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Post by sebovzeoueb » Fri Jan 05, 2007 9:29 pm

jasinski wrote:
sebovzeoueb:
I took your samples and created 2 Simpler instrument versions (for those who don't own Sampler).. Also added some effects and processing.. kind of a fun little experiment!

Rubber Band- Simpler
wow, those are some interesting instruments you've made with my samples. Haven't tried tweaking the macros yet, but I like the sound.

Well, funny that I should start a new rubber band craze with everyone sampling elastic bands!!
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Post by jasinski » Fri Jan 05, 2007 9:50 pm

sebovzeoueb wrote:
jasinski wrote:
sebovzeoueb:
I took your samples and created 2 Simpler instrument versions (for those who don't own Sampler).. Also added some effects and processing.. kind of a fun little experiment!

Rubber Band- Simpler
wow, those are some interesting instruments you've made with my samples. Haven't tried tweaking the macros yet, but I like the sound.

Well, funny that I should start a new rubber band craze with everyone sampling elastic bands!!
Just trying to promote the spirit of collaboration :)
On the macros- try playing with the sample start and loop length.. kind of fun.

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Post by sebovzeoueb » Sun Jan 07, 2007 1:10 am

bump (the next best thing after stickies...)
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Post by rbmonosylabik » Tue Jan 09, 2007 6:08 am

sebovzeoueb wrote:bump (the next best thing after stickies...)
quoting a bump > bumping
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Post by HeavenSounds » Tue Jan 09, 2007 11:16 pm

Any one have any nice vocal racks? I could really use some inspiration.

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Post by jasinski » Wed Jan 10, 2007 2:44 am

HeavenSounds wrote:Any one have any nice vocal racks? I could really use some inspiration.
what type of thing do you need? like- eq, verb, delay?

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Post by sebovzeoueb » Wed Jan 10, 2007 4:17 am

The rubber band ones never made it to the list at the beginning of the post...
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Post by jasinski » Wed Jan 10, 2007 8:45 am

sebovzeoueb wrote:The rubber band ones never made it to the list at the beginning of the post...
Up now; must not have hit 'submit' when i updated it before. :)

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Post by HeavenSounds » Thu Jan 11, 2007 1:43 am

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what type of thing do you need? like- eq, verb, delay?[/quote]

Well, I've got a lot of vsts and stuff eqs/verbs/delay but its really more of a what sounds best with what, and in what order. I want to put together a good all around chain that i can load up easily when i'm about to play live. ya know? am i making any sense?

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Post by greyface » Thu Jan 11, 2007 5:23 am

could I request a rack too?
I want to be able to control the amount of reverb and chorus individually for my highs mids and lows. Then an overall wet/dry and an overall volume.
Pweeze?
Hi!

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Post by sebovzeoueb » Sun Jan 14, 2007 8:36 pm

oh no, we're off the first page!
BUMP!!
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Post by jasinski » Mon Jan 15, 2007 12:04 am

Hey, I got a couple of treats for anyone wanting some new sounds.. They are also linked to at the top of this thread, but incase you miss them here they are:

Casio VZ-10m "FX instruments"
by jasinski: Using samples from my Casio VZ-10m, here are a bunch of Simpler instruments- "multisampled' by layering Simpler instances into Rack chains- and using the macros to control the loop length and other aspects of the sound. More to come from the VZ-10m. One of my favorite synths for really bizzare sounds.

Kid Beat Box and Pads
by jasinski: A collection of Simpler multi-sampled instrument racks. I recorded my 8 year old making all kinds of sound effects- Kind of fun.
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Post by mercyplease » Mon Jan 15, 2007 6:44 am

Yipeeee
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Post by Winterpark » Mon Jan 15, 2007 6:51 am

jasinski wrote:
am wrote:this is also in the other show us your racks thread.... but i thought i'd put it here too.

it's an acoustic drum kit... with tweakable mic positions... sounds strange i know, but you get the idea once you see it in action.

it's a large download, and it's processor intensive.... but it's pretty good for getting a range of Acoustic drum sounds.... and also for messing with until you get really odd sounds.

http://covops.dreamhosters.com/dropbox/ ... k3.alp.zip

thanks to the covert operators for hosting the file.

:)M
Thanks AM,
added this to the first post. (master list).

heya Jasinski, i think you may have missed posting this up on the front page.

cheers,
M
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Post by jasinski » Mon Jan 15, 2007 9:56 pm

am wrote:
heya Jasinski, i think you may have missed posting this up on the front page.

cheers,
M
Added now to the top of the list. I think i need to remember to hit 'submit' after I hit 'preview'. :D
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