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Looking for Pulse Library (not synthy)

DDK

Active Member
Looking for a pulse library that is derived from natural sources
Like guitars or cellos or acoustic percussion.
Any suggestions
thanks for the help
dave
 

667

Senior Member
Seconding Tantra, or any of the Heavyocity Gravity expansions which have a lot of acoustic sources. And hey they're 50% off through NI right now.
 

shawnsingh

Active Member
8dio has some aura libraries - The"rhythmic aura" libraries are synth, but "aura guitars" and "aura percussion" might be like what you're looking for.

Out in general check out their bpm based category.
 

ScoreFace

Active Member
8dio has some aura libraries - The"rhythmic aura" libraries are synth, but "aura guitars" and "aura percussion" might be like what you're looking for.

Out in general check out their bpm based category.
Yes, the 8Dio stuff is really nice, I think in Rhythmic Aura, there are guitar loops as well, but with a little processing...

You may want to check out NI Mallet Flux, it has fantastic mallet pulses and even more, some presets are almost like little mallet ensemble arrangements.

Or if you want orchestral pulses, The Orchestra might be interesting for you, they have basic rhythms for all sections and even for full orchestra, sounds great:)
 

TigerTheFrog

Experienced Amateur
Dream Audio Tools' Repetitive Bass
You can layer it with their Indie Fingers Series
DAT has a lot of instruments (including mandolin, dobro, bouzouki) that pulse and blend with each other, and with other libraries. They are always inexpensive, and often go on sale. The bass is particularly useful when paired with syncopated rhythms.

EDIT: There is a 50% off sale now on Dream Audio Tools. Use code Easter2019 at checkout.

Other recommendations: Heavyocity's Scoring Guitars, Sonuscore's Origins series, In Session Audio's Fluid Harmonics & Fluid Strike, and Sonokinetic's Ostinato series (strings, brass, and woodwinds).
 
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