A traditional tibetan singing bowl is hit with a wooden stick, creating a beautiful ringing bell sound with a long fade out. Professionally recorded at 44.1kHz 16bit with a pair of DPA 4006-TL omnidirectional microphones. Extra two samples pitched one semitone higher and lower. As used by Tibetan monks during their ceremony.
KEYS: chime Tibet festive ceremony
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