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    "One-off" Instruments?

    Hi Everyone,

    Is there any place that offers downloads for just one sample instrument at a time? No specific genre in mind.

    Does anybody think the trend of investing in an entire lib which duplicates things you already have will begin to change? I'm also interested in learning more in general about the market and current offerings for "one-offs". Any developers planning anything like that?

    Joanne

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    Re: "One-off" Instruments?

    I think Sonic Reality is doing that.

    jeffn1
    For original progressive electronic rock influenced by J.S. Bach and (old) Rush, check out: www.soundclick.com/jeffreynaness.

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    Re: "One-off" Instruments?

    I recommend Precisionsounds.

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    Re: "One-off" Instruments?

    Well, I noticed this advertisement as I was browsing:

    http://www.sampletekk.com/

    jeffn1
    For original progressive electronic rock influenced by J.S. Bach and (old) Rush, check out: www.soundclick.com/jeffreynaness.

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    Re: "One-off" Instruments?

    With the emergence of performant convolution reverbs, I'm hoping that we'll see a shift back to capturing dry instruments so that building an ensemble by mixing and matching instruments between vendors becomes the norm as yet another avenue for personal expression and individual taste.

    Of course, then one could only hope that we could get some agreement on control schemes across companies so that you don't have to develop multiple personalities to deal with them all. Or at the very least, host/notation programs will need to know the differences and present you an opaque, consistent interface shared between them.

    - m
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    Re: "One-off" Instruments?

    Joanne,

    www.wizoosounds.com

    and

    www.sonicimaplants.com

    are two that I can think of.

    All the very best,

    Darren

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    Re: "One-off" Instruments?

    Thanks much Joe, Jeffn1, Worra, Darren, Marklelford for the links. These definitely offer the type of discrete instrument downloads I had in mind.

    Markelford - you're right that converting to the right platform is the biggest next issue.

    Joanne

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