$17.99

The berimbau consists of an arched rod made of wood or polyester with an approximate length of 1.50 - 1.70 meters and a steel wire attached to the ends of the pole. Functioning as a sounding board, there is a dried gourd tied to its base and the performer uses his left hand to support the set and practices a movement against the belly, using a stone or a coin to press the string.

$9.99

The Caxixi is a percussion instrument made of a closed basket with a flat-bottom filled with seeds or other small particles. The round bottom is traditionally cut from a dried gourd. The Agogô of sanded coconut is made in a handmade way with wooden handle bolted in two dry coconuts that are sanded and varnished. Touched like the other models, with a wooden bat.

$17.99

Muletone presents Brazilian Series Cuíca 2. With more rhythmic variations and loops, the library features new groove options and varied rhythms than in the first version. Despite it’s East / African origin the Cuíca has become a genuine instrument in Brazil. As part of samba schools from the 1930's theCuíca is present in various aspects of Brazilian music and became a tool with features typical of Brazil.

$14.99

The Surdo is a Brazilian bass drum usually made of wood or metal with skin on both sides. Traditionally used in samba and other derivative styles the surdo has been within this niche since the carnival in the 1920’s remaining relevant to this day in typical modern musical styles of Brazil.

$17.99

The Tantã is a percussive instrument consisting of a cylindrical type of side drum similar to the brazilian atabaque with a wooden or aluminum shaft. It has an animal or polyester skin drum head on only one of its sides. Its diameter can vary though the most used is one is the 12" tantã also called rebolo in Brazil. A novelty in the new libraries is the individual control of session microphones. You can mix 3 distinct microphones in different positions providing more freedom and tone options in the song.

$14.99

Timbal is a Brazilian percussive instrument derived from Caxambu used mainly in the cultural afro-brazilian niche. It became popular in Brazil during the 90's with a group called Timbalada founded by musician Carlinhos Brown. The Timbal was recorded by the great musician and composer Marcos Nascimento (Sérgio Pererê/ Tambolelê) exploring rich rhythms from different styles such as Maracatu, Afoxé and Samba Duro.

$17.99

The Travel Congas sound like traditional Congas, with a compact rum of 11.75"x3.5" in diameter, maintaining a wooden structure just like the real size Congas. The great musician, composer and percussionist Marcos Nascimento played the instrument. He recorded many traditional Brazilian rhythms and several grooves. The files have Single Hits in Round Robin at 4x, and synchronized loops.