Sarangi VST / AU / AAX plugin

The SwarPlug synth plugin includes Sarangi and over 100 other perfectly sampled virtual Indian instruments. It can be loaded in most VST, Audio Units and AAX compatible DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations) like Cubase, Logic, Ableton Live, Protools, FL Studio etc... It also comes with lots of ready-made MIDI loops for each instrument.

About Sarangi:

The Sarangi is a bowed, short-necked string instrument played in traditional music from India. Estimated around 70 to 80 cm long, the Instrument has a generally rectangular body and wide fretless neck commonly cut from a single piece of wood.

The Sarangi has a beautiful sound that comes very close to the human voice and can deliver all its subtleties. As such it has always been used in a close relationship with vocal music (be it Dhrupad, Khayal, Thumri, Tappa, Bhajan, or Ghazal) and has generally been liked by performers as a perfect backup. Sarangi players have generally been prepared in old-style music to the degree that some have been the Ustads of well-known singers. The absolute most popular singers of our times were prepared to play Sarangi and later took to vocal music. For instance, Abdul Karim Khan, Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, and Amir Khan, every single renowned singer, initially had a place with the gathering of sarangi players.

Guru Hargobind Sahib Ji introduced Sarangi in India. He was the 6th of the Ten Gurus of Sikhism. He became Guru on the 11th of June 1606, following the strides of his dad, Guru Arjan Dev Ji.

Nowadays, there are a lot of Sarangi Players, but Ustad Sultan Khan is one of the legendary ones. He's a prestigious Indian Sarangi player and artist. He is known for his melodic control and abilities. He is one of the individuals from the Indian combination band Tabla Beat Science, alongside Zakir Hussain and Bill Laswell. He has shown big-time music makers like Sukshinder Shinda and Ram Gopal Varma (Who Has Played It in His Deyyam Film) to play the Sarangi.

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