Kabak kemane is a classical Turkish instrument with roots in Central Asia. It is widely used in the Aegean region of Turkey within folk music. The name is also known as Kabak, Rebap & Rubaba. It shares the same roots with the Gijek instrument of the Turcomans in Central Asia and Kamancha in Azerbaijan. The body of the instrument is made of pumpkin or coconut, the face is made of leather and it usually has two or three strings. The bow is usually made of horse hair. Kabak Kemane has different shapes in different regions of Turkey. As the instrument dont have any frets, any chromatic intervals or comas can be produced.
The range of the instrument is 2.5 octave. For long years this string instrument preserved its authenticity and vibrated its sound within different environments.This is a session recording package of over 500 MB of 24 bit Wav samples of the Kabak Kemane, a classical Turkish instrument with roots in Central Asia.
The package contains long walks, loops, phrases, one shots and processed tasters.
This is a session recording package of over 500 MB of 24 bit Wav samples of the Kabak Kemane, a classical Turkish instrument with roots in Central Asia.