Instrument makers are also taking advantage of the new musical trends that have come to the fore in recent years, such as the fusion of classical and jazz music.
They are making new instruments for their own musical purposes, as well as incorporating traditional instruments into new and innovative ways.
These are some of the ways Asian instruments have emerged in the last decade: Instrument makers from Asia have created new instruments like the fiddle, violin and cello, and even made instruments that are used as live music instruments.
The fiddle has become a popular instrument in Asian countries, with many people using it to sing in their homes.
The violin and the cello are also popular in Asian music scenes, with Chinese, Japanese and Korean audiences looking to imitate their music.
Chinese musicians like to use Chinese instruments to imitate traditional music styles in their performances.
And some of these instruments are even now being used in live music.
There are many Asian musical genres that are inspired by different parts of the world.
The Japanese music scene is full of instruments like Japanese trombone, which is called the karaoke instrument.
The instrument was introduced in Japan in the 1930s and is now being played in many Japanese restaurants.
The English music scene has recently started incorporating instruments like saxophone and piano into its repertoire.
This is a new instrument in the English music world that has come to be popular in recent decades.
The saxophone is often used as a solo instrument and is often seen in concert halls and clubs in Europe and the US.
There is also a new type of Chinese violin called the chanfu that has also come to play in concerts and festivals.
The Chinese music scene in Asia is still very much in its infancy, and there are many different styles that are still being explored and developed.
The new instrument styles are also changing the way that musicians of different backgrounds work together to produce a particular musical work.
This has also led to a lot of collaboration among artists, such that the instrument makers from the Asian countries are now playing together in concert settings.
In this article, we look at some of what we are learning about the different instruments in Asian cultures and how they are making music.
This article is part of a series that explores different aspects of Asian music.
We will be exploring more traditional music instruments in the next article.