Impact Soundworks已为Native Instruments Kontakt发行了Ventus民族风系列的第四个标题。潘笛演奏由乔什·普洛特纳（Josh Plotner）演奏，具有罗马尼亚奈（Nai）潘笛的令人回味，令人呼吸的声音和安第斯东洋（Andean Toyo）低音潘笛的令人困扰的音调。
该乐器包括每种乐器15种以上的演奏技巧以及650多个预先录制的乐句。独特，真实的表演是由装饰系统提供的，Impact Soundworks的Total Articulation Control Technology提供了完全可自定义的映射。
Impact Soundworks has launched the fourth title in its Ventus Ethnic Winds series for Native Instruments Kontakt. Pan Flutes is performed by Josh Plotner and features the evocative, breathy sounds of the Romanian Nai pan flute and haunting tones of the Andean Toyo bass pan flute.
The instrument includes over 15 playing techniques per instrument and more than 650 pre-recorded phrases. Unique, authentic performances are courtesy of an ornament system, and Impact Soundworks’ Total Articulation Control Technology offers fully customizable mapping.
Pan flutes (or pan pipes) are instruments that developed independently all over the world, featuring tuned pipes or tubes created from various kinds of wood or reed. For our library, we sampled the versatile Romanian nai, whose beautiful and breathy tone is instantly recognizable from countless film scores and albums. The nai offers a fairly large pitch range compared to many pan flutes, making it ideal as both a melodic and accompanying instrument for many styles.
We paired this instrument with a pan flute from an entirely different region – the powerful, bassy toyo, originating in the Andean Peru and Bolivia. So large is the toyo that it was traditionally played by two people; these performers (usually women), would become musically bonded and play only with each other. The toyo belongs to a greater family of pan flutes known as siku, which in turn gives its name to the musical genre known as sikuri.