Re: The Salamander Drumkit

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On 03/01/2012 01:54 PM, Julien Claassen wrote:
Hello everyone!
OK, my alternative sfz-files are up:
http://juliencoder.de/jpc_salamander.tar.bz2
Or via the website:
http://juliencoder.de/other.html
In the tarball you will find a jpc.sfz, which is the complete kit and
then the seperate files for kick, snares, toms, cymbals and hihats. The
cowbell has gone in with the cymbals.
I applied the fix to the bellchime (well both of them) and I made the
closed hihat part of group one, so it also mutes the open hihat. Besides
that, you will find, that I change the layout of the sounds over the
keyboard and I skipped one kick. :-) I hope, the few of you, who also
like to play live will enjoy it.
Alexander: Thanks again for this effort!
Warmly yours

Thanks both of you. The strong part of the drumkit (all though not a drummer myself) seems to be the natural sounding, especially of the hihats and snare drums! great work! The toms might be the weaker point (but again, I am not exerienced and not sure how the sound should be if there is a should at all...)

Great work Alexander! SFZ rules! ;)

\r
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