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    coughs, chairs, page turns, ect...

    Where can I find these kind of samples, particularly in an orchestra setting? I know it\'s been discussed a little bit before (I did search around a bit)... I just haven\'t really found anything useful.

    What sample library includes things like breath noises on brass/woodwinds? You know, where the player breathes in to catch their breath in between sentences.. Stuff like that....

    I do know VSL offers key/fingering noises and the NDB Pipe Organ has things like bench squeaks, but if their is a dedicated library just for general noises that might be really interesting.

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    Re: coughs, chairs, page turns, ect...

    This is probably way too easy an answer, but why not just record yourself taking a quick breath in and insert it into your pieces? That\'s exactly how it would sound if the sample devloper did it...
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    Originally posted by yannitch:
    Where can I find these kind of samples, particularly in an orchestra setting? I know it\'s been discussed a little bit before (I did search around a bit)... I just haven\'t really found anything useful.

    What sample library includes things like breath noises on brass/woodwinds? You know, where the player breathes in to catch their breath in between sentences.. Stuff like that....

    I do know VSL offers key/fingering noises and the NDB Pipe Organ has things like bench squeaks, but if their is a dedicated library just for general noises that might be really interesting.
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    Re: coughs, chairs, page turns, ect...

    I had posted free wav files of just that called, Scoring Noise.

    I no longer have it but if you ask around you may find it. I think there are many at the DSSoundWare forum that had downloaded it off my old server.

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