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ONSLAUGHT88

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So I got reason 5 now, I know how to use it a lil bit. Just wondering where the best place to get drum samples from?

Thanks in advance, I'm sure I'm gonna have a lot more questions coming this way.
 

Snaz

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You can find plenty of samples on the various forum threads but i would start by getting yourself one of the dnb sample cd's and taking it from there.

Then at least you will have a good chance of starting off with some quality sounds in your sample library.

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Vengeance Sample CD's are also very good quality samples. Essential House 1 and 2 CD's have some very good kicks and snares as well as some nice cymbals amongst other things. They have been quoted previously as a must have for all dnb producers. make sure you try and find em.
 

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I have pretty much all of the vengeance packs. Clubsounds 1 & 2, minimal house vol 1, electro, bass sounds, effects vol 1 & 2 and also the Danny Byrd sample pack. To be honest I very rarely use the danny byrd one, the vengeance packs are so vast and useful.
 

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yea i rarely use the danny byrd one any more but it is a good startin one with snappy snares an punchy kicks etc
 
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I have pretty much all of the vengeance packs. Clubsounds 1 & 2, minimal house vol 1, electro, bass sounds, effects vol 1 & 2 and also the Danny Byrd sample pack. To be honest I very rarely use the danny byrd one, the vengeance packs are so vast and useful.
Funny I also have the exact same sample packs but no more, looks like we may have found them in the same place ;)
 

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Ive just started producing again. I D/L the free FL demo and im thinking bout going for that. Learning from videos and what have you. Im guessing that vst's are the way to go.. *stratches head*
 
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Drumsound & Bassline Smith hospitality pack is pretty good. But like the others said, your best starting with the VECs. If there's any sound you need its most likely in them.
 
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