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Postby Draegg » Fri Jan 06, 2012 10:45 am

just google it dude. Most drumpacks come with toms. Try 909 packs

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Postby DISEMBOWELLED » Thu Mar 15, 2012 12:41 pm

No sir, I'm not going to tell you where to find samples, especially something as vague as this. Believe it or not, not everything comes in a handy convenient sample pack. I feel like some people seem to forget that sometimes finding samples does actually require that you expend some effort, ie listening to music, choosing the sounds you like.

listen to some music that isn't breakcore. who are your favourite bands? listen to their music, listen out for fills. especially listen out for albums that are well-produced and the drums sound nice and big.

or if you're going to make your own:

1. good quality sounds to begin with

2. good programming - ie accent the hits, add some off-time groove like a real drummer would

3. good processing, with good compression/reverb, pan each tom slightly differently so it creates a bit of movement in the sound, going left to right/right to left

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