Precarious Panda wrote:
DeerPresident wrote:

Rules? Sampling from a song isn't that difficult. Give a SPECIFIC song and more or less WHERE in the song the sound is and I'll rip it for you. Fuckit, name a couple of songs and the sounds you'd like and I'll make a Scrill-eggs (for copyright reasons, obviously) sample pack. Sampling from a mostly sampled genre seems pretty pointless though, just my opinion.

I was thinking of the growls as I don't have ableton or FL or something that costs 2.3 million so I can use Massive or FM8 to make it. If I did have the money, I would buy said programs. Anyway I mostly talking about Scary Monsters and Scary Bolly Dub with the growls and drop on that.

dude, just make the growls yourself, I never thought I'd be posting these before I'd actually managed to make something out of them, but these are some growls made entirely in the pig.
Growl made by messing with values of the noise sample from starpause's nitrotracker samplepack
gupgupgup thing I'm not entirely sure what this is actually called but yeah, I cut up a voice sample, and repeated a small amount of it, I messed with the settings that make it crunchy and shit.
totally not a wip song again, used the starpause noise sample, all editing done in piggy itself.

Alpine wrote:
Precarious Panda wrote:

I was thinking of the growls as I don't have ableton or FL or something that costs 2.3 million so I can use Massive or FM8 to make it. If I did have the money, I would buy said programs. Anyway I mostly talking about Scary Monsters and Scary Bolly Dub with the growls and drop on that.

dude, just make the growls yourself, I never thought I'd be posting these before I'd actually managed to make something out of them, but these are some growls made entirely in the pig.
Growl made by messing with values of the noise sample from starpause's nitrotracker samplepack
gupgupgup thing I'm not entirely sure what this is actually called but yeah, I cut up a voice sample, and repeated a small amount of it, I messed with the settings that make it crunchy and shit.
totally not a wip song again, used the starpause noise sample, all editing done in piggy itself.

I don't use piggy, I use sunvox

A free collection of rain samples recorded during a thunderstorm in Belgrade:

http://99sounds.org/rain-and-thunder/

Some heavy thunder sounds, too!

I made a copy of the waverom for the SQ-80 Wavetable Synth:
http://www.toilville.com/audio/sq_80.wav

For fans of Monowave on littlegptracker.

Roland human Rythm Composer
http://www.mediafire.com/download/anjq5 … -8_WAV.rar

Leapfrog Twist and Shout
http://www.mediafire.com/download/anjq5 … -8_WAV.rar

Last edited by Crashmast (Oct 24, 2014 2:04 pm)

1.3GB WaveWorld sample pack:

http://modarchive.org/forums/index.php?topic=2406.0

EDIT: Oh, and ^ that Leapfrog link is wrong,

Last edited by SolarLune (Nov 26, 2014 5:44 am)

SolarLune wrote:

Oh, and ^ that Leapfrog link is wrong,

Well, that's embarrassing. Here's the correct link: http://adf.ly/I4IGa

Also, here are two sample packs I made not long ago.
The first is me banging around on some cookie tins for some metallic bongo sounds
http://www.mediafire.com/download/xld3l … Kit+v2.rar

The second is percussion samples from cassette tapes, which have varying degrees of quality and are really warm and lo-fi.
http://www.mediafire.com/download/2x6h6 … Kit+v2.rar

I'll be updating both of these as I find new tins or cassettes, and I'm hoping to make a pack of vinyl drums in the future.

One cycle of Pulsar CP 1919 AKA Joy Division's Endless Pleasure Art



https://twitter.com/peterswimm/status/5 … 7470785536

I just did a recording of all the drum samples (no vocal or effect things) from MIDINES. Check it:

140 samples.
16-bit, 44.1 mono.

http://www.planetzaxxon.com/zip/midinesdrums.zip

Last edited by Radlib (May 31, 2015 4:52 pm)

herr_prof wrote:

OAKA Joy Division's Endless Pleasure Art

unknown pleasures. smile

my blog w/ free samples of old keyboards!! please submit recordings smile)
http://oldkeyboardsamples.tumblr.com

About time I contribute something here. Korg Monotribe samples: all three drum sounds, and single cycles of the three synth waveforms, all in C, through all the octaves the machine can produce.
Add some dirty analogue vibes to your 10k Pig jams.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/88h3f4lfjmhq … 7OiMa?dl=0

I've found here some good samples: http://www.lucidsamples.com. Hope it will be useful