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jcrisman
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359 posts since 15 Aug, 2009

Postby jcrisman; Sat Aug 15, 2009 11:43 am

I would love to see more 60's psychedelic, folk, and Beatlesque instruments in .sf2 - especially the backward instruments, electric sitars and electric 12 strings, "Satisfaction/Think For Yourself" fuzz guitar/bass, etc...

I purchased the Phillcordia GM751 .sf2 yesterday and I love it. I'm impressed with the Harmonium and Cembalo samples too, and I hope to be able to purchase those in the near future.
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precisionsound
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854 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Sat Aug 15, 2009 3:52 pm

jcrisman wrote:I would love to see more 60's psychedelic, folk, and Beatlesque instruments in .sf2 - especially the backward instruments, electric sitars and electric 12 strings, "Satisfaction/Think For Yourself" fuzz guitar/bass, etc...

I purchased the Phillcordia GM751 .sf2 yesterday and I love it. I'm impressed with the Harmonium and Cembalo samples too, and I hope to be able to purchase those in the near future.


Hello!

I bet you will be really happy with our Indian Harmonium for the typical Beatles sounds on their Revolver and Sgt. Peppers albums.
http://www.store.precisionsound.net/harmoniuminfo.php
Our Summersale ends really soon so this is the time to grab the libraries you want and get 30% discount!
Best regards,
Lars

PS!
Your wish list is added on our "to do" and "to think about" lists... :)
I like to know what sampler you use, please let me know (you want the Sf2 files so it's a lot of samplers out there that handles them, more or less...
jcrisman
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Postby jcrisman; Sat Aug 15, 2009 5:41 pm

jcrisman wrote:I would love to see more 60's psychedelic, folk, and Beatlesque instruments in .sf2 - especially the backward instruments, electric sitars and electric 12 strings, "Satisfaction/Think For Yourself" fuzz guitar/bass, etc...

I purchased the Phillcordia GM751 .sf2 yesterday and I love it. I'm impressed with the Harmonium and Cembalo samples too, and I hope to be able to purchase those in the near future.


precisionsound wrote:Hello!

I bet you will be really happy with our Indian Harmonium for the typical Beatles sounds on their Revolver and Sgt. Peppers albums.
http://www.store.precisionsound.net/harmoniuminfo.php
Our Summersale ends really soon so this is the time to grab the libraries you want and get 30% discount!
Best regards,
Lars


OK, your sales pitch worked. lol

I did end up purchasing the Harmonium moments ago, which ended up being $27.30 USD after the discount. My shrunken wallet chose this one over the Blanchet Cembalo, but I don't feel like I "settled" since the Harmonium has 7 different .sf2 files for different articulations/effects.

By the way, I should add that Lars was helpful yesterday when I was having difficulty downloading & retrieving soundfonts (due to my intermittent Internet connection and my operator malfunctions). His customer service and patience is perhaps exceeded only by the quality of his samples. I cannot thank you enough, Lars.

precisionsound wrote:PS!
Your wish list is added on our "to do" and "to think about" lists... :)
I like to know what sampler you use, please let me know (you want the Sf2 files so it's a lot of samplers out there that handles them, more or less...


While I have Logic Express 7, I mostly use GarageBand '08 on a PowerBook G4 (Power PC). The .sf2 files are selected from the DLSMusicDevice.
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precisionsound
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854 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Sun Aug 16, 2009 9:47 pm

Thanks for the kind words. :)

Best regards,

Lars
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precisionsound
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854 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Sat Sep 19, 2009 5:53 pm

More toys in the pipeline... Retro Gadgets vol.5 and 6
A BIG African Kora and Balaphone.
Russian Balalaikas...
"Another" grand piano... :? ?? (What? :roll:?)

Please, continue to wish and we will listen! :)

Best,

Lars
dougsyo
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3513 posts since 9 Apr, 2003, from NE Ohio, USA

Postby dougsyo; Mon Sep 21, 2009 3:17 am

kagamul wrote:
precisionsound wrote::) Ok, i have the perfect product for you: Broomstickbass!
http://www.bornemark.se/bb/


Thanks - have to check it out!
Do I have access to the samples or can I only use them with the plugin - I'd like to be able to load them into a Fantom XR

Manuel

Given that Broomstick Bass is defunct, will the samples ever be available separately?

Doug
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414 posts since 15 May, 2006

Postby ViktorW; Sat Jan 02, 2010 7:37 am

precisionsound wrote:Please, continue to wish and we will listen! :)

Best,

Lars


Hello Lars,
I'd personally love to have male "choir-ish" samples with which I could play this (It's the main title to the movie Ronja Rövardotter):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKCmrR6gymA

I love that full-bellied scandinavian viking-like singing!

Other than that, I love all that is dark, folky, wintery. That might not be of much help, but I hope you know what I mean.
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precisionsound
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854 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:16 pm

ViktorW wrote:
precisionsound wrote:Please, continue to wish and we will listen! :)

Best,

Lars


Hello Lars,
I'd personally love to have male "choir-ish" samples with which I could play this (It's the main title to the movie Ronja Rövardotter):

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKCmrR6gymA

I love that full-bellied scandinavian viking-like singing!

Other than that, I love all that is dark, folky, wintery. That might not be of much help, but I hope you know what I mean.


:)
Yes If there was a samplelibrary like that i would buy it!
Great suggestion!

Lars
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precisionsound
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854 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Mon Jan 04, 2010 4:20 pm

dougsyo wrote:
kagamul wrote:
precisionsound wrote::) Ok, i have the perfect product for you: Broomstickbass!
http://www.bornemark.se/bb/


Thanks - have to check it out!
Do I have access to the samples or can I only use them with the plugin - I'd like to be able to load them into a Fantom XR

Manuel

Given that Broomstick Bass is defunct, will the samples ever be available separately?

Doug


Sorry for late reply.

Well I know that the library is superb and sells for only $49 now so, why not buy it and play?
Is there a problem with platforms i dont know about?
Let me know!

Best regards,

Lars
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Baard
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358 posts since 27 Nov, 2009, from Norway

Postby Baard; Mon Jan 04, 2010 7:02 pm

Portatif! :D

http://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portative_organ

PMI's Positive comes close on some patches, but not quite there.

For listening examples, try the Jethro Tull album "Songs from the Woods", or the track "Way of Life" from Gentle Giant's "In a glass house".
cbright6062
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11 posts since 5 Sep, 2008

Postby cbright6062; Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:03 pm

Are there any specific categories you are asking for? Like, are we just talking unique instruments like what you usually do? Or any kind of instrument?

~Mooshykris
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precisionsound
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854 posts since 26 Aug, 2003, from SWEDEN

Postby precisionsound; Tue Jan 05, 2010 12:22 pm

Mooshykris wrote:Are there any specific categories you are asking for? Like, are we just talking unique instruments like what you usually do? Or any kind of instrument?

~Mooshykris


Any kind of instruments or/and any ideas abour samplebased soundlibraries you can think of. :)

Lars
jcrisman
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359 posts since 15 Aug, 2009

Postby jcrisman; Wed Jan 06, 2010 9:03 pm

paveloso wrote:I would love to see a Charango (small Peruvian guitar). I am guessing it would fit perfectly with your Bolivian panflute for some really authentic Andean music:

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A Cuban Tres would also be really great! It is an integral part of the popular bolero and other Cuban styles. I'm sure it would give an awesome traditional sound to any production:

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Ditto on the charango--as well as perhaps a guitarrón (and other Latin American traditional folk instruments).

Mariachi and English marching band (a la Sgt Pepper) instruments also would be great additions to your library.
S4410
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71 posts since 24 Apr, 2004, from sunny

Postby S4410; Fri Feb 26, 2010 8:22 am

oud
harmonica
charango
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Baard
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358 posts since 27 Nov, 2009, from Norway

Postby Baard; Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:05 am

My second wish is a consort of Crumhorns.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGI4zG-Z ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1VQQiGX ... re=related
BTW.. Lyrical Distortion has a Charango library, selling for 10$ these days.
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