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    50 Processed Ethnic Percussions
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    Here :

    http://www.dorumalaia2.com/freerefillswavsamples.htm

    can be downloaded (and used for free !) :

    Doru Malaia - 50 Processed Ethnic Percussions (samples pack wavs version – 14 mb ( 8 mb compressed as .zip) , refill version – 4,3 mb ) - containing 50 one-shot wav samples .

    All of those samples were recorded at 96000 hz/24 bits , processed and then dithered down to 44100 hz/16 bits ! All of those are original and produced by myself .

    All samples are royalty-free. This means that you can use the samples in your own compositions and songs without paying any further royalties (but you are, however, not allowed to sell or redistribute any or all of the samples as a sample pack , refill , sf2, etc, or on a sample CD).

    Enjoy my friends !

    Doru MALAIA
    composer

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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    Thank you Doru!!


    Roberto

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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    Thanks a lot fo your time and efforts.
    I'll give it a try

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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    For those who use Kontakt 2:

    I've created a .nki file to make it easier to use the samples.
    Just download the archive, extract it, copy all sample files
    into the extracted samples folder and update your Kontakt 2
    database.

    Doru, I hope you don't mind that I offer this.
    If you don't want it I'll remove the file from my download server.

    Have fun.

    Tom

    Download link:
    http://www.tom-crowning.com/pub/musi...ercussions.zip

    Dorus samples are NOT included, so please download them first
    from his site.

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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Crowning
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    Doru, I hope you don't mind that I offer this.
    If you don't want it I'll remove the file from my download server.
    Doru, means no answer 'Yes' or 'No'?

    Best regards.
    Tom

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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    He can't answer you because he died around that time.
    http://www.ctgmusic.com/topic.php?id=5692

    RIP Doru!

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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    I remember that his samples were available for some time after his passing. Does anyone know if they can still be obtained?
    If pro is the opposite of con lets look beyond this....the opposite of congress must be progress...

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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    The links appear still be working:

    http://web.archive.org/web/200504031...wavsamples.htm
    Marcelo Colina

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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    A number of the links on his site don't work (for free wav downloads), like the one with the drums this thread mentions.
    Using: FL Studio 8, on Windows.
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    Re: Free samples - 50 processed ethnic percussions

    Quote Originally Posted by chesterdesmond View Post
    I remember that his samples were available for some time after his passing. Does anyone know if they can still be obtained?
    We have made an arrangement to license much of the Doru Malaia Ethnic Percussion samples and will include them as part of our upcoming World Instruments collection.

    Best,

    Gary Garritan

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