At a glance this looks very nice.

I have one recommendation.... 

I noticed you have some collections which hit each note such as the Riser Pack and the Kick collection.

I would argue those should be converted to soundfonts and be a single SF2 file, not a bunch of individual samples.

This would also have the added benefit of shipping a relatively small SF2 file with our software, which currently we do not have any of.

I haven't had a time to download and try these out yet, but I wanted to point that out.

-Tres

- Tres.Finocchiaro@gmail.com


On Tue, Aug 26, 2014 at 4:31 PM, HDDigitizerMusic <HDDigitizerMusic@gmail.com> wrote:
@Ian Sannar
All right. I made these myself. Took a heck of a long time.
If they're included please preserve the names. :)

Great, you can create a pull request here. :) We have a new repo for the
sample packs now. Make sure to read the rules.
https://github.com/LMMS/Samples

@drunken jesus

You can create a pull request here. :) We have a new repo for the sample
packs now. Make sure to read the rules. https://github.com/LMMS/

>I mainly created the pack for myself so I'd have a bunch of drum samples to
layer and tweak that weren't overprocessed, still as I said their are plenty
of sounds in it that sound good solo, theirs 180 samples covering all the
regular drum kit basics (kicks, claps, cymbals, snares, toms) 40 fx samples
& 45 assorted percussion samples.

If you could process them, that would be perfect. :)



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