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JumaStudios says

Great one Mat! Nice instructions! Did this with some traditional arabic instrument at some point…but guess I never put enough effort into it.You do need to work a lot to achieve a good result. I mean, all the editing and stuff.

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Allegro120 says

Much of my instruments are sampled by me, ukulele, guitar, bass, percussion, violin etc. It’s fun and exciting but it is also slow and labor intensive. The results can be very good.

Whenever the sampling in multilayers, is where you get the best results and more reality.

If you have time and inclination forward … you will like.

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