The Shehnai, is a double-reed oboe of North India, made of wood except for a metal bell attached to the bottom of the instrument, with six to eight keyless finger holes along its body. Possessing a two-octave range, the Shehnai is a difficult instrument to play, as the musician must master a wide range of finely nuanced embouchure and fingering techniques. The Samples in this Pack were performed by Durgesh Bhosale and recorded by Ashutosh Sohoni in Mumbai, India. Tip for use - Some phrases begin slightly before the \1" so we exported from the previous downbeat to not cut off the phrase. For More Info Check Out : FeedYourSoulMusic.com & AshutoshSohoni.com """