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    Sleigh Bells?

    I need some sleigh Bells. Definitive Percussion has an okay one, but it\'s a single sample, so the obligitory 8th notes are not really selling. The sleigh bells in the 1080 sound aweful. Any suggestions?


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    Re: Sleigh Bells?


    Dig thru the old Roland lib. There are some usable ones in there. I remember doing an Xmas project in July/Aug a few years back. Funny seasonal juxtaposition....especially given the fact that we are in Southern Cali.

    Will call this week and catch up. Been a bit overwhelmed lately.


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    Senior Member Bruce A. Richardson's Avatar
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    Re: Sleigh Bells?

    LP makes \'em. No samples required, just a mic.

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    Re: Sleigh Bells?

    I\'m going to be uploading some free percussion to my site soon. It\'s got all kinds of useful stuff. Including Sleigh Bells, left and right samples with 4 velocities. I\'ll let you know when it\'s there.

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    Re: Sleigh Bells?

    Can not wait for them tim! [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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    Re: Sleigh Bells?

    Originally posted by Bruce A. Richardson:
    LP makes \'em. No samples required, just a mic.
    <font size=\"2\" face=\"Verdana, Arial\">Wow, Old School, huh? [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

    Didier -

    I actually don\'t have any of the old Roland Libraries. (everyone gasps together)

    Tim -

    Sounds like fun. I don\'t know if I would be able to use them for this project (need something now), but thanks for your help and effort. Can\'t wait to hear them.

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    Re: Sleigh Bells?

    VRSoudns has some. They\'re usable.

    Roland Orch board has one that works for down beats, but thats it (not jingles)

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