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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Various - DanceNet Sampler 95 (CD) Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. This was the best of all possible worlds. We were actively promoting our records, the public was Various - DanceNet Sampler 95 (CD) for the privilege and getting good value in return, and Elektra was being fertilized by the profits.

At the time the term "sampler" was mainly used for a demonstration of needleworkand this was the first time the word had been applied to a musical compilation. Holzman was enthusiastic for the format, and Elektra regularly issued budget-priced samplers of its folk catalogue in the USA throughout the s and 60s.

In the UK, Elektra's office decided to use issue samplers to try to position the label in the marketplace, and issued the folk sampler Fantastic Folk before the more rock-oriented Select Elektra Many of the most important and innovative folk and rock artists of the time featured on the samplers of their respective record labels, particularly in the UK, and as a result their work reached an audience which would have otherwise been inaccessible.

By the end of the s, however, the format became less relevant. The rise of indie rock labels e. Chiswick Records and Stiff Records in the UK and bands in the late s and early s revitalised the sampler as a marketing tool, but the format was all but dead by From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Nevertheless, if you're after dirty great chunks of attitude from your sample library, and you're not in too much of a hurry when looking for the right loop, then you'll want to check out this title pronto. Mike Senior. Prices include VAT. This library describes itself as a virtual brass section.

I tested the EXSformat version, which includes all the multisampled note sets. There are four different instruments represented on the disc: 'B'-flat trumpet, alto sax, tenor sax and Various - DanceNet Sampler 95 (CD).

Despite being shiny, metallic and generally gold in colour, the sax is strictly speaking a woodwind instrument, though this particular combination of instruments together comprises what we Various - DanceNet Sampler 95 (CD) think of as a modern brass or horns section.

All the instruments were recorded using a Neumann U89 mic via a Neve preamp, and the subsequent samples were edited in Pro Tools. Each note over the natural range of the instrument was individually sampled at between two and five velocity levels depending on the playing style, and different sample sets up to a dozen in the case of the trumpet have been created to encompass stabs, trills, slurs, endings and other expressive nuances relevant to each particular instrument.

The first of these uses eight MIDI channels and uses memory-efficient versions of the sounds around MB in allalso missing out some of the trills and flourishes. Eazi Split uses all 16 MIDI channels, is again around MB, and places the saxes on channels one to eight with the trombones and trumpets on channels nine to Alternatively you can get everything up and cooking at once with Brass All, though you may need more than one sampler to accommodate this, as it totals MB.

Using the samples in EXS24 format is straightforward enough, though if you don't have a full-range keyboard you'll find that all Various - DanceNet Sampler 95 (CD) samples are cramped up near or even beyond the top of your keyboard, which means using the transpose function of your keyboard or sequencer to get them back into range. The quality of the samples is extremely good, and the sounds are exactly right for recreating soul brass sections or your own Earth, Wind and Fire sound-alike parts.

In fact there's enough variation in the playing styles and velocity switching to compose quite believable Various - DanceNet Sampler 95 (CD) parts if you have the patience.

Layered together and with suitable harmonies, the resulting brass sections come over as solid and assertive, not limp and flabby as so many brass samples are when used in this context. In fact the overall effect is most convincing, especially if you have the patience to properly exploit the different playing nuances. If you need a tight, professional brass section but can't afford the brass! Paul White. The collection kicks off with Ueberschall's ever-popular demo song at least only one this time followed by 24 construction kits with tempos ranging from bpm to bpm.

Following the standard construction-kits route, the samples are grouped into three tracks: The first contains the full mix around 45 seconds long followed by the backing track minus the drum loops. Track two houses the drum track in its entirety and all the composite drum hits and sounds.

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