Antique autoharp strings instrument developed by Versilian Studios, which strings can be strummed for chord generation or played for creating melodies.
The Fretless Zither is an antique plucked strings instrument consisting of a sound box with strings going across the top and a soundhole in the middle.
To the left is generally a section of chord strings, which, when a set of these is strummed with the finger, will play a certain chord. To the right is a chromatic scale, generally two octaves, which consist of the melody half.
4 Octaves of melody (last octave and a half and top half octave derived from harmony samples and extension of the top samples).
Effects (knocks, chromatic gliss).
Harmony (5 chords- Bb Maj, F Maj, D Min, C Maj, and G Min).
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