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    Can someone recommend a good Country Music sample library?

    A friend of mine wants me to help him with a country song. Does anyone know of a good country music sample library?

    Thanks!
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    Sean C. Dockery
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    Re: Can someone recommend a good Country Music sample library?

    what instruments are you looking for, bass would be just a straight ahead jazz bass, Will Lee still sounds great, Chris Hein, Trilogy,

    guitar strums, V2 acoustic,


    piano Ivory or white grand

    if you want a steel guitar forget it band in a box has a new program that has some possablities you should look into, no Im not kidding

    fiddle garritan stard, which is not availaible unless can find some old stock somewhere, Kirk Hunter

    harmonica forget it

    lead guitar, there may be a couple of decent things, band in a box again, do a search, I heard a good strat not long ago but cant remember it

    country is no different than anything else, just depends on how you play it. If I were you I would give band in a box a good listen

    this should be a good start
    Last edited by Jeff4h; 07-28-2008 at 06:23 PM. Reason: mistake

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    Re: Can someone recommend a good Country Music sample library?

    Unbelievable steel guitar:

    http://www.wavelore.com/wlps_details.shtml
    Hans Adamson
    Art Vista Productions
    http://www.artvista.net/

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    Re: Can someone recommend a good Country Music sample library?

    But unfortunately the Wavelore steel guitar doesn't seem to be accessible to Mac users.

    Ric P

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    Re: Can someone recommend a good Country Music sample library?

    the wavelore is OK the technique is good but the tone has a long way to go, however I play pedal steel so Im going to be more pickey. To me it still just doesnt sound real yet. I hope he makes it and I think he may. This is probably the hardest instrument to sample in my opinion and I didnt think he would get this far. Im rooting for him all the way

  6. #6

    Re: Can someone recommend a good Country Music sample library?

    listen to these

    http://64.40.109.185/pgmusic/audio/rt03/RT3_samples.wma

    http://64.40.109.185/pgmusic/audio/rt09/RT9_samples.wma

    http://64.40.109.185/pgmusic/audio/rt04/RT4_samples.wma

    some of this would be hard to beat with live players, if your wanting to produce a demo and do everything yourself I just cant see anything beating this, you can always substitute instruments to like bass drums ect

  7. #7

    Re: Can someone recommend a good Country Music sample library?

    Thanks. Band in a Box sounds like it could help me compose a country tune except for one thing: I tried the demo and it does not work with mLAN ASIO drivers, thus rendering it useless to me since that my audio device only uses mLAN ASIO.

    Thanks to everyone else for their replies. I may just pick up the Wavelore Pedal Steel guitar. It sounds pretty awesome!
    _______________________________________
    "I would rather compose than decompose."


    Sean C. Dockery
    www.SeanDockery.com




    Cubase 5, Komplete 6, Alchemy, PLAY, Vienna Instruments, Spectrasonics, and much more

    INTEL|CORE I7 980X 3.33G, 12G CORSAIR DDR3, SSD 160G|OCZ for OS.






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    Re: Can someone recommend a good Country Music sample library?

    they have great on line help. You may try asking them if there is a way to get it to work.

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