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Digital Stereo Recording of Traditional Malaysian Musical Instruments
This paper offers details of the recording techniques, editing processes, and subsequent analyses of the wave samples of traditional Malaysian musical instruments. The samples are used for a multi-media project. One of the project's outcomes includes a bank of digital samples of the indigenous instruments, for musicians and composers to use with conventional triggering devices such as keyboards, computers or drum triggers. The paper also includes a discussion of Malaysian instrument classification and brief analyses of contemporary Malaysian musical culture.
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