MATRIXSYNTH: Suzuki Waraku - the forgotten Japanese synth harp

Monday, November 30, 2020

Suzuki Waraku - the forgotten Japanese synth harp


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Suzuki Waraku on eBay | on Reverb

"In which I demo the beautiful Suzuki Waraku, a rather unknown instrument from 1989 made for the classical Japanese market. Though played with a plectrum and strings, it uses samples to imitate the sound of a Taishōgoto and other traditional Japanese instruments. Originally made for practice, it has both a unique sound is a beautiful MIDI controller you can play in tandem with modern synths."

1 comment:

  1. Next up: the electric hurdygurdy. As soon as someone finds one. I could put it next to my electro-acoustic krum horn. For those Viking charges in Ultimate Epic Battle Simulator.

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