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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Voices Of The Aztecs [WAV]

Voices Of The Aztecs [WAV]

Voices of the Aztecs is a full compilation of Aztec instruments, loops, and vocals. These samples were recorded in Mexico from archeological artifacts dating back as far as 800 years ago. With their language forgotten, their customs were transformed and their music was banned. But the instruments survived.

The Aztec culture has become one of the most enigmatic and mysterious of ancient civilizations. Now, the first time ever delivered to the public, Q Up Arts announced The Voices of the Aztecs instrument and sample library. This library

The library is categorized by elements: The Thunder, The Seed, The Wind, The River, The Heartbeat, The Song, The Word. From the big Huehuetl drum to the smallest of Ocarinas, all of the sounds are unique. Water drums and wooden percussion, clay flutes and incredible sound of the seashell horn all remind us of a distant culture that disappeared 400 years ago. Voices of the Aztecs also includes Nahuatl poems recited by Santos de la Cruz, a poet of Aztec descent. The booklet included offers a cultural history of the Aztecs

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