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X8 Pro D Amara Handpan, Stainless Steel w/ Bag (X8HPDA)

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X8 Drums
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X8HPDA

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X8 Pro Handpan D Amara Stainless Steel w/ Bag, D3 / A3, C4, D4, E4, F4, G4, A4, C5, 23 in
  • X8 Pro Handpan D Amara Stainless Steel w/ Bag, D3 / A3, C4, D4, E4, F4, G4, A4, C5, 23 in
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 Product Description

The unique, ethereal and mysterious sound of the steel handpan captivates everyone. The soothing tones take the listener on a spiritual journey. We're seeing this instrument used in modern, EDM, sound therapy and as musical accompaniment for spiritual activities such as yoga or meditation.

X8 Pro Handpans are made by masters of the trade, crafting and tuning each drum by hand. Play it acoustically or add a pickup to amplify your sound.

This specific drum is tuned with a center note and eight additional notes, allowing artists to create rich, full songs either as a solo artist or as part of an ensemble.

This drum comes in the following configuration:

Material: Stainless Steel (Provides more resonance and natural sustain than Black Nitrite)

Finish: Brushed Steel (Provides more resonance and natural sustain than Gold coated or painted finishes)

Tuning: D Amara

Center Note: D3 

Tones: D3 / A3, C4, D4, E4, F4, G4, A4, C5

Handpan Belt Color: Brown

Weight: 10 lb.

Diameter: 23 in.

Height: 10.5 in.

Includes Heavy Duty Padded Case Backpack Bag

The Amara or Celtic Minor scale is a handpan version of the typical Irish or Scottish hexatonic Dorian/minor scale, a double mode created omitting the sixth degree of the Aeolian – or natural minor – scale.
Its application is very similar to the Integral scale, the two being versatile and very common. 
 
However, the Celtic Minor creates a more suspended mood, oriented towards minor 7th chords and sounds, and avoids the tension created by diminished chords. The Ding is the root note of the main Dorian/minor mode, opening to a number of melodic possibilities, as this scale can be comfortably used over at least three major and three relative minor scales, to be added to its original Dorian function.
 

 

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