I am interested in this as well because I am having trouble finding a way to integrate more modern percussion sounds with Finale 2006.
I am sure that toms, roto-toms, and more auxilliary percussion will be included in GPOA, but the wait is becoming painful because I am working on several pieces in school that need more modern percussion. Anyone have a suggestion of a percussion package that is not ludicrously over-priced? And please... oh please no damn loops. lol
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1) Who sells this library in Austria, and for which price. The belgian dealer (Muremo.be) has a really embarrassing website with nearly no content or information.
[Update:] I emailed them and had an answer within 1 hour. On a Sunday evening! I take back everything! Those guys are good! BTW: The price including shipping (from Belgium to Austria) is 100 Euros. Maybe that is helpful for the other europeans here.
Has someone tried the Doru Malaia's 230 Ethnic Drums & Percussions? It's recorded at 24bit/96 kHz, and has an extensive instrument list. They are one shot samples in .wav format. I have only heard some of them, which are free to download. The DVD is only 30 euro (about 37,5 dollars). I want to buy it, but the web page is down (http://www.dorumalaia.com). I suppose it's not the best, but... it's REALLY cheap.
I own another DVD from Doru Malaia (Super Percussions FX), and it sounds good for the price.