Finger clicking - any ideas?

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  1. Mr. Edinburgh

    Mr. Edinburgh Member

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    hi all,

    I'm looking for a library or loop pack of finger clicking -

    any ideas?
     
  2. d.healey

    d.healey Music Monkey

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    While driving yesterday I was thinking of creating a finger clicking library. But then I thought why would anyone with fingers and a phone buy it. Now I'm thinking maybe I'll make it...
     
  3. MartinH.

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  4. Ben H

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    You could try sampling the Addams Family Theme song :P

     
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  5. dariusofwest

    dariusofwest Active Member

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    Can't snap my fingers so always looking for good finger snapping libs ^_^
     
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  6. averystemmler

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    I'll only settle for physical modeling finger snaps. Tell the SWAM folks to get on it.
     
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  7. Ben H

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    And make it snappy ;)
     
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  8. pmcrockett

    pmcrockett Senior Member

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    Back when Spitfire's Labs libraries were on Kontakt, there was one with finger snaps and hand claps. It hasn't been rereleased on the new sampler, though. Maybe people could email them and mention that they're interested in seeing it again?
     
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    maybe spitfire can do one in the AIR hall one day....
     
  10. Fry777

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    Time Macro has tongue clicking patches if you're interested in a little variation !
     
  11. DSmolken

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    99Sounds Hands Make Sounds is free and has a selection of well-recorded finger snaps.
     
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  12. MartinH.

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    Symphonic Snaps and Chamber Snaps?
    No thanks, I'll wait for Trailer Snaps ;).
     
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  13. Lee Blaske

    Lee Blaske Senior Member

    There are some very useful ones in Spectrasonics RMX.
     
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  14. You probably figured it out by now, but it is called finger snaps, to facilitate your searches on the net...
    I think that Stylus RMX and NI Battery have some...
     
  15. LHall

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    You'll also find some great finger snaps in InSession Audio Shimmer-Shake-Strike. Awesome library that everyone should own.
     
  16. TigerTheFrog

    TigerTheFrog I'm supposed to be working now.

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    N has finger snaps with Power Legato.
     
  17. jbuhler

    jbuhler Senior Member

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    A truly legendary patch.
     
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  19. tonaliszt

    tonaliszt Active Member

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    Cinesamples has a free one as well.
     
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  20. TigerTheFrog

    TigerTheFrog I'm supposed to be working now.

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    If anybody is looking to walk on the world side of snaps, there is the Alma Flamenco loop and sound library from loopmasters. It's pricey, and not a VI, but it is often discounted a lot. I think I got it for $10 or $12.

    You can get various versions of L&R snap patterns, plus 11 flams at various speeds. It has utility beyond flamenco.

    There are also 12 different kinds of claps, or as they describe it in this library, palms--from very dull ones to ones that are very snappy. You could make a very sweet velocity layered instrument in Kontakt in a few minutes. Plus palm flams and phrases.

    But wait, there's more! It also has guitars, cajons, voices, castanets, bongos, and taconeo (foot stomps).
     

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