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Old 05-27-2007, 01:54 AM
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How do I use this sample kit?? Do I need a certain generator? I'm using FL studio and I have no idea how to put the kit into that program and use it :S...help plz T_T
Well, put it in a folder that is mapped in the browser window (or map a new one if you want in options), create a soundfont channel and drag the .sf2 file to the newly created channel button.
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Old 05-27-2007, 11:18 PM
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Hi. I'm looking for an effective 'ticking' sound. I have something pretty particular in mind so I'll describe it the best I can. Imagine like the tick of a clock, but not so harsh. Like a thin tick with a little resonance to it that will work well with a rhythmic passage. Imagine what a song with a clock type theme would start out with.. a ticking of a clock, but then over it is a rhythmic ticking sound. I know this still pretty vague though very specific. But if anyone can decipher my little rambling prose then I would greatly appreciate it.

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Old 05-28-2007, 12:07 AM
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Well, put it in a folder that is mapped in the browser window (or map a new one if you want in options), create a soundfont channel and drag the .sf2 file to the newly created channel button.
Thanks for the help. It worked :D
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Old 07-07-2007, 04:06 AM
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Anyone here have a good TV turn off sound? I can't seem to find one online. Thanks!
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Old 07-16-2007, 08:05 AM
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Hi. I'm looking for an effective 'ticking' sound. I have something pretty particular in mind so I'll describe it the best I can. Imagine like the tick of a clock, but not so harsh. Like a thin tick with a little resonance to it that will work well with a rhythmic passage. Imagine what a song with a clock type theme would start out with.. a ticking of a clock, but then over it is a rhythmic ticking sound. I know this still pretty vague though very specific. But if anyone can decipher my little rambling prose then I would greatly appreciate it.

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A woodblock? Or a cowbell perhaps? Maybe even two drumsticks? Actually I think a woodblock would be your best option to look into.
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Old 07-17-2007, 02:35 AM
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Hi. I'm looking for an effective 'ticking' sound. I have something pretty particular in mind so I'll describe it the best I can. Imagine like the tick of a clock, but not so harsh. Like a thin tick with a little resonance to it that will work well with a rhythmic passage. Imagine what a song with a clock type theme would start out with.. a ticking of a clock, but then over it is a rhythmic ticking sound. I know this still pretty vague though very specific. But if anyone can decipher my little rambling prose then I would greatly appreciate it.

Thanks.
If you have a microphone, you could just start hitting things with other things and see if it ever makes the sound you want, and then go about recording it. If you don't have a microphone though.... hmmmm. Beyond Tensei-san's recomendations, I can't really think of anything, but consider getting a clock tick near what you are looking for (after all there are lots and lots of different clock ticks) and then just EQing out the bits you don't want. I admit, when you say of a clock themed track I'm kinda thinking of this sorta track, and the opening samples of it.
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Old 07-17-2007, 02:40 AM
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Anyone here have a good TV turn off sound? I can't seem to find one online. Thanks!
Well, if you have a microphone... =P

Anyways, I figuring you mean that kinda fake TV-off sound, right? The one which is kinda high pitched and then goes low pitched really fast? I'd emulate it with a synth - simply screw with the pitch envelope... errrr, you do have a synth with a pitch envelope, right? If you don't, I suppose you could do some crazy pitch bending, or maybe a huge but really fast slide if your sequencer does that.
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Old 07-17-2007, 06:28 AM
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Here, you can put this under "drums"
http://samples.kb6.de/downloads.php
popular old drum machines, sampled in .wav format and zipped
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Old 07-26-2007, 11:34 PM
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This is a shot in the dark, but does anyone know of a really decent castanet sample or soundfont?

I can't find one anywhere.
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Old 07-27-2007, 05:36 AM
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Seriously? Here's a castanet oneshot
http://www.yousendit.com/transfer.ph...9f25a0d913f5f4
you can slice out the last click and make two samples, since a castanet isn't really that varied.
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