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jontom
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Freebies from Atom Hub at very high quality, some of them with many round robins. I hope you didn’t post it before: http://www.atomhub.net/Freebies.html

- Percussions Mr. Pot Bus Stop Booth (Various metallic sounds) Empty Playground (Various items) Cottage (Various items, mostly wooden)

- Tonal Barking Buddy (It’s a dog!) Candlestick (Metal and Wooden) Psycho Mini (Psychedelic noises from an electric guitar) Cuckoo Clay Bird (Ocarina) Gnat Shepherd (Vuvuzela) Cryptar

Also the premium versions are very good and cheap (€10) but for some reasons, Paypal doesn’t work.

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I’m sorry guys, I think this topic should go to AJ Off Topic… I noticed that right after I posted. Sorry for the waste of time.

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I thought it might be nice and useful to do a list of free libraries for Kontakt. There are some hidden gems outthere that deserve to be noticed!

I’ll start with the incredible freebies from Atom Hub: http://www.atomhub.net/ Unusual percussions and tonal samples.

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The difference is not in the tool but in the hands that handle it!

Beside some additional tools that a supercool plugin might bring to the table, if you know how to mix frequencies even the default parametric EQ will be just fine.

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Yea I feel you. Sometimes I tend to overproduce stuff but in the end, it’s nice to see if the mix “works” even without all those notes.

This could bring you many benefits:

- You can do way better on the EQ. Being focused on less sounds would be a huge step forward because it forces you to make them sound right without any additional help. I remember the first time I learned how to place a bass line right after a deep kick… Man, it sounded beautiful! I almost wanted to bounce and lock the session! :D - Having a great track with a few instruments means you have to strike a terrific performance. Now that’s another value to keep in mind!

Combine these two things and after many attempts you’ll be ready for the next step with more confidence in your skills. Add a couple more ideas to your vision an start turning knobs until you’ll end up composing HUGE cinematic music, Zimmer style, with 7483910 mondo toms, sweeps, swoosh, risers, drowners, fx and 9102983gb of Orchestral samples. :D

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Thanks guys!

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I’m sure the guys know that :) I’m not expecting a reviewer to spend 10 minutes on each track… especially when you have thousands of songs to do.

Just wait. In the meantime you can always make more music!

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Well done! Congrats!

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Congrats! You really should put that ukulele -sorcery in corporate use :D

haha yea I’m trying to but last time… they pushed me into Children’s category :D

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Hiya hope you don’t mind but I’ve removed the link as this is not allowed on this section of the forum. All authors should know where to find your fantastic track ;-) If you like I can put the link back in and move the chat to Item discussion, but I think you’ll get more interaction here!

No problem at all! I didn’t know that, I’m sorry. It’s actually the first time I’ve got featured :)

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