Drum Modelling August 24, 2022 by Luigi Felici two instances afro https://nusofting.com/download/cm2/two_instances_afro.flacthree instances cubahttps://nusofting.com/download/cm2/three_instances_cuba.flacthree instances congas wackhttps://nusofting.com/download/cm2/three_instances_congas_dong.flactwo instances sambahttps://nusofting.com/download/cm2/two_instances_samba.flacone instance tweaked sound loophttps://nusofting.com/download/cm2/one_instance_loop.flac
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what you think? Suggestions for needed sounds?
these are really cool !
What plugin is making those sounds?
The one I’m working on right now, using 2D waveguide modelling for percussion.
I don’t have a GUI to show yet, I will add some images as I start to finalize the design of the interface.
Cool! Please emulate claves too and in future also chimes and iron triangle. Thanks for your great work.
Thanks romkrom! Claves and triangle will surely be in the presets.
Thanks, so I will add more suggestions for latin 🙂
Pealse, emulate two large timpani of the symphony orchestra.
Another possible suggestions : stell drum and hand drum
I stand corrected, I meant steel drum.
Thanks for the feedback, please notice that modelling instruments using only math is an intensive job, especially if one wants precise emulation of complex sounds. For this reason my percussion models are not ready yet for timpani (as in orchestra) , since they have a very peculiar complex tone.
Where conga, timbale and cowbell are more simple in term of timbre.
The cabasa and the guiro are not hard to emulate, anyway it’s another family as they are not membranes or plates. Anyway I got a guiro sound tweaking the cymbals model.
Currently I’m still experimenting with my models possibilities. I will upload more audio examples soon.
It is possible to emulate finger snap?
Not with these models I’m working on, that’s really another story.
Hang, Pan drums , steel tongue, are melodic percussion instruments also possible?
Hi Stefan, I could make models for pitched percussion like handpan or marimba, so far I’m focusing on unpitched percussion. The Hang Drum is surely a great instrument, but I think that things like congas or snares has more common used (commercially speaking), and I also love all African and Brazilian percussion. Cheers.