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  • in reply to: Midi note number confusion // Decent Sampler #2814
    electronic_tiger
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    For what it is worth: In his Decent Sampler Preset Tutorial David Hillowitz also maps c3 to note number 60. So that is the standard he is using for DS… I guess?.

    in reply to: Decent Sampler Helper Tool #2795
    electronic_tiger
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    Thank you Raul! That looks very helpful indeed. First impression is that your tool makes it a lot easier for me to identify what I’m working on than working with the XML in Sublime Text.

    electronic_tiger
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    I know nothing of microphones. But if you follow Christian Henson’s videos on youtube for any time you’ll know that he thinks the world of the Shure SM57. And numerous times recommended it as one of, if not the best all round microphones. Inexpensive too at around $100.

    Recently I heard an engineer say with a very elaborate and expensive microphone collection that if he had just one mic it would be a Shure SM7b. According to him it was developed as a kick drum mic. Now pretty much the standard in broadcasting / podcasting. He can use it for anything. Strings, guitars, drums, bass, vocals, whatever. Again not the most expensive mic in the world at $400.

    The most important thing I guess is to play to the strength of whatever you get. Obviously a cheap sm57 is going to give you a different sound than a Neuman U67 microphone that costs a whopping $7000. The question is, do you need that sound? Maybe not.

    in reply to: Request: Also share instruments as .wav files #2554
    electronic_tiger
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    Indeed a lot do come with wave files. Which is rocking awesome! A recent one that comes to mind that doesn’t is the CS-700 Brass. Had a couple more over the last few months but I’m not sure on on their names. I can look into that, if that is is useful?

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