Chpoki

Percussive sounds created from a plastic container.

The story

Here is the sound of me slapping, spanking, smacking an even whacking a plastic box. As I remember, the cap was green. BTW? Seems you can even play some melodies with it!

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  • I'm so going to use this

    This is a weird, quirky, funny sound. Every now and again, I get to write funny slapstick music, and this is just the thing for those kinds of pieces. It's a little silly, a little zany, but very fun. The samples here are plentiful and well recorded and well edited. Everything about this is really well done. This is one of those libraries that I'm sure some people would feel is useless to just about everyone, but I'll tell you now: I AM THAT GUY WHO NEEDED THIS!!! Thank you so much!

    Sam Ecoff04 November 2021
  • Fun Sounds

    The sound of Chpoki is fun and funny at the same time. Almost has a child-like quality. I could actually see this being used in a quirky comedy, animation, or even pop music. Here's a hint: Try using it in a dancehall, reggaeton, or afrobeat production. Enjoy!

    dafingaz13 October 2021
  • Very funny and unique instrument

    This is a fresh instrument with samples that sound like bubbles. I think this is one of those unique instruments that you will find in pianobook.

    OsvaldoDeJesusG26 October 2021
  • Specific scoring situation

    Although these sounds are too silly for my personal music, i agree with sam that they could be useful to have around for slapstick and similar things. Its definitely a unique sound but wouldn't fit into my original music.

    septemberwalk14 November 2021
  • Poppy!

    Just some pops that can be fun to play with. Although it could use some noise reduction, the noise is not that audible due to the fast nature of the sound. I also found that the samples are sitting slightly more to the left. It's also kind of funny that some notes are bound to keyboard strokes.

    Alex Raptakis01 November 2021