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[dead] DNR Organic Compounds SF2 SFZ + Repack wav screenshot DNR Organic Compounds [SF2 SFZ] | 106 MB + REPACK WAV | 350 MB
The samples included in Organic Compounds have been recorded through a combination of AKG C414 B-XLS II and Rode NT-55 microphones. The audio examples at the bottom of the page are a very good representation of the styles of sounds you can get with just the unaffected samples. We have not used any compression, limiting, equalizing or other external processing devices – just pure drum sounds that you can mix as you see fit. All sound categories include “hard”, “medium” and “light” recordings to allow very flexible velocity layering and round-robin mappings.

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