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golden beers 29th March 2009 06:30 PM

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lcvl 29th March 2009 06:46 PM

check my sig for some free samples.
the latest pack I uploaded contains about 50 kick drums.

aeonlux 30th March 2009 01:07 AM

I recently programmed a synth sound that could be described as a string ensemble. Not the sound of a string machine, but the sound of a group of strings - synthy of course. You might say it has the sound of a "strings" waveform in a ROMpler, but without the artifacts of too-short looping and/or dynamic compression such that it is smoothed-out and semi-lifeless.

The synth patch makes use of PWM for animation within the timbre. For thickness and the ensemble tone, I layered detuned oscs together.

I made a total of 21 samples from C1-C6, sampling every minor third, i.e., C - D# - F# - A, at 44.1KHz, 16-bits depth, in mono. This resulted in a sample set that was ~16MB in size - perhaps a little larger. If so, not using the C6 sample would be the easiest solution for a 16MB sampler.

The files are named as such:

nn_keynameoct.wav

where nn is the MIDI note number for key assignment (36-96), keyname is C, D#, F#, or A, and oct is the octave of the sample (1-6).

And yea, I am sharing them with you. :) Download them here:

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You will need to assign these samples to a keymap and assign filter and amplitude envelopes so they properly play as "strings" would. Yea indeed, there is some programming work involved, minimal as it might be. That said, I hope you enjoy these samples and can put them to good use in your music.

The .wav files may not have loop points - if this is the case, just know that the whole file is the loop itself.

Here is a quick demo courtesy of Yoozer:

http://www.theheartcore.com/music/aeon_strings_demo.mp3

Setup file for Logic EXS:

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Setup file for Kontakt:

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cheers,
Ian

Harlem 30th March 2009 07:59 AM

A while ago I recreated a large set of classic 80s Linn Drum beats using a Korg Electribe sampler. I felt like giving it a little tribute, was fun to do

I made 3 parts:
YouTube - Classic Disco & Pop Linn Drum on Korg Electribe ES1mkII
YouTube - Linn Drum Pop & Disco Beats on Electribe PART 2
YouTube - Linn Drum Disco Beats on Electribe PART 3

Enjoy!

aeonlux 30th March 2009 03:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by golden beers (Post 4046127)
great sound ian.
what synth generated it?
do the files on rapidshare expire?

Thanks, that's a secret, and I'm not sure. kfhkh

Check this original thread if you want a little more info.


cheers,
Ian

spunkadellic 30th March 2009 05:28 PM

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well ok - here is a single cycle waveform sample that i made with a juno 60

it has all 3 waveforms on the juno turned on - including the sub osc

recorded through a neve 1073 into logic

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make sure you enable "loop" in your sampler - or the samples will only sound for half a nano second

enjoy!

space2012 31st March 2009 08:37 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by golden beers (Post 4045015)
Recently, in a reply to a post of mine, I was asked to share some Linn Drum LM2 samples. I am happy to do that, and it made me think that it would be cool if we had a thread going where people could download each others samples.

I'm talking sounds not copywrited material! wworried..

personally, I do not have a problem sharing my sounds - especially if they're presets. so if you want to download a complete Linn Drum LM2 - it's here

If you do so, I think it would be nice if you return the favour! i'd especially be interested in newer analogue gear eg: JOMOX XBASE
if this goes well I'll add some more samples down the road. eg I have a bunch of nice MS20 hits and pulses i’m sure would go down well.

About the sound files:
recorded using an apogee ensemble at 192kHz.. I do have the same sounds at 44 if this is a problem for anyone.
you can download individual sounds (my favourite is tom-08) or just take the lot by downloading the zip. the zip had zero compression so it should unpack at high quality.

I used hotmail sky drive, which i think is a good system, you just open a hotmail account and they give you 25Gig of space to upload to.

anyway, we'll see if this thing goes anywhere of if it's just me giving out some sounds to the rest of you leaches!heh

the jomox files were found in a great website, but cant remember the link.
the Linndrum LM2 were AD with MOTU 2408mk2 includes the no pattern error tone.

i allways wanted a hi quality recorded Casio RZ1 samples

panther 1st April 2009 02:47 AM

Emu 4xt samples
 
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Let me know what you think.

superjc 1st April 2009 03:50 AM

Found it- looks like I even mapped it out for Halion, hope this works.


Can't attach .rar file, here you go.

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cynic one 1st April 2009 04:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zmoorhs (Post 4052780)
I can't do it for a few days, but what do you think is the best place to upload the samples for sharing here?

dropbox is cool. i posted some samples up in this thread on there > https://www.gearslutz.com/board/rap-h...amplepack.html



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Digital Send 3rd April 2009 02:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zmoorhs (Post 4052780)
I can't do it for a few days, but what do you think is the best place to upload the samples for sharing here?

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cheers
DS

Derp 3rd April 2009 05:53 PM

I had an MBase01 for a little while but got frustrated with the interface and sold it. Before I sold it, I sampled all of the presets and the patches that I had made for it. Enjoy!

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/jomoxmbase01.zip

superjc 3rd April 2009 08:25 PM

Oh wow 10 limit download... I made an account at Megaupload but where's the upload interface? Maybe it doesn't appear in Firefox... let me try this


http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/688035/SP-12%20Bank.rar


See if you can get it this time.

grantlandau 13th April 2009 08:55 PM

it's silly to post them on this forum, put them here --> freesound :: home page

maxoon 29th April 2009 06:47 AM

hi i recorded some material with my roland system 100 model 101
see https://www.gearslutz.com/board/elect...mple-pack.html

Magic Theatre 29th April 2009 07:06 AM

Here's some drum samples


Free Sounds | Magic Theater Audio

golden beers 4th May 2009 03:01 PM

more drum soundz
https://www.gearslutz.com/board/rap-h...one-hitta.html

Derp 30th May 2009 04:32 AM

Hai Guise! Was messing around last night and thought I'd share the results of this tomfoolery. Here's some percussion I made with a Dot Com modular:

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/dotcomdrums.zip

I've got some other sample packs that I made, but I need to get off my lazy bum and trim them before I zip 'em and post 'em. Enjoy!

Derp 1st June 2009 12:37 PM

Had a DR-550mkII for a short while not too long ago and noticed that with the sample bank circulating around the internet, not all of the files are there and it was recorded with a crappy soundcard. So here's the complete Boss DR-550 mkII set recorded through an MPC. Enjoy!

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/dr550mkii.zip

Also, does anybody know of a utility that will detect silences and delete them in a batch process? Even with Wavosaur's silence deletion algorithm it took a while to get tweak all these and I've still got a few more banks with a lot more files in them. Thanks!

50573 7th June 2009 11:23 PM

Numerous 808 hits recorded with different tone/decay etc settings. These samples are not cut at the start due to a shoddy job done by myself in ableton, but they sound great :)

samples.zip ... at uploaded.to - Free File Hosting, Free Image Hosting, Free Music Hosting, Free Video Hosting, ...

hoffy 29th September 2009 02:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Derp (Post 4239617)
Also, does anybody know of a utility that will detect silences and delete them in a batch process? Even with Wavosaur's silence deletion algorithm it took a while to get tweak all these and I've still got a few more banks with a lot more files in them. Thanks!

WavTrim? It's freeware...

mpTrim and WavTrim

bs333 3rd November 2009 02:11 AM

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Bump + Plus a silly patch I made on the voyager.

Derp 1st March 2010 04:31 AM

Sorry, I forgot this thread even existed and I've been hording a couple of banks for a while now.

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/korger1.zip
Made these just before I sold my Korg ER-1. They aren't properly cut up, unfortunately, but it isn't like it isn't hard to slice them down to size.

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/kraftydrums.zip
Did these up last night using the Kraftzwerg to synthesize drums and such from scratch. I did cut out the silences on these and normalized, however it should be noted that on a couple of these I ran the input on the MPC just a teensy bit too hot, so a couple of the samples distort a tiny bit (though it's actually a nice effect on the kicks.)

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/mfb522.zip
MFB 522. There's not much here as I was sampling these so that I could experiment with different processing methods.

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/rolandmc09.zip
These are all of the drum sounds from the Roland MC-09. There's a few repeats in here because the kits are made up from a small pool of samples and I was just flying through getting all of the kits sampled. I don't think I've chopped these up either.

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/frxsdrums.zip
Inspired by Wave Alchemy's collection, here's a small selection of Future Retro XS drums. Not nearly as varied as the Wave Alchemy set, but still a good demonstration for myself as to the capabilities of this unit.

Hope you guys enjoy my little creations here.

And in case you missed my other sample packs or don't feel like reading back through this thread to find them:
http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/jomoxmbase01.zip
http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/dr550mkii.zip
http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/dotcomdrums.zip

wave alchemy 2nd March 2010 09:14 PM

You would usually have to sign up to our website to gain access to these but since i'm in a generous mood here are a few links to some very nice drum samples: heh

1. 75 Mbase 11 kick drum samples recorded through an API 512 pre-amp. Many of the sounds have been further enhanced with an emipricial labs distrssor for extra punch. All sounds have been recorded in 24-bit through top converters:

https://www.yousendit.com/transfer.p...T00zMWxFQlE9PQ

2. 65 slightly driven kick drum samples from the Jomox Airbase 99. Signal chain for these sounds was as follows: Airbase 99 - Thermionic Culture Vulture MV - Distressor - SSL E Series EQ - API 512c - Converters. Some really great deep kicks here!

https://www.yousendit.com/transfer.p...MVh0NjgwTVE9PQ

You can also grab 150 drum samples from our latest sample library here:

https://www.yousendit.com/transfer.p...MGNEbUxIRGc9PQ

All sounds above are 100% royalty free to use in your productions

Enjoy heh

ohmicide 3rd March 2010 08:29 PM

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here's a few kicks i made with ACE and old drum machine samples. nothing amazing but maybe someone will find them useful.

Derp 22nd March 2010 12:29 AM

Alright, here's another MFB 522 bank:

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/mfb522.zip

The difference between this bank and the last bank is that for this one, I went through and sampled every sound with the knobs at five different positions. Obviously due to the nature of analog, this doesn't cover ever single possible sound that the 522 can do, but it still covers a lot of territory. I didn't go through and trim it up because doing it manually would have taken way more time than what I was willing to give to something I would end up giving away for free, and doing it with like Wave Trim or the like seems to cut off the tails in a lot of cases.

http://audio-kinetic.iswiz.com/stuff/schlagzwerg.zip

Initially with this one, I was setting out to do like I did with the 522 and try to get nearly every possible sound out of it. Since it shares the same hats/cymbal circuit as the 522, that means that I only have to get the kick, tom, and snare section. Trouble is that the Schlagzwerg has a much greater range than what the 522 has, so I'd have to sample all of the knobs at seven positions instead of just five in order to cover it all. Three hours and 550-ish samples later, I stopped and did the math and realized that for seven positions of every knob and five knobs for the kick, I'd need over 16,000 samples just to cover all that the kick can do. So, I deleted all of those samples and just made a smaller collection highlighting what is possible with the Schlagzwerg. The 'FX' bank is what the Schlagzwerg is capable of when you get crazy with the patch cables.

Anyway, hope you enjoy these. And by the way...

DON NEEDS TO STICKY THIS THREAD!!!

golden beers 18th April 2010 03:28 PM

works fine for me.

try here

Linn Drum LM2.zip - Windows Live


if you still can't get it: PM me your email address and i'll send it to you

alkor 20th April 2010 04:57 PM

Download XbaseBDs3.zip from Sendspace.com - send big files the easy way

xbase 09 bassdrums, recorded through drawner millenia STT1 , njoi

Entrainer 21st April 2010 02:13 AM

Here's 69 drum samples from the FRXS.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/tuymdy...FRXS_Drums.zip

swissindustrial 21st April 2010 07:17 AM

me and a friend of mine made a project for sharing samples online:

http://www.tonong.biz

it's all free and WAV, 24bit 48kHz

YOU MUST JOIN !!! ;-)