• 30.mandolin-01_2
  • viloin
  • 22.veena_
  • 20.uddukai1
  • 21.thavil2
  • 28.tarshennai-01
  • ghungroo
  • 18.tabla_
  • 17.swarmandel
  • 29.shursingar-01
  • 16.sitar_
  • 1.sangu_11
  • 12.sarod_
  • 13.sarangi1
  • 11.santoor
  • 14.shenai2
  • 27.mridangam1
  • 8.Morsing
  • 9.kanjira
  • 7.harmonium
  • 5.ghatam1
  • 4.e-tampura11
  • 3.dilruba2
  • 2.bansuri
  • 26.konnakol
  • 34.vocal_male2
  • 6.ghungroo1
  • 25.vocal_female2

The E-Tanpura

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How The E-Tanpura sounds

An e-tanpura are often used in concert by many performers as a substitute for tanpura performers. When tanpura performers are not available, using an e-tanpura is easy way to generate this sound. The e-tanpura has a variable pitch function to match the pitch of the live performers.

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Performer Information

e-tanpura-performer

Performer Name: Mr e-tanpura

Musical Tradition:
Carnatic & Hindustani

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A new trend is to now use a downloadable app for your phone instead of the e-tanpura to generate the drone sound

 

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