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Hardballs says

There is one timbre from the Yamaha DX21 , “Solid Bass” to be more precise, it is recorded without any kind of processing or effects. I also did not use any normalization, first of all because the sound is already sampled with maximum possible level, and second, because I preferred to preserve the original volume relationships among the notes instead of align them all to -0 dB. I thought it’s not enough to record each note once, so I recorded each note 3 times , so if you press F# key three times you will hear three variations of this note. This is probably going overboard and some people might not even hear the difference, but what is done is done… Just like in the original timbre you can hear the sound that synth does after you release the key, it’s slightly noticeable but let it be.

All samples are 44.1 kHz 24 bit mono WAV files. Recorded thru the Pro Tools HD from Yamaha DX21 without any effects or processing. Sampled each key from C#0 to F#6

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Thank you for reading.

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Mihai_Sorohan says

Thanks for the freebie :)

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tiam says

Thanks! Just downloaded it, haven’t installed it yet though :)

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TPN Staff says

Sorry Guys, no freebies. Forum Rules.

Because of the commercial nature of the Envato networks, authors are expected to understand and respect the fact that using the forum to post links to one’s own items, or to give away free files to the community, is not allowed. This practice effectively undercuts the hard work of all authors who wish to sell their items fairly, and as such it is not tolerated.