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Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Plendakor, Mar 22, 2014.

  1. Plendakor

    Plendakor Member

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    I work with Reaper, is there a sampler in there that would allow me to use, say drum samples, and use that just like I'd use something like Addictive Drums ?

    Multi-velocities and all.. ? That's something I can do in Reason with the NN-TX sampler and I'd like to have the equivalence. If there's a way to do it for free in Reaper, that'd be very nice but un 50$ solutions are welcome too.
     
  2. FIXXXER

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    should work in NI BATTERY, maybe you can get it used for 50$...
     
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    I use a free program called TX16wx, and it works great. The free version can do multi-velocity and random triggering just fine, but the pay version (< $50 for a non-commercial license) does have some options that make this a little less cumbersome if you do it a lot. Either way, I'd highly recommend checking it out if you're getting into sampling with Reaper. Shortcircuit is another great free option. I tend to use TX16wx most of the time.
     
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    +1 to NI Battery. Also, Kontakt 5 is pretty sweet if you're OK with the steep learning curve.
     
  5. He's Dead, Jim

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    Reaper has a couple of built-in samplers IRRC. Just search "sample" in the plug-in list. Not sure it will do everything you want, but it's worth examining.
     
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    I've used "ReaSampleOmatic" or whatever it is along with Reaper's stock "drumtrig" plugin to fire off samples but I'm fairly certain it's always one-shot samples except they are velocity sensitive. I think there's a freebie called "Drumtrig" that may be able to handle multi-samples? I forget now.
     

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