Drum Samples?

Discussion in 'Synths / Samplers & VSTi' started by Craigce, Dec 26, 2010.

  1. Craigce

    Craigce Active Member

    Dec 26, 2010
    A couple days ago I received some drum replacement software [Drumagog 5] as a gift. It already came with samples in it, but none that I'm really into. Where can I get some awesome drum samples?
  2. natural

    natural Active Member

    Jul 21, 2006
    Have you ck'd out the Drumagog website?
    Most of the popular libraries are supported. (Bfd2, superior drummer, etc)
  3. TimOBrien

    TimOBrien Active Member

    Jan 19, 2003
    Depends on what you want: Pop, rock, jazz, metal????

    A Google search will get you a bunch, but you need to be more specific....
  4. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Staff

    Mar 20, 2000
    BC, Canada
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    I use BFD2 and Emulator X3 samples. Even though BFD 2 sounds more real I much prefer fatter kicks and processed sounding snares. E-mu acoustic sets are really nice.
    E-MU Sound Central
  5. liveit777

    liveit777 Active Member

    Mar 5, 2011
    I made my own. People reading this probably thinks this is stupid but it worked very well. I had a yamaha s90 keyboard and found a pretty good sounding snare. I recorded it onto my computer, put some effects on it, like compressors and what not, and saved it in drumagog as a preset. It sounds good. I did that with the toms and kick. Not the cymbals though. And one more thing.... If the drums they sent you is called DEMO COLLECTION, there are some others on there website for free. They are not the best sounding ones but they are better than the demo collection. Heres a link to my bands youtube channel. You can here the drums that I've made.

    YouTube - liveit777's Channel
  6. rocksure

    rocksure Active Member

    Jul 18, 2007
    New Zealand
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    I thought I'd bring to attention the Black Friday Sale on at http://www.analogdrums.com . The sale offers a "buy one get another one free" deal. These kits are sold at a good price at the best of times, but on sale I think they are a real bargain. There are avariety of different styles of kits available, and they sound very good. (I admit that I have been involved in the recording and/or editing of some of these kits). Recorded with some awesome gear (vintage and modern) in great sounding rooms....they are definitely worth checking out if you are looking for top notch drum samples.

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