Ronroko is a stringed instrument similar to a mandolin, originally from the Andes. It has a resonator, traditionally made from an armadillo or tortoise shell. Nowadays this box is often made of wood and usually has ten strings in five rows of 2 strings each. Originally performed in traditional Andean music, today ronroco is commonly heard in the music of Gustavo Santaolalla.
We used different mic positions to create a realistic instrument and recorded Ronroco in 4 round robin variations and 3 to 5 velocity layers. All patches have several sound shaping options such as EQ, cabinet, distortion and reverb. We've also included an arpeggiator and a step sequencer. Ronroco is very inspiring and will definitely enrich your musical production.

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