> Safwan Matni :
Baglama+
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Baglama+ - Baglama
A dynamic Baglama VSTi with quarter tones.



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  V 1.0


 

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Apr 28 2015
  Mostel
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  0  / 5
I play baglama saz, chogur saz and divan saz. This sounds nothing like them.
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Oct 15 2014
  rami
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  5  / 5
It is very good
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Aug 04 2014
  Green Cow
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  0  / 5
The sound is VERY poor! I play many actual Eastern instruments & this... simply isn't any good at all! I have a piano VST that came with my DAW, that can actually do a far better Baglama sound than this
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Jul 17 2013
  Sphongled
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  ?  / 5
GREAT!!! Finally I can make psychedelic trance with baglama :D
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Mar 18 2013
  odysseus
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  1  / 5
Not the best vsti but if you are so desperate, it can be used.
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Sept 19 2012
  janice
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  ?  / 5
It doesn't sound like the real thing. It's not light enough but it's not bad. Can you improve it?
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Aug 21 2012
  Anonymous
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  ?  / 5
Maybe it doesn't sound 100% like the real thing, but at least to my ears it sounds good, and it has quarter tones! That's great!
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Jun 28 2012
  Andromeda
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  1  / 5
Of course baglama (saz) is Turkish instrument PERIOD!!! By the way trust me baglama sound not like that. I don't like this vst because sound like rubber band guitar with vibrato fx :(
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Jun 16 2012
  Anonymous
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  4  / 5
Bağlama is Turkish instrument. Cahit Berkay, Aşık Veysel are good players.
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Jul 14 2011
  KevRAW
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  5  / 5
Simple as a single instrument has to be. Sounds great. Quatertone addition is a very nice feature. Well done & Thanks for that one.
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May 30 2011
  Nirmal
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  ?  / 5
Can you give me some idea about this instrument??? Where it originates????
TURKISHMAN
Jun 28 2011
Mr. Nirmal, this is Turkish music instrument !
RedOnemusicproducer
Aug 30 2011
No this is Armenian instrument.
Bosnian
Nov 11 2011
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ba%C4%9Flama . It says alot about Turkey, but nothing about Armenia... funny... Its balkan instrument, mainly in bosnia, turkey, but uses in near regions too. Not armenian.
ufo
Sept 18 2013
Hi guys, you're all right and wrong at the same time. The instrument has no national belonging. It's like saying that tomatoes are spanish just because there is some good tomatoes in spain. The word baglama is turkish and means "tie". It referes to the frets beeing tied to the neck of the instrument. You can find this instrument or related instruments (such as Bouzouki, Dutar, Tar, Tanbura...) originating from central asia.
Haluk
Oct 03 2013
This is an Anatolian instrument, and it's used by Turks and Armenians and other people around the area. It belongs to lovers and poets not nationals. Forget about what Armenian church and Turkish nationals say. We all belong to Anatolia as one being soil other as rock. And we utter the words of peace and wisdom with baglama.
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May 17 2010
  Ghekorg7
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  5  / 5
Greetings Safwan !! And bravo for this instrument. I waited so long for a good baglama. Thank you guys.
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Sept 17 2009
  jess salvilla
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  5  / 5
Excellent. Useful to my composition.
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May 17 2009
  lansed
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  5  / 5
Great vst.... Does the eastern sounding thing real good.
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Apr 24 2009
  albaghdady
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  5  / 5
جميل جدا
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