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The rubber chicken for kontakt

by Milton Paredes, MPJ Factory Studios

Uploaded on Oct 07, 2020 (and last updated on Oct 07, 2020)

just my Little rubber chicken!, or dramatic chicken! i sampled with the best quality as posible, 44 kHz, mono, 24 bit, 33 variations with open mouht and closed. require's full version of kontatk 5.8 or superior. enjoy !.

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Extra considerations: copyright 2020 mpj Factory studios, Quito, ecuador

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Sonic CD samples

by Dekyo Ongen

Uploaded on Aug 04, 2020 (and last updated on Aug 05, 2020)

Extracted from SNCBNK* files. All voices included. They're in 16kHz. I recommend importing these in an audio editor/sampler/whatever you choose to play with the pitch/playback rate (note -- playback rate, not sample rate) otherwise import these in a SoundFont editor, etc. If you wish to use a sampler, I recommend a sampler that allows you to choose interpolation types (i.e. zero-order hold, linear, etc.) to simulate that aliased sound (using bit crushers isn't highly recom...

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SampleSynthesis (an attempt to emulate/recreate toy keyboards and lo-fi retro sounds)

by Dekyo Ongen

Uploaded on Mar 05, 2018 (and last updated on Apr 10, 2021)

SampleSynthesis (beta version) is a SoundFont based on waveforms sampled from various sound sources. Note that "sound source" in my context refers to a sound generator software, not a public source of downloadable sounds. I made it to recreate electronic toys and more. (Specifically retro sounds). Features velocity layers in some presets, some of them are monophonic. I recommend use this SoundFont without sinc interpolation because it ruins loop points in the samples. No...

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