RiyazStudio

RiyazStudio 1.00

Easy-to-use PC-based practice environment for Hindustani music

RiyazStudio is a powerful, free Windows software, that is part of the category Audio software with subcategory Editors (more specifically Synthesizer & Beat Machines). View full description

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RiyazStudio is a powerful, free Windows software, that is part of the category Audio software with subcategory Editors (more specifically Synthesizer & Beat Machines).

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Since the software joined our selection of programs and apps in 2006, it has managed to achieve 55,599 downloads, and last week it gained 69 installations.

It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and prior versions, and you can get it in English. Its current version is 1.00 and was updated on 5/19/2006.

RiyazStudio is a light program that will require less storage than the average program in the section Audio software. It's very heavily used in countries such as India, Pakistan, and United States.

RiyazStudio practice suite combines freeware Tanpura with licenced Tabla (with a 30-day moneyback guarantee). It's the first software that actually sounds like a real tabla player - because it uses real recorded tabla loops, rather than mechanically placing tabla bols at regular intervals. Coarse and fine pitch control sets both Tanpura and Tabla. Tabla tempo is finely adjustable and can even be set by tapping a key at the desired speed.

Practising with RiyazStudio is the ideal preparation to performing with live tabla - first because it gives the aural cues that real tabla players provide - but even more because the organic feel of the tabla loops encourages rhythmic play and helps develop your improvisational skills.

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RiyazStudio 1.00

— User reviews — about RiyazStudio

  • Mitch

    by Mitch

    "highly recommended Indian music software"

    The Indian music diaspora has needed a simple, natural-sounding environment like RiyazStudio ever since the first raspy ... More.

    reviewed on February 11, 2007