Free Virtual Sitar For Windows

Syntar is free virtual sitar VST instrument for Windows:

“Syntar is a VST instrument designed to fulfill your every sitar sound requirement.

For best results play with droning continous bass notes and a higher melody line. Built in soft distortion, delay and flanger effects make it easy to tweak the Syntar to fit your style of music perfectly.”

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10 thoughts on “Free Virtual Sitar For Windows

  1. Its not a bad sound, and for that pricetag its obviously pretty awesome.

    Still.. I'm a big sucker for Asian sounds (string, percussion, etc.) and have quite a few in my collection. When it comes to Indian / Sitar sounds then I think (for now anyway) that nothing can top the 'North India' instrument from Native Instruments (easily usable with their free players too).

    This one:
    http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/p

    Don't get me wrong; I'm not dissing this vst in any way. Its a very good sound which I'm sure will please many people. But if you want to nudge up the realism I think you want 'North India' instead.

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  2. Its not a bad sound, and for that pricetag its obviously pretty awesome.

    Still.. I'm a big sucker for Asian sounds (string, percussion, etc.) and have quite a few in my collection. When it comes to Indian / Sitar sounds then I think (for now anyway) that nothing can top the 'North India' instrument from Native Instruments (easily usable with their free players too).

    This one:
    http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/p

    Don't get me wrong; I'm not dissing this vst in any way. Its a very good sound which I'm sure will please many people. But if you want to nudge up the realism I think you want 'North India' instead.

    Like this comment?: Thumb up 0
  3. Its not a bad sound, and for that pricetag its obviously pretty awesome.

    Still.. I'm a big sucker for Asian sounds (string, percussion, etc.) and have quite a few in my collection. When it comes to Indian / Sitar sounds then I think (for now anyway) that nothing can top the 'North India' instrument from Native Instruments (easily usable with their free players too).

    This one:
    http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/p

    Don't get me wrong; I'm not dissing this vst in any way. Its a very good sound which I'm sure will please many people. But if you want to nudge up the realism I think you want 'North India' instead.

    Like this comment?: Thumb up 0
  4. Its not a bad sound, and for that pricetag its obviously pretty awesome.

    Still.. I'm a big sucker for Asian sounds (string, percussion, etc.) and have quite a few in my collection. When it comes to Indian / Sitar sounds then I think (for now anyway) that nothing can top the 'North India' instrument from Native Instruments (easily usable with their free players too).

    This one:
    http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/p

    Don't get me wrong; I'm not dissing this vst in any way. Its a very good sound which I'm sure will please many people. But if you want to nudge up the realism I think you want 'North India' instead.

    Like this comment?: Thumb up 0
  5. Its not a bad sound, and for that pricetag its obviously pretty awesome.

    Still.. I'm a big sucker for Asian sounds (string, percussion, etc.) and have quite a few in my collection. When it comes to Indian / Sitar sounds then I think (for now anyway) that nothing can top the 'North India' instrument from Native Instruments (easily usable with their free players too).

    This one:
    http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/p

    Don't get me wrong; I'm not dissing this vst in any way. Its a very good sound which I'm sure will please many people. But if you want to nudge up the realism I think you want 'North India' instead.

    Like this comment?: Thumb up 0
  6. Its not a bad sound, and for that pricetag its obviously pretty awesome.

    Still.. I'm a big sucker for Asian sounds (string, percussion, etc.) and have quite a few in my collection. When it comes to Indian / Sitar sounds then I think (for now anyway) that nothing can top the 'North India' instrument from Native Instruments (easily usable with their free players too).

    This one:
    http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/products/p

    Don't get me wrong; I'm not dissing this vst in any way. Its a very good sound which I'm sure will please many people. But if you want to nudge up the realism I think you want 'North India' instead.

    Like this comment?: Thumb up 0

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