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Lao Khaen

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This is a soundfont of an instrument from Laos and Northeast Thailand, a free-reed aerophone known as the "Khaen". It is part of a family of instruments known as mouth organs. All the samples were recorded from a real acoustic instrument and then tuned and mixed. The "percussive" version of the soundfont came about when playing around editing, and has a sound similar to a percussive organ, with a vibraphone-like start to each note. The "regular" Khaen is less edited and closer to the sound of an original Khaen.

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Shared by Steven Reilly
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Khaen (percussive).sf2 (, 2.8 MB)

The Khaen with a vibraphone-like start to each note (similar to percussive organ)

Khaen (regular).sf2 (, 2.81 MB)

The Khaen, less edited and thus closer to the original sound source.

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