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Templeball

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Re: Good sources for samples
« Reply #10 on: November 08, 2007, 15:55:57 »

Computer Music magazine's included DVD contains many samples monthly. Most of them are 24/96 though but a simple batch conversion will do the work... I haven't tried them yet so cannot comment on their quality, but they should be quite good.

MUSIC TECH MAGAZINE HAS THE BEST LIVE DRUM LOOPS I HAVE EVER HEARD .COMPUTER MUSIC AND FUTURE MUSIC MAGAZINES ARE ALWAYS  CLEAR BUT JUST THE SAME OLD STUFF NOWADAYS..SUBSCRIBED TO TO FM SINCE 1994 AND HAVE ALL THE COMP MUSIC MAGS ..BUT THEY HAVE LOST THE PLOT..GONNA CANCEL SUBS ,AND SUB TO MT MAG..Templeball :evil:
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Re: Good sources for samples
« Reply #11 on: November 08, 2007, 16:33:26 »

Hi, welcome to the forums, though please drop the all-capital-letter posting, it's considered shouting. Thanks. :)

Future Music, fantastic mag back in it's day you're right about that it losing the plot. I used to have quite a collection of their CDs. Where is Music Tech magazine distributed and does it have a website? I'm not too interested in subscribing, but if I see it at an airport I may have a look.
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Re: Good sources for samples
« Reply #12 on: November 29, 2007, 13:26:07 »

First post on modarchive.org = )
I believe in making your own samples. If you want some tools to do so with. Check out /x from my website. http://phaserbeam.com/x
FL6XXL Producer Edition: Quite a number of ways to generate samples in there.
Also Cool Edit Pro 2.1: For ripping.
Asio For All Drivers: Real-time effects
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Re: Good sources for samples
« Reply #13 on: December 10, 2007, 12:20:04 »

www.breakbeat-paradise.com
Great loops, effects, vocals, synths and other stuff!
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