> Do you use hydrogen or midi to make drum parts for your songs?
midi (muse) and samples (specimen)
> Are there nice drum hydrogen files available? where?
Ok, this made me download hydrogen and indeed it has some nice kits
(each within it's own directory, most of them wav). I also had a few
collections of samples of old drummachines laying around, which made me
play around with specimen.
So I wrote the attached python-script, that simply makes a .beef
(specimen file) from all .wav-files in a directory. It'll assign every
sample on a new note chromatically from a given note (default is 36), so
it's mostly useful for drums.
I think it's gonna allow me to make noise more easily :-) I post it here
in the hope others might find it useful too...
peace, love & harmony