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This is another Moroccan-styled track for my obligatory school project. You can learn more about it in the Author's Comments of my other Moroccan track:
This one's going to be used in our play in a moment where a spirit being called a Jinn will converse with travellers.
I tried to go for a mystical sound while still adding enough ethnic influences to give this a Moroccan feel to it. This uses a sitar and zourna from East/West Ra, a gong and Vietnamese shakers from East/West Stormdrum, a cello and choir from East/West Symphonic Orchestra and then the bongos and wind-chimes are from EZdrummer's Latin Percussion expansion.
As you can see by the instrumentation, this is a bit more simple than the other Moroccan tracks I made so far (Dance of the Jnun and Morocco). It's just a simple loop, and I think it'll be of great use for Flash animators, so I thought it'd be a good idea to post it here. Hope you enjoy!
EDIT: Removed the first wind chime, played around with some bongo hit velocities and added a very very subtle detail. Of course, cookie for anyone who heard the first version already to notice the new detail I added.
Thanks to SkyeWintrest, Buoy and Birdinator99 for suggesting it to me!
Also, forgot to mention that this loop is heavily inspired by this: