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    Hey guys, i need some help finding some drums samples of a decent acoustic kit. I have some i've been using for years on my other computer (its not at home, but the studio) and i have no way to get the samples off to use in the next month or so. so i need a few samples. Guy know any where i can get some? maybe for free? Thanks guys!

  • #2
    I'll second this.. I was just about to ask this very question.

    Maybe if one of you guys could record some drum hits for us, that would be wonderful!

    Most drum hit samples on the net suck badly.. they're all techno/hip-hop drums

    I'm sure some of you guys could do MUCH better than these so called "experts" who charge for their samples.
    Les Paul (EMG 81+60), Strat,
    Fish n chips EQ, Crybaby, Tonelab SE
    Vox AD30vt

    That's it!

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    • #3
      What kind of sound are you looking for?
      I play tag in the auto graveyard!

      Meet the New Boss...

      Same as the Old Boss!






      Originally Posted by chiro972


      You're a wacko conspiracy theorist. (although I do agree with you!)









      Originally Posted by SBF3000






      any man that can upsale a woman into a $500 worth of flushes and **************** can talk the panties off of them.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by fritzgog13
        What kind of sound are you looking for?


        For me, rock/metal, but to be honest any *good* samples (none of this electronic crap) of an acoustic drum kit would be excellent.. I dont want to be more fussy than that
        Les Paul (EMG 81+60), Strat,
        Fish n chips EQ, Crybaby, Tonelab SE
        Vox AD30vt

        That's it!

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        • #5
          elmo-
          Well Then, Me and RonniePentatonic from the amp forum have some backing tracks on the boss1600 I'm sure we could pull the drum tracks out for you. Better yet after I polish my performance up a little (DRINK LESS BEER!) I can send the finnished cut to you. I'll (PM) you when I got em.
          I play tag in the auto graveyard!

          Meet the New Boss...

          Same as the Old Boss!






          Originally Posted by chiro972


          You're a wacko conspiracy theorist. (although I do agree with you!)









          Originally Posted by SBF3000






          any man that can upsale a woman into a $500 worth of flushes and **************** can talk the panties off of them.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by fritzgog13
            elmo-
            Well Then, Me and RonniePentatonic from the amp forum have some backing tracks on the boss1600 I'm sure we could pull the drum tracks out for you. Better yet after I polish my performance up a little (DRINK LESS BEER!) I can send the finnished cut to you. I'll (PM) you when I got em.


            Fantastic, thanks a lot!
            Les Paul (EMG 81+60), Strat,
            Fish n chips EQ, Crybaby, Tonelab SE
            Vox AD30vt

            That's it!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by fritzgog13
              elmo-
              Well Then, Me and RonniePentatonic from the amp forum have some backing tracks on the boss1600 I'm sure we could pull the drum tracks out for you. Better yet after I polish my performance up a little (DRINK LESS BEER!) I can send the finnished cut to you. I'll (PM) you when I got em.


              Can I just bump this before it goes from the first page..
              If you could do this, then that would be great, but dont worry if it's too much time/effort
              Les Paul (EMG 81+60), Strat,
              Fish n chips EQ, Crybaby, Tonelab SE
              Vox AD30vt

              That's it!

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              • #8
                BUMP ACCEPTED,

                This is no problem, I'll have to wait until this weekend when the Boss1600 is at my house.... I got you on my buddy list so i can (pm) you
                I play tag in the auto graveyard!

                Meet the New Boss...

                Same as the Old Boss!






                Originally Posted by chiro972


                You're a wacko conspiracy theorist. (although I do agree with you!)









                Originally Posted by SBF3000






                any man that can upsale a woman into a $500 worth of flushes and **************** can talk the panties off of them.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by fritzgog13
                  BUMP ACCEPTED,

                  This is no problem, I'll have to wait until this weekend when the Boss1600 is at my house.... I got you on my buddy list so i can (pm) you


                  Cheers
                  Les Paul (EMG 81+60), Strat,
                  Fish n chips EQ, Crybaby, Tonelab SE
                  Vox AD30vt

                  That's it!

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                  • #10
                    interesting , Im getting ready to lay down some drum tracks again with pro tools , and this time around im looking into to trying some different things. One of them was buying a really good drum sample cd for metal drums, and using the pro tools sound replacer to combine my acoustic drum sounds with these sampled drum sounds for that extra FAT sound....Can you guys reccomend any good discs like this ? Ive been looking on the net but havent had any luck just yet....

                    Thanks !!

                    Nick
                    Sicksdeep.com

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                    • #11
                      hey i dont want to disturb you two but i really need some good drum samples too


                      and also

                      heres a page with some acoustic samples
                      http://www.naturalstudio.co.uk/
                      Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier/Carvin 4x12/Sm-57
                      LtdViper 50/Q-Tron/Smallclone/SmallStone
                      Mxr q10/DigitechWhammy/BossDD-3/E-bow+

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                      • #12
                        Plenty of free, good accoustic drumsets around.

                        The definitive free kit, as mentioned above:
                        http://www.naturalstudio.co.uk/nskit_download.html
                        A fantastically well-recorded dry kit, suitable for subsequent mangling through whatever effects chain you want to put in place.
                        (NSKit7Full just went pre-order )

                        Geoff Khan's Live Kit 7:
                        http://www.sf2midi.com/index.php?page=sdet&id=6472
                        A collection of kits made from two mic-ings, mixed in various ways. You need to rip the samples out of the soundfont yourself, though (not hard).

                        Alex Weidner's Opti kit:
                        http://www.kvraudio.com/bank.php?m=dl&id=496
                        A naturally "live" sounding kit. Samples may need converting from AIFF to WAV.

                        Michael Kingston's kits:
                        http://kingstondrums.bombsquad.org/
                        A pair of rough-and-ready kits - although with various important bits missing, sadly. Nice tone.

                        Best free sample player for Windows? sfz from rgc:audio. Why? You can easily remap sample-sets to fit your needs.
                        "...But how do you play with people, for people. Playing fast around the drums is one thing. But to play with people for others, to listen to, that's something else. That's a whole other world." -- Tony Williams
                        Something random

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                        • #13
                          I'll second those nskit samples... they're amazingly convincing, and if you get the full pack, there's a sample for all kinds of different hits, soft, hard, about a dozen and a half in between.

                          If I remember right though, there weren't any china cymbals. Not that it really matters if you're just using them for triggers, because you're probably not triggering your cymbals.
                          How about a mother****************ing crocodile pit instead of those titty ****************s !


                          Last edited by Jazz Ad on 06-20-2004 at 098 PM

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                          • #14
                            yes ns kit is a good kit
                            but i would rather have some good mixed heavy metal drum samples
                            im looking for that i can not seem to mix nskit's samples very well maybe its me

                            ill keep on searching
                            Mesa Boogie Triple Rectifier/Carvin 4x12/Sm-57
                            LtdViper 50/Q-Tron/Smallclone/SmallStone
                            Mxr q10/DigitechWhammy/BossDD-3/E-bow+

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                            • #15
                              Any time I've needed a heavier drum sound, especially kick/snare, the Kalava or Meanbeat kits have been the ones I've used.
                              How about a mother****************ing crocodile pit instead of those titty ****************s !


                              Last edited by Jazz Ad on 06-20-2004 at 098 PM

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