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The J    18

for a movie i'm working on, the director needs that kind of effect:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWvgjOkFPiM

i have this on EWQL goliath called tibetian percussion or something, which is exactly that but i don't have enough variation like in that link.

its very minimalistic feature and artistic, there is a soft piano "chinese" composition and the bowl sound should be underneath it to emphasize a tension, fear, violence.

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The J    18

marius, glad to see you on their site, i'll check it out then.

phant- you forgot to mention on what library is that temple rain thing?

edit:

just looked on google- temple rain is only available for SD2 pro or the exapnsion for SD1-i have SD2.

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i bought it, so cheap couldn't get the thing to work on SD2 in anycase. i hope its best, downloading..

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marius, glad to see you on their site, i'll check it out then.

phant- you forgot to mention on what library is that temple rain thing?

edit:

just looked on google- temple rain is only available for SD2 pro or the exapnsion for SD1-i have SD2.

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i bought it, so cheap couldn't get the thing to work on SD2 in anycase. i hope its best, downloading..

Temple rain drum is on Stormdrum 1.

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Marius    90

The temple rain drum is only available as an SD1 patch, so if you only have SD2 then you won't have it. About the closest RA comes is the gongs or gamelan ensemble, but those are just sort of in a similar timbral zone, they're not comparable.

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The J    18

the tibetian praying circle in SD2 and "tibet" on goliath are both singing bowl samples, but they have much less variations than the one on precision sound. i don't know how much variation you have on temple rain in comparison.

i'm actually getting this tomorrow, so i'll have a chance to practice playing it live.

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