key labelled bass samples

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  1. barnesy00

    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    anyone know of any good sample packs that have key labelled bass samples?
    for example like this:

    bass1-A#.wav

    cheers
     
  2. StrifeII

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    i've got Danny Byrd's and all of his are labelled.
    Not hard to figure out though, no offense. There's only 12 possibilities :p
     
  3. barnesy00

    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    i know yer but just when searching or browsing for samples its much quicker
     
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    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    Once i downloaded a pack calles beji' samples super pack. Alot of things in there were labelled
     
  7. richie_stix

    richie_stix gomby plz

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    Or make your own, then you know for certain ;)
     
  8. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    this pretty much also you get the satisfaction of knowin you made it
     
  9. Fishy:)

    Fishy:) Active Member

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    Best thing is to learn to hear it by ear;P

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    Or u can get g-tune, a nice lil plugin that shows u what key it is
     
  10. barnesy00

    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    only for windows :(
     
  11. TongueFlap

    TongueFlap Flappin'

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    mate load ur sample in a sampler and then just play the correct note.
     
  12. barnesy00

    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    didnt think it worked like that, so if i load it into exs24 it will create load of the same sample in differnt keys?
    it usually splits the sample up tho? how do you do that?
     
  13. dexter

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    if youre using ableton use the spectrum analyzer, it shows the frequency of ..frequencies.. and all the key, so if your looking for the key of a bass, look at the sub bass area, theres usually just a plain sine, and see where its hitting, if its a melody, the first note it plays is the key its in
     
  14. TongueFlap

    TongueFlap Flappin'

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    you can make it play the sample on every note, and it will change pitch according to which note is pressed.. its in the edit menu
     
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    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    cheers il giv it a go, so when i put it in the sampler (right click, convert to sampler track?) go in edit and what?
    sorry im bit stupid at this kind of thing
     
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    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    ok ive figured out how to do this but does the exs read pitch?
     
  17. sam the dnb man

    sam the dnb man Variation

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    Im sorry but i have to say this.....

    Make your own.
    Too many people use the same sounds these days whether its a preset or a sample.
    When constructing your own sound from scratch there is a possibility that you will create something original.
     
  18. barnesy00

    barnesy00 DJZeroZero

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    true, i do use a lot of samples but i make a lot of sounds , also i would never use the bass samples just raw, would add effects, distortion etc