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Baard
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358 posts since 27 Nov, 2009, from Norway

Postby Baard; Thu Feb 17, 2011 4:13 am

Katzenjammer wrote:Are there any brushes in this kit? Any sound examples of it?
There are no brushes I am afraid. However, there are some excellent freebie brush kits from commercial developers such as Pettinhouse.

As for a sound example:
Baard wrote:Gregjazz did a demo of my mappings for Session Drummer 2 in this post: http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic ... 39#4223939
Katzenjammer
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261 posts since 13 May, 2005, from Sweden

Postby Katzenjammer; Thu Feb 17, 2011 4:42 am

Baard wrote:
Katzenjammer wrote:Are there any brushes in this kit? Any sound examples of it?
There are no brushes I am afraid. However, there are some excellent freebie brush kits from commercial developers such as Pettinhouse.

As for a sound example:
Baard wrote:Gregjazz did a demo of my mappings for Session Drummer 2 in this post: http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewtopic ... 39#4223939


Thanks! Will check out this kit any way. The mp3 sounded good.
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Baard
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Postby Baard; Thu Feb 17, 2011 5:02 am

Katzenjammer wrote:Thanks! Will check out this kit any way. The mp3 sounded good.
NP :) Be aware that the original release had a naming bug in the "lo tom" samples. There is a patch and instructions available at the forum.

I will upload a pre patched version of the samples when I am done with the new mappings. I think that there should also be a compressed version in .ogg for those who dont have a disk streaming sfz player or lots of RAM in their box. (If you load the entire kit in SFZ Player, it uses around 700MB of RAM). I see however, that Linuxsampler now has support for all the opcodes needed, and AFAIK it streams sfz from disc.
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spacedad
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Postby spacedad; Tue Mar 01, 2011 8:42 am

thanks for this herodotus! :)
i was just looking for some really free drum samples to include in a vst i was making for my kids.
and a lot of free samples have restricted licences when it comes down to making vst's.
very nice idea,cheers! :tu:
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Postby musinux; Thu Mar 17, 2011 4:02 pm

Hi,
to say it at the very beginning: I am very happy about this project!
Finally perhaps some day we got a whole set of drums and all other important Instruments (GM Set) in superior Quality.
The SFZ Standard supports this.

And here comes the very big "but".

But the librarys should be in very good sound quality.
I have downloaded the set "the open source drum kit.zip" and therein nearly all samples are cutted to early at the end with fade out.
That is awful! Especially the Cymbals and the low toms are lacking the release tail. I cannot use this in Music styles like Jazz or Fusion or slow ballads. You would shurely hear this!

Yes it is true, in most cases original drum recordings are processed via a gate. But as a sound engineer I want to decide myself, how the sounds are shortened.

Please, is it possible to publish a "long tail" Version of this drum set? If Yes please do so!
And it is no problem to publish this as Ogg Vorbis Sound. You will save much harddisk space.
SFZ is capable to use OGG Vorbis Compression format. And if you use a data rate more than 190kbit/s there will be noone who "hears" data reduction.

Only to define what is "superior" quality have a look at the SALAMANDER GRAND PIANO V2. You'll find it here: http://freepats.zenvoid.org/Piano/


Best Regards, Musinux
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Postby herodotus; Thu Mar 17, 2011 5:36 pm

musinux wrote:
But the librarys should be in very good sound quality.
I have downloaded the set "the open source drum kit.zip" and therein nearly all samples are cutted to early at the end with fade out.
That is awful! Especially the Cymbals and the low toms are lacking the release tail. I cannot use this in Music styles like Jazz or Fusion or slow ballads. You would shurely hear this!


I am sorry you don't like your free download



Please, is it possible to publish a "long tail" Version of this drum set?



No.

And it is no problem to publish this as Ogg Vorbis Sound. You will save much harddisk space.



Not really an issue. And compressed samples can't be edited.



Only to define what is "superior" quality have a look at the SALAMANDER GRAND PIANO V2. You'll find it here: http://freepats.zenvoid.org/Piano/


This entire project was recorded over 5 years ago. I don't even know where the original recordings are. And to be honest, I don't care.

Sorry.
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Postby swegguar; Fri Mar 28, 2014 9:00 pm Re: sfz Open Source Drum Kit Project: 600 MB download from Real Music Media

sorry i got lost in blogs and broken links, i cant find the download to the 600MB open source drumkit. can anyone share? im willing to spill blood in a candle ritual if necessary. Also petting kittens is prone.
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Baard
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358 posts since 27 Nov, 2009, from Norway

Postby Baard; Sun Mar 30, 2014 3:48 am Re: sfz Open Source Drum Kit Project: 600 MB download from Real Music Media

OSDrumkit:
http://download.linuxaudio.org/musical- ... kit.tar.7z

Fix for wrong naming on the toms:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/965 ... enamed.zip

Latest version of my mappings:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/965 ... rdW-v3.zip

These mappings will work on any SFZ player that supports all the opcodes, but are streamlined for loading into Cakewalks Session Drummer 2.
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Baard
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358 posts since 27 Nov, 2009, from Norway

Postby Baard; Fri Apr 03, 2015 3:13 pm Re: sfz Open Source Drum Kit Project: 600 MB download from Real Music Media

Is anyone up for helping me with a OSDrumkit 2.0?

I could use the help from someone able to look through the samples and find the best velocity matches . I dont have much insight into this, but I do believe that it needs some tightening. I also believe that the .wavs should be renamed accordingly. However, its not ideal, since it would create a new branch of the original. Thoughts on this? I can write mappings, a manual and organize. Herodotus perhaps you could still supply us with hosting?

It would also be nice if we could create a project template for major daws (paid and free), so people can start of quickly?
DSmolken
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1196 posts since 20 Sep, 2013, from Poland

Postby DSmolken; Thu Oct 15, 2015 11:20 am Re: sfz Open Source Drum Kit Project: 600 MB download from Real Music Media

Bump because...

I want to make a glitch drum kit of processed acoustic drum samples, and this kit seems like a good candidate - it's about the right size, has a lot of elements, a good amount of velocity layers, and hopefully being open source means it's OK to release modifed versions based on it?

If any of the people behind this project see this and would rather not see this happen, let me know and I'll use some other samples.
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1196 posts since 20 Sep, 2013, from Poland

Postby DSmolken; Fri Oct 16, 2015 9:54 am Re: sfz Open Source Drum Kit Project: 600 MB download from Real Music Media

Seems to be turning out pretty well...

https://soundcloud.com/karoryfersamples ... drums-demo
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