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Sandsound
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Re: Home sweet home

Post by Sandsound »

If anyone need drum-samples, I found this great site : http://www.freesound.org/searchText.php

A quick search for "drum" got 5350 hits, some of them where actually quite good.

They are all released under the Creative Commons license 8)

mauser
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Re: Home sweet home

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I forgot to mention that the kit contains only the sound files, not a hydrogen drumkit.
If somebody has a hydrogen drumkit file (the drumkit.xml) for it, i could put it on the hydrogen drumkit page.

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Yeri
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Re: Home sweet home

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mauser wrote:I forgot to mention that the kit contains only the sound files, not a hydrogen drumkit.
If somebody has a hydrogen drumkit file (the drumkit.xml) for it, i could put it on the hydrogen drumkit page.
OK, no problem.. As soon as I can, I'll do drumkits for some of the alternatives presented in this thread. These are ns-kit-7, ndk (free) and Sandsound's Tama (if she agrees).
I'll post in this thread or in hydrogen forum when I have any drumkit so as to upload to the drumkits page.
Since most of them are free versions I guess there won't be legal problems.

Regards,

Gerard.

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Re: Home sweet home

Post by thorgal »

there's one more thing:

the Natural Drum kit is WAV at 16bit / 44.1kHz. I believe hydrogen 0.9.3 does not do resampling on the fly. You can either resample the whole kit (there must be a rudimentary shell script of mine somewhere on the forum) or use hydrogen 0.9.4 beta x.

My private copy of the former ns-kit free has an XML file.

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