Eurasian music science journal


Sample libraries are one of the most popular music technologies in the modern world for the recreation of instruments in the digital environment.
Sample library development is a rapidly growing branch of music technology. This article examines the stages of creating a library of a traditional Uzbek dutar. Particular attention is paid to methods for achieving realistic instrument sound in the digital field.

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