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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by thebassclef, Aug 15, 2006.
The Clave app by Andrew Milloy
I've updated my free double bass, it now has legato and better vibrato, for anybody who needs a DB part on a track. I wanted to get the update done before the original hit 10000 downloads, but I missed by about a week...
Meatbass - Karoryfer Samples - Karoryfer Lecolds
Just got an email from Reverb with this list of 10 free plugins.
10 Free Software Plugins on Reverb Right Now | Reverb
Some of them seem pretty impressive.
Tux Guitar is a good one!
It opens most tab files including Guitar Pro and PowerTab. Unlike Guitar Pro, it's free, and that means Tux Guitar doesn't have many options in terms of writing, but it reads just fine!
The KVR Developer Challenge is on, with 41 new free plugins/programs/sound libraries. One of them is an entry I worked on - Marie Ork, a female virtual death metal vocalist. You can register and vote on your favorites, too, with the winning entry's developer getting a trip to NAMM to present there. Of course, that would be HUGE for me.
KVR Audio Developer Challenge 2016
And if you need a tuba bassline, but don't want to use a nice classical tuba because you need a folk-punk tuba, well, here's a free folk-punk tuba for you! Over 1000 samples.
War Tuba - Karoryfer Samples - Karoryfer Lecolds
Free beat making software: LMMS • Home . Like FL studio but free and lo-fi. This with audacity and I'd say you could easily put tracks out.
THE METAL KICK DRUM | FREE Drum samples for Metal
Since everyone's wanting drum kits. ...here's one I found when hunting metal sounds.
Bedroomproducersblog is a good site as well. ....
MT Power Drum Kit AU VST Drums Sampler Plugin Instrument FREE
This one is getting pretty popular. Can compete a bit with Ez drummer as well, from what youtube is showing me.
Yeah, my friends who are into rock always insisted I use that kit in their tracks, instead of bigger, more realistic and theoretically better kits. It really has the archetypal processed post-2000 hard rock drum sound.
As in it sounds overly tight and isolated? That's kind of the impression I got. Personally I'm just after variety of sound. And potentially better midi grooves.
Yeah, very tight and clear, also heavily compressed.
Btw last month I also released a baritone sax, with bonus drums made from close-miked recordings of its mechanisms.
Bear Sax - Karoryfer Samples - Karoryfer Lecolds
Sweet sax recordings.
As For drums. ...compressing is good, I think. Lets you choose what you want to stand out. May sound unnatural but compressing/EQing repeatedly works for Vengeance.
Ever checked out Tweakbench? Good old video game sound vsts.
It's been a while, but got another freebie. A set of five bobobo drums from Ghana, and a cajon.
Gogodze Phu Vol I - Karoryfer Samples - Karoryfer Lecolds
Walkthrough video, to answer the inevitable "what do bobobo drums sound like, anyway" questions:
Also, there's another KVRDC this year, with an August 30 deadline - so quite a few free plugins and sample libraries should drop on that day. I might make one also.
Muse Score is a good free notation editor. I used to recommend Crescendo from NCH Software, but they just started charging for it. I think it's worth it -- the note entry is easier than any other notation software I've ever used.