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Holiday

Our spirited holiday is back on the shelf!

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A premium, luxury sound.

As a team of producers, we've had a lot of success making music, and one thing is for sure — we don't sell what we don't use. 

It's really hard to find high quality, stylized drums like this, and this is exactly what I was looking for. Not going to lie, it's in everything I'm creating right now. I'm obsessed.

Ned Cameron (Kid Ink, Migos)

My first introduction to That Sound was the Organic library. Since then, I've been hooked. That Sound libraries have become one of the main ingredients to further refining my sound.

David Schuler (P!nk, John Legend)

I don't have to worry about opening a folder and running into old, recycled, reprocessed drums from other libraries. It's instant inspiration from the moment you load a sample or loop.

Angel Lopez (Timbaland)

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Holiday

A concise library with sleigh bells, jingle bells, bell trees, finger cymbals, and other charming, festive percussion.

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Bells

includes a full set of jingle bells, sleigh bells, and bell trees

Perc

chimes, woodblocks, finger cymbals, hand drums

Holiday Magic

complete with good tidings, Christmas miracles, and holiday cheer

Beat Breakdown 001

Producer Captn breaks down a sample-based 8 bar loop using sounds from our 1993 library.

Concept Libraries

1985

$ 45.00

1993

$ 35.00

Boots + Claps

$ 35.00

Cinematic Pop

$ 35.00

Dark + Chill

$ 35.00

Drumline

$ 55.00

Elements

$ 45.00

Future

$ 45.00

Gratis

$ 0.00

Hangar

$ 55.00

Holiday

$ 15.00

Mammoth

$ 35.00

Neon

$ 55.00

Organic

$ 65.00

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Organic Percussion

$ 55.00  $ 41.25

Re: Taped

$ 35.00

Total VII

$ 1,110.00

Tropicool

$ 35.00

Virgo

$ 35.00

Hangar

Captured at High Bird Aviation

Common approaches to using samples in your production...

Audio on the grid.

This is usually the way to get started using samples without using them from inside a Sampler. Many producers still use this method as the timing is rock solid.

Create a track for each element – Kick, Snare, Clap, FX, etc. Then simply paste the sample where you want it. Kicks on Beats 1 and 3, and clap on beats 2 and 4, for example. It’s simple enough to copy and paste regions to create beats and song sections and the timing is tighter than MIDI.

Use a sampler.

For most of our libraries, we deliver presets for Battery, Maschine, Logic's EXS24, Ableton, and Reason. This enables you to use MIDI notes to trigger sounds. The advantage to this approach is that you can easily swap out samples after you have made the beat by simply choosing different sounds from inside the sampler—without having to re-program the beat. This is how most people utilize drum samples to program beats.

Drum replacement, triggering.

Using a plugin such as Slate Digital's Trigger, you can augment or fully replace the drum sounds in your session with samples. The plugin senses when the original sound is being played and triggers the sample to play at the same time. This works great if you have recorded drums that you want to use but the sounds are not quite how you want them.

Icon Libraries

Paul Mabury

$ 35.00

Darren King

$ 85.00

Nir & Jeff

$ 85.00

Sterloid

$ 85.00

Jekyll & Hyde

$ 35.00

Total VII

$ 1,110.00

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