingers, Brushed, Sticks, Scraps) (dry)
    • o Bongo set 1 (Fingers, Brushed, Sticks, Scraps) (dry)
    • o Bongo set 2 (Fingers, Brushed, Sticks, Scraps) (dry)
    • o Bongo set 3 (Brushed, sticks) (dry)
    • o Bongo set 4 – Studio (Fingers, Brushed) (wet)
    • o Cajon set 1 without snare (Hands, Brushed, Sticks, Mallets) (dry)
    • o Cajon set 2 without snare – Studio (Hands) (wet)
    • o Cajon set 3 with snare (Hands, Brushed, Sticks, Mallets) (dry)
    • o Cajon set 4 with snare – Studio (Hands) (wet)
    • o Bonus: Clap ensemble, snap ensemble, stick ensemble (dry)

    Tonehammer Cajongo KONTAKT-SUNiSO
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