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louieb
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Im looking for some sample packs mainly for percussion looking for kind of tribal and latin sounding drums ect. Anyone have any suggestions?
 
DocJeezy
Member
goto to jerry's buy latin percussion records sample those bitches. sample packs are fucking gay.
 
cut it up freshhhhhhhhhhhhhh
louieb
Member
Post from DocJeezygoto to jerry's buy latin percussion records sample those bitches. sample packs are fucking gay.
not a bad idea if you have a way to sample from viynl which atm i don't think i do but ill see if their is a easy way i don't know about.
 
Gunther
Member
he's right though.... loops are for chumps if you aint going iron chef on them

I do have a wide variety of one shots though
 
incydeout
Member
Best thing I found to do is just buy your own drums and sample yourself playing them. You can do a lot with just a djembe or even hands on a desk lol... but that can get expensive really quickly, especially with good mics and proper acoustics.

I usually go for loops for natural percussion and use one shots to beef 'em up. The best I've found as far as loops go is Loopmasters, but Future Loops is good as well because they give you loop components. Computer Music usually gives shitty samples with its magazine. but every once in a while you'll find a goodie.

It's a creative process though man, if you hear a sound that sounds like what you want, whether it be your foot tapping in the elevator or your girlfriend screaming while you beat her, sample the fuck out of it and put it in your track.
 
tommy
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DUDE, I have a massive amount of samples. I use a lot of one shot vengeance samples. Heavily modified of course.
These ppl are right though. If you're just starting out producing you will gain so much more by programming your own sounds in synth's.
Although, chopping up samples can yield some amazing results too. Anyway, ya.
 
Gunther
Member
Post from incydeoutBest thing I found to do is just buy your own drums and sample yourself playing them. You can do a lot with just a djembe or even hands on a desk lol... but that can get expensive really quickly, especially with good mics and proper acoustics.

I usually go for loops for natural percussion and use one shots to beef 'em up. The best I've found as far as loops go is Loopmasters, but Future Loops is good as well because they give you loop components. Computer Music usually gives shitty samples with its magazine. but every once in a while you'll find a goodie.

It's a creative process though man, if you hear a sound that sounds like what you want, whether it be your foot tapping in the elevator or your girlfriend screaming while you beat her, sample the fuck out of it and put it in your track.
proper eqing and isolating frequencies should take away the need to layering drums though.
 
incydeout
Member
Post from Guntherproper eqing and isolating frequencies should take away the need to layering drums though.
No way meng. You'll never have an Amen snare sound like a 909 by isolating frequencies that just aren't there.
 
Gunther
Member
Post from incydeoutNo way meng. You'll never have an Amen snare sound like a 909 by isolating frequencies that just aren't there.
lol sooooooo 1992

 
incydeout
Member
Well school me damnit.
 
Gunther
Member
funny cause you name came up a couple of times last night in the studio
 
incydeout
Member
Orly? Yeah, I need to get on putting something out with you and Ben. There's a lot of potential there.
 


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