Thanks for the information. I\'ve downloaded the G-Town samples and can\'t wait to try them. Thanks for removing my rock :-) I had heard about them on the Tascam forum, but I guess I wasn\'t in a downloading mood at the time. (I have dialup at home.)
Now all I need is the triangle. I guess I can buy one and sample it myself. Next step: find a big church with great acoustics - and take some triangle lessons :-)
And DS Soundware is definitely on my wish list. The demos sound wonderful. And the price is very attractive compared to the other top percussion sets.
This should get me through this project as I save my pennies for the next project\'s libraries. Thanks!
I had a strong feeling when I wrote the \"triangle lesson\" bit that there was more to playing the triangle than meets the ear. But I\'ve never really watched a trianglist (?) at work.
Rather than lessons, how about a \"Triangle Mastery Tutorial\" video on a set of four CDs? :-)
BTW, the G-Town samples are stunning. The combination of blistering attacks with rich, ambient decays is joyous. And the church organ is way more fun than the wimpy pipes in my Kurweil PC88. This is way more than I could have hoped for in a free sample set - triangle or no triangle.