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diminished
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Post 29 Aug 2019

https://reverb.com/software/samples-and ... collection#

Vol 01 - Reverb Roland Modded TR-707 Sample Pack
Vol 02 - Reverb Roland TR-606 Sample Pack
Vol 03 - Reverb Oberheim DX Sample Pack
Vol 04 - Reverb Roland TR-808 Sample Pack 
Vol 05 - Reverb Roland TR-909 Sample Pack 
Vol 06 - Reverb Modded Roland TR-909 Sample Pack
Vol 07 - Reverb Roland CR-78 Sample Pack
Vol 08 - Reverb Oberheim DMX Sample Pack
Vol 09 - Reverb LinnDrum Sample Pack
Vol 10 - Reverb Ace Tone Rhythm Fever Sample Pack
Vol 11 - Reverb Ace Tone Rhythm Ace Sample Pack
Vol 12 - Reverb Boss Dr Pad Sample Pack
Vol 13 - Reverb Boss Dr Rhythm DR-3 Sample Pack
Vol 14 - Reverb Chamberlin Rhythmate Sample Pack
Vol 15 - Reverb Conn Min-O-Matic Rhythm Sample Pack
Vol 16 - Reverb E-mu Drumulator Sample Pack
Vol 17 - Reverb FG Enterprises King Beat Sample Pack
Vol 18 - Reverb Funky Fever Disco Drum Sample Pack
Vol 19 - Reverb Guild MG10C-1 Sample Pack
Vol 20 - Reverb Hammond Auto-Vari 64 Sample Pack
Vol 21 - Reverb Kay R-12 Rhythmer Sample Pack
Vol 22 - Reverb Kent K-220 Rhythm System Sample Pack
Vol 23 - Reverb Keynote MR-101 Auto Rhythm Sample Pack
Vol 24 - Reverb Korg Rhythm 55 Sample Pack
Vol 25 - Reverb Korg Univox SR-120 Sample Pack
Vol 26 - Reverb Maestro Rhythm King Sample Pack
Vol 27 - Reverb MFB 503 Drumcomputer Sample Pack
Vol 28 - Reverb Mridanga Talam Sample Pack
Vol 29 - Reverb Multivox Rhythm Ace Sample Pack
Vol 30 - Reverb MXR Drum Computer Sample Pack
Vol 31 - Reverb Nomad Time Turner Sample Pack
Vol 32 - Reverb Olson Rhythm Instrument Sample Pack
Vol 33 - Reverb Panasonic RD-9844 Sample Pack
Vol 34 - Reverb Radel CT-24 Taalmala Sample Pack
Vol 35 - Reverb Realistic Concertmate Sample Pack
Vol 36 - Reverb Roger Linn AdrenaLinn II Sample Pack
Vol 37 - Reverb Roland Rhythm 77 Sample Pack
Vol 38 - Reverb Roland Rhythm 330 Sample Pack
Vol 39 - Reverb Roland Rhythm Arranger Sample Pack
Vol 40 - Reverb Roland TR 505 Sample Pack
Vol 41 - Reverb Sears Rhythm-Matic II Sample Pack
Vol 42 - Reverb Sequential Circuits DrumTraks Sample Pack
Vol 43 - Reverb Seeburg-Gulbransen Select-A-Rhythm Sample Pack
Vol 44 - Reverb Suzuki RPM-40 Sample Pack
Vol 45 - Reverb Teac Rhythm-8 Sample Pack
Vol 46 - Reverb The KIT Sample Pack
Vol 47 - Reverb Tronix Rhythm RB-1 Sample Pack
Vol 48 - Reverb Univox Rhythm Machine Sample Pack
Vol 49 - Reverb Univox SR-95 Sample Pack
Vol 50 - Reverb Univox SRA-75 Sample Pack
Vol 51 - Reverb Whippany Electronics Rhythm Master RM-20 Sample Pack
Vol 52 - Reverb Wurlitzer Swingin Rhythm Sample Pack
Vol 53 - Reverb Yamaha DD-5 Sample Pack

Also most if not all sample and preset packs on the site are currently free..

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mon
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Post 29 Aug 2019

Thank you very much :)
What a great way to start the day :D
:reason: 10+
:recycle: :re: :refillpacker:

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Loque
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Post 29 Aug 2019

Wow....Thanks for the info.

How long does it stay?
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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MrFigg
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Post 29 Aug 2019

Anybody technical know why winzip can't unzip it? Apparently you need to download 7-zip.

future-bit
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Post 29 Aug 2019

The package is inconvenient to use.

First, you need to unpack. My WinRAR began to swear that the names are too long.
Inside the archive will be several unnecessary folders and folders from MacOS. Okay, do it 50 times not long.

After you will see a mess in the names. Somewhere short names, somewhere long. Sort and rename it will take longer.

After you notice that loops are often not suitable. They can be with the bass. Or they can not be cut into individual crisp drums.

Some samples have dirt and clicks in their tails. Some samples tail sharply cut.

You might want to translate the frequency of 48Khz to normal 44,1Khz. You also need to convert stereo samples (which are actually mono, but recorded in stereo) to mono.

The one who made this library put a little effort. I don’t know why it used to cost $ 900. This price is overpriced.

I have Jiggery Pokery Kings of Kong Classic Drum Machine ReFill and Samples From Mars samples.
Their developers have invested soul in a favorite thing. Everything is clean, sorted. Take it and work. But here you need to finish the work by the developer instead.

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Post 29 Aug 2019

MrFigg wrote:
29 Aug 2019
Anybody technical know why winzip can't unzip it? Apparently you need to download 7-zip.
The names are too long. Unpack at the root of the disk.

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Loque
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Post 29 Aug 2019

I am wondering, that there are still ppl which use WinZip or WinRAR when you can have 7Zip for free which is better in any case IMHO.
:reason: 10, Win10 64Bit.

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Post 29 Aug 2019

Loque wrote:
29 Aug 2019
I am wondering, that there are still ppl which use WinZip or WinRAR when you can have 7Zip for free which is better in any case IMHO.
I have been using WinRAR since 1998, when there was no 7zip yet. I have a lifetime license, and I see no reason to change the archiver.

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Post 29 Aug 2019

future-bit wrote:
29 Aug 2019
MrFigg wrote:
29 Aug 2019
Anybody technical know why winzip can't unzip it? Apparently you need to download 7-zip.
The names are too long. Unpack at the root of the disk.
Thanks but how do I do that? When I open the zip file all I see is a folder for mac_os which is apparently empty. Probably quicker just to install 7-zip?

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Post 29 Aug 2019

MrFigg wrote:
29 Aug 2019
future-bit wrote:
29 Aug 2019


The names are too long. Unpack at the root of the disk.
Thanks but how do I do that? When I open the zip file all I see is a folder for mac_os which is apparently empty. Probably quicker just to install 7-zip?
Yes, 7zip. Specify the root of the disk when unpacking.
I just copied from TotalCommаnder to the root of the disk.

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Post 29 Aug 2019

future-bit wrote:
29 Aug 2019
MrFigg wrote:
29 Aug 2019


Thanks but how do I do that? When I open the zip file all I see is a folder for mac_os which is apparently empty. Probably quicker just to install 7-zip?
Yes, 7zip. Specify the root of the disk when unpacking.
I just copied from TotalCommаnder to the root of the disk.
I have pretty basic knowledge of that sort of stuff (root disk, TotalCommander etc.) but many thanks all the same. I just installed 7-zip and unzipped the zip file using that. Worked a charm.

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Post 29 Aug 2019

future-bit wrote:
29 Aug 2019
The package is inconvenient to use.

First, you need to unpack. My WinRAR began to swear that the names are too long.
Inside the archive will be several unnecessary folders and folders from MacOS. Okay, do it 50 times not long.

After you will see a mess in the names. Somewhere short names, somewhere long. Sort and rename it will take longer.

After you notice that loops are often not suitable. They can be with the bass. Or they can not be cut into individual crisp drums.

Some samples have dirt and clicks in their tails. Some samples tail sharply cut.

You might want to translate the frequency of 48Khz to normal 44,1Khz. You also need to convert stereo samples (which are actually mono, but recorded in stereo) to mono.

The one who made this library put a little effort. I don’t know why it used to cost $ 900. This price is overpriced.

I have Jiggery Pokery Kings of Kong Classic Drum Machine ReFill and Samples From Mars samples.
Their developers have invested soul in a favorite thing. Everything is clean, sorted. Take it and work. But here you need to finish the work by the developer instead.
+1

You know you are not onto a good thing when 50 packs which they claim costs hundreds of dollars with less than 3 GBs of data!!!
Was not impressed by the samples...

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Post 29 Aug 2019

Carly(Poohbear) wrote:
29 Aug 2019
future-bit wrote:
29 Aug 2019
The package is inconvenient to use.

First, you need to unpack. My WinRAR began to swear that the names are too long.
Inside the archive will be several unnecessary folders and folders from MacOS. Okay, do it 50 times not long.

After you will see a mess in the names. Somewhere short names, somewhere long. Sort and rename it will take longer.

After you notice that loops are often not suitable. They can be with the bass. Or they can not be cut into individual crisp drums.

Some samples have dirt and clicks in their tails. Some samples tail sharply cut.

You might want to translate the frequency of 48Khz to normal 44,1Khz. You also need to convert stereo samples (which are actually mono, but recorded in stereo) to mono.

The one who made this library put a little effort. I don’t know why it used to cost $ 900. This price is overpriced.

I have Jiggery Pokery Kings of Kong Classic Drum Machine ReFill and Samples From Mars samples.
Their developers have invested soul in a favorite thing. Everything is clean, sorted. Take it and work. But here you need to finish the work by the developer instead.
+1

You know you are not onto a good thing when 50 packs which they claim costs hundreds of dollars with less than 3 GBs of data!!!
Was not impressed by the samples...
That said, I got all the Samples from Mars for €8 instead of hundreds last Black Friday and I like 'em :)

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Post 29 Aug 2019

MrFigg wrote:
29 Aug 2019
Carly(Poohbear) wrote:
29 Aug 2019


+1

You know you are not onto a good thing when 50 packs which they claim costs hundreds of dollars with less than 3 GBs of data!!!
Was not impressed by the samples...
That said, I got all the Samples from Mars for €8 instead of hundreds last Black Friday and I like 'em :)
I got those as well (the year before that), nice collection...

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diminished
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Post 29 Aug 2019

I have not downloaded them myself. Worth it or not? Compared to the KB6 bundle..

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Post 29 Aug 2019

diminished wrote:
29 Aug 2019
I have not downloaded them myself. Worth it or not? Compared to the KB6 bundle..
Personally no, but it's that small and a quick download you can test for yourself :)

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Post 29 Aug 2019

I like them. They're well recorded and all it needs is some clean-up to get rid of the extra non-essential words, like "Reverb" and "Sample Audio_Pack", etc.
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Post 29 Aug 2019

I got momentarily excited at the prospect of free drum stuff but then I realised that I have more drum samples, drum synths, drum kits and drum instruments than I can ever possibly listen to in my lifetime. I also have more drum processing plug-ins than I will ever know how to use, each of which can take one of the samples and make it sound like one of the other ones, or like something else completely.

It's fair to say I'm sorted for drums!

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Post 29 Aug 2019

boingy wrote:
29 Aug 2019
I got momentarily excited at the prospect of free drum stuff but then I realised that I have more drum samples, drum synths, drum kits and drum instruments than I can ever possibly listen to in my lifetime. I also have more drum processing plug-ins than I will ever know how to use, each of which can take one of the samples and make it sound like one of the other ones, or like something else completely.

It's fair to say I'm sorted for drums!
Nah! Just download it. Just do it. Go on.

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Post 29 Aug 2019

Three nice Bingoshakerz (the dumbest name ever!) packs are available for free, too.

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