World StringZ
by DSK
4.3 / 5     (15 votes)
8 world string instruments: Celtic harp, Cumbus, Dobro, Kanun, Koto, Dulcimer,
Tar, Turkish oud.
  • Velocity response.
  • Amp. envelope and micro-detuner.
  • HP/LP Filter.
  • Midi automation.
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Yeeee Jul 23 2020
(5 / 5)
Jul 23 2020
DSK are the only 32-bit plugins that I have!
Yuuuu Jul 26 2020
Jul 26 2020
If only they updated these to 64-bit and improved the performance with better optimization....
johan Apr 06 2020
Apr 06 2020
hola como estan tengo un problema con el vst opero en FL STUDIO pero parece q fuera un demo o algo asi por que no me funciona alguien sabe como hago para que funcione perfectamente gracias
poobie Feb 03 2020
Feb 03 2020
what kind of VST is this? doesn't seem to work with Ableton
FL Studio 20 Mar 20 2020
Mar 20 2020
because Ableton is only 64 bit and this VST is 32 bit.
Anonymous Jul 18 2017
(5 / 5)
Jul 18 2017
Nice Sounds
Distuned Mar 21 2016
Mar 21 2016
I second that- can you make a banjo? :D
WD Oct 22 2015
(5 / 5)
Oct 22 2015
Great vst, lovely sounds and easy to use! Thank you!
thor Oct 17 2015
(4 / 5)
Oct 17 2015
The celtic harp and the dulcimer are very good, for the oud there are others VST to see... Very easy to use, nice interface, easy to install.
bakish45 Oct 24 2012
(5 / 5)
Oct 24 2012
Great instrument! Can you make a VSTi banjo??? I'lld love to give my Fl studio song a little country style.
Boredmuso May 11 2012
(3 / 5)
May 11 2012
Amazing Dulcimer sound - think of those old movies, with Michael Caine as the spy Harry Palmer. Sadly, Ableton Live now absolutely refuses to load it. DSK really need to work on those compatibility and stability issues.
Deko4848 Apr 10 2012
(5 / 5)
Apr 10 2012
Brilliant as always from DSK. Some really interesting instruments here and most noteable is the fact that you really feel a difference in tone between the low and high notes which is probably the thing I find most important for an authentic string instrument sound. Personally I've found this incredibly useful. Big kudos!