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Get pink Floyd sound with plugin Modular Synthesizers
Old 31st August 2011
  #1
Gear Maniac
 

Get pink Floyd sound with plugin

Hi all !

All is in the tittle. In particular the drums sound from their album the dark side of the moon. I work with drums samples from the website : analoguedrums.

Any help would be greatly appreciated..

Cheers !
Old 31st August 2011
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Originally Posted by toxik967 View Post
Hi all !

All is in the tittle. In particular the drums sound from their album the dark side of the moon. I work with drums samples from the website : analoguedrums.

Any help would be greatly appreciated..

Cheers !
NI's Abbey Road 60's drums maybe?
Old 31st August 2011
  #3
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Is there a demo sound ?
Old 31st August 2011
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Originally Posted by toxik967 View Post
Is there a demo sound ?
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Also, there are several on youtube, like this:



As for a playable demo, I don't think it's available, but there are enough videos around to give you a good idea of the product.

Oh, and BTW, if you're looking for a decent emulation of Rick Wright's EMS VCS3 synthesizer (think "on the run"), this is it:

http://www.xils-lab.com/products/XIL...protected.html
Old 31st August 2011
  #5
Gear Maniac
 

I found a demo. Have a listen to another brick in the wall drums. It's that sound I want
Old 31st August 2011
  #6
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I dunno if it's the good sound. Maybe with eq traitment.
Old 31st August 2011
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I found a demo. Have a listen to another brick in the wall drums. It's that sound I want
I thought you were looking for drum sounds resembling those in dark side of the moon.
Old 31st August 2011
  #8
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smoke lots of pot, play real slow, bury the tracks in reverb, act as pretentiously as possible, fight with your bandmates, only release one recording every ten or twelve years. Remember, it sounds better if you take three years to track it!
Old 31st August 2011
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smoke lots of pot, play real slow, bury the tracks in reverb, act as pretentiously as possible, fight with your bandmates, only release one recording every ten or twelve years. Remember, it sounds better if you take three years to track it!


To add, you could also hire Alan Parsons. heh
Old 31st August 2011
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lol, thread delivers. thanks toxik967!
Old 1st September 2011
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You're right papi61 the abbey road seems perfect for get this dark side of the moon drums. Thanks you for that. I would like to know too how to have the another brick in the wall drums.

PS : I'm really Lazy
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