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A special collection with 5 Amazonian flutes.
Flauta Cotia is a female flute made of Paxiúba wood. Made by a native Tarian called Caribaia. It is used to initialize de Dance of Cotia, in the rituals in the Alto Rio Negro.
Flauta de Jupati uses a similar system found on Vuvuzela and has its rod made from the wood of the Jupati tree.
Flauta Dupla is adapted by the natives from the Greek flute named Aulus. It consists of two flutes played at the same time.
Flauta indigena is a traditional flute played by different natives across the Amazon.
Flauta com Cariço, also called Tarúzupá, which means "a flute that plays any time of day'. This is an instrument used widely wether there are festivities or not.
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Installed size: 305 MB
OSX 10.10 or later, Intel Core 2 Duo
Windows 7, 8 or 10. Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64
Full Retail Version Kontakt 6 (or later) Required
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In the same way that music breaks down barriers, we want your help to transcend distance and make you witness how beneficial your help has been to those in need.
For every single instrument purchased, 10% is donated for social causes, animal shelters, Brazilian natives, the musicians and people affected by COVID-19.
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This instrument is part of the AMA I collection.
The instruments that comprise AMA I were consciously selected as the instruments that most highlight the cultural and religious traditions of the Amazonian tribes. Recorded in the depths of the Amazon rainforest in a studio located in the city of Manaus, we captured every sound emitted by these instruments, guaranteeing a powerful tool for composers and producers looking for a professional, unique, and authentic sound for their music.
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