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615 Cymbal Samples, from me to you

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Erkan, Sep 15, 2008.

  1. zildjianmatt

    zildjianmatt Studio Awesome!

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    Ah snap! Someone resurrected this bitch from the dead!!! :lol:
     
  2. muckypup1

    muckypup1 Sinister Haven \m/

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    You can download this from Erkan's actual website, I did, and man is this pack fucking awesome :D
     
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    i know this is prob gonna sound like the dumbest question ever, but how do use cymbal samples? Thanks for the work, although text cant show my emotion, you are teh mang!
     
  4. muckypup1

    muckypup1 Sinister Haven \m/

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    You use them with something like Aptrigga or Drumagog.
     
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    The thread is back from the dead! Which is quite handy because I never saw it the first time round :p

    Just downloaded the cymbal pack from Ekran's website http://erdo.se/media/erdo.se_Cymbal_Pack.rar

    Thanks alot man, your hours of work chopping these up is much appreciated! :kickass:
     
  6. Ermz

    Ermz ¯\(°_o)/¯

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    Mighty nice of you man. What gear/room did you use to sample these, if you don't mind me asking?
     
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    ^^^^from his website

     
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    3tuxedo Senior Member

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    wow dude, no joke, you are a god. these samples are sweet. much thanks.
     
  9. DizzyDfromSC

    DizzyDfromSC New Metal Member

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    I get an error page when clicking on the drum samples link
     
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    OneDaySky Clint

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    DUDE! Thx so much for generosity, cymbal packs are rare to come by!
     
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    Here is a song that My wife & I made, using your samples along with the Reason Drum Kits refill. We can't play drums, so everything is sequenced. Huge props for putting that cymbal pack up dude, it made my recordings WAY better.

    http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/song_3632009
     
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    Nice work man!!! thanks a lot!

    But how i can use these samples? in which programm ?

    please help me ;)
     
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    Smurf43 New Metal Member

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    Mr Erkan you have PM and email from your site.... :cool:
     
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    the samples with the snare and stuff is a deleted link, could you send them to me ? :)
     
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    My god am I happy I found this, even if it is years old. You sir, are a fucking legend.
     
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    Downloaded the pack a few days ago. Thanks a lot man! haven't had a chance to use them for anything yet, but I expect they'll be great :)
     
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    Erkan samples sampled in Kontakt 5.

    Erkan Drum 1.00
    You can just download nkm file if you have samples already and know how to use Kontakt.

    Mixing is amateur.

    If you would like to improve Erkan Drum post here in reply so others know.
     
  20. mistermikev

    mistermikev New Metal Member

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    hi folks.

    I'm very thankful for the "tons" of samples I've gotten off this site. I'm a bit of a drum nut and appreciate the kind people who have fed my addiction.

    Like above posters I've created a few kontakt 4.2.2 kits using ultimate metal samples that are 85% GM compatible and blah blah blah.
    More importantly I have written a script that yields the following features:

    1) velocity/volume offset by drum:
    ie, you can inc/dec velocity/volume across all BD, SN, TM, CY, etc. this allows you to drop down velocity to a better "sample" and raise up vol to match the rest of the kit or visa versa.
    when used with multiple instruments, you can dec vol/vel on bds for kit 1 to effectively "drop it out" and use the bd from kit 2, or do the sm with any of the drums/cymbals to easily get a "combined" kit.

    2) drum swapping: 5 BD, 6 SN, and several Cymbals can be "cycled" to dif notes (within each kit) so that you can easily choose a fav snare/bd/etc to be matched up with incoming midi notes.

    3) access each of the drums volume, fx send, pan, and fx bypass individually for matching volume across the kit, dropping out fx on the bass drum, leveling out overhead mic vs bottom mic etc.

    4) visual aid showing most recently hit bd, sn, or cy group

    I'd like to release this here for free... assuming it would be of use to someone. I guess I would need permission to release the samples, and also am unsure of the best way to release - ie can someone get it to your ftp?

    I'm about to set up a kit using these cymbal samples, I've also used the porkpie/joey j./andy sneap/panzer kick/supersonic kicks and snares.

    don't want to step on anyone's toes... so any advice appreciated.
     

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