#1
if you have a real set with a nice sound for rock/metal, i would really appreciate .wav sound clips of your set so i can use it on my drum machine =)

i'm recording an album and i'll give credit where it is due, as well as include any sort of ad you may want in the handbook
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#2
Try the NS_kit_free download at

http://naturalstudio.co.uk/bb/viewtopic.php?t=548

If you scrol down (or search in the page) you will find

ns_kit7free-waz.zip (it actually says waz on the page but the file name is wav)
(72.5MB total download, extracts to 199MB)

which has samples in 16bit, 44.1KHz wav format.

Let me know if this is close to what you are looking for.
Cheers.
#3
I'd recommend going for a good software drum sampler instead. They're usually easier to work with (and much easier to get the kind of variation needed for parts to sound authentic). Plus, there's much more memory available from a computer so you can have more velocity layers which is a must to make it sound halfway decent.
#4
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Try the NS_kit_free download at

Let me know if this is close to what you are looking for.
Cheers.


This had some great sonding cymbals. Thanks, i think i'm going to use this.

I got a nice kick and snare sound from my friend's Roland TD-20
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