Tag Archives: Classical Chinese instruments

Kong Audio – Chineewinds v1.8.4 (VST) [Win x86]

By | October 15, 2016

  ChineeWinds is a sample based Chinese “Dizi”. Dizi (bamboo flute) has been a traditional and popular instrument in China for many centuries and as an essential Chinese instrument, it is still widely used today. It can be heard everywhere ranging from modern Chinese film scores, to modern Chinese pop music (e.g. 12 Girls Band). There are many… Read More »

Kong Audio – ChineeHuLuSi v1.0.1 (VST) [Win x86]

By | October 15, 2016

ChineeHuluSi: The Riveting Bottle Gourds from the South of Clouds. HuluSi is a free-reed wind instrument from China. “Hulu” is the Chinese name for bottle gourd; “Si”, silk, is used here to describe the unrelenting characteristic of HuluSi’s vibrating tail tone. The history of HuluSi is not well documented other than that it may have been used by… Read More »

Kong Audio – Chinee GuQin v1.0 (VST) [Win x86]

By | October 15, 2016

ChineeGuQin is a sample-based emulation of a GuQin. “The Vivacious Vessel of Harmony” GuQin is among the few most distinctive and representative classical Chinese instruments ever. The written record of it can be traced back to at least 3,000 years ago. It’s a zither similar to GuZheng, but since GuQin does not have bridges, it is far more… Read More »