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Description: An emulation of a four-stringed Mountain Dulcimer instrument.
The mountain dulcimer is a four stringed instrument usually played on the lap, by strumming or
picking with the right hand and fretting with the left. It is normally diatonic, with the frets creating a
major (or it? s relative minor) scale. The tuning is most often D-A-D, with the two highest strings
close together and in unison. When the instrument is strummed, the high strings can be used to
play melody, while the low strings drone. Or, chords can be formed and strummed guitar style.
Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer
for Kontakt 3/4 (Full Version) and Akai S5000
24-bit and 16-bit versions included.
Picked, fingerpicked, and strummed versions
Create any strummable chords and automate them with StrumMaker.
Download Mountain Dulcimer $ 30
A full version of Kontakt 3 or 4 is required to use this library.