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 Post subject: Nord Modular G1 and NMG2 Drum sounds
PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 1:51 am 
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Hi all,
I patched these and recorded them:
http://www.nordkeyboards.com/main.asp?tm=Sound%20Libraries&cllibr=Nord_Sample_Library&clslib=Tuned_Perc/Drums
Wave-files for in a drum-sampler osc.
Feel free to use them in your productions.
They're noisy and filthy!


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 Post subject: Re: Nord Modular G1 and NMG2 Drum sounds
PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 4:56 am 
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Thank you so much kind sir.
I will use these in Modular Sample Oscillators nd Solaris.
DL'd the old school drums, amd the hammered strings...

Cheers :wink:

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 12:11 pm 
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dawman wrote:
Thank you so much kind sir.
I will use these in Modular Sample Oscillators nd Solaris.
DL'd the old school drums, amd the hammered strings...

Cheers :wink:


The oldschool drum samples are wav,- that works.

The hammered strings aren´t from Roland and are NORD sample format, they won´t work when renamed to WAV p.ex..
How will you use ´em ?
Did you find a way to convert for usage in sample playback devices other than Clavia Nord ?

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ESC and ChickSysPro can change anything to wav. or raw.
Although I haven't tried it yet I am sifting through Vectron and jhulk's stuff for Solaris
right now.
But I will let you know if the option works.

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 Post subject: Re: Nord Modular G1 and NMG2 Drum sounds
PostPosted: Sat Apr 06, 2013 10:47 am 
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dawman wrote:
ESC and ChickSysPro can change anything to wav. or raw.
Although I haven't tried it yet I am sifting through Vectron and jhulk's stuff for Solaris
right now.
But I will let you know if the option works.


Thx Jimmy,- let me know ...
I´d be surprised when we can download the complete NORD sample library and use it otherwise ... :D

I have ESC and it doesn´t support .nsmp files for conversions.
But I don´t have Chickensys Pro though and maybe it´s an option,- but I doubt it is.

"The .nsmp sample format is a proprietary format. It is likely that the intent of Clavia is: that these samples only be used with Nord equipment."
http://www.norduserforum.com/nord-user- ... -t602.html

"The .nsmp is proprietary and encrypted. So it is not possible.
Unless you re-sample a Nord keyboard (hardware re-sampling) ."
http://www.motifator.com/index.php/foru ... ad/452162/


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