Cardboard Tube Drum
Will work in most DAWs and notation software, using Plogue's sforzando!
Initially inspired by the creativity of PVC percussion instruments, I created this simple drum from a balloon and three cardboard poster tubes. The first two are taped together, while third tube, which is slightly thinner, allowing it to slide in and out, producing different pitches. The result is a unique and very deep-sounding drum.
To make playing easier, I mapped two groups of the same samples on the keyboard, so you can use both hands to make drumming more natural.
- Seamless transition from soft to loud dynamics
- Up to 4x round robin
- Dry samples, for maximum flexibility
- Works with Plogue's sforzando, a free SFZ player that functions as both a standalone player and a VST/AU/RTAS/AAX plugin, for use in a DAW or notation software
- SFZ Format (Level 2.0)
- 48 kHz/24-bit, WAV, Mono
- 5.6 MB on Disk
Current Version: 1.1.1 Version History
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All audio samples related to these virtual instruments were recorded by and are the sole property of Michael Picher. Each virtual instrument and the audio samples related to them are licensed, not sold. Each virtual instrument and the audio samples related to it CAN be use as part of any commercial or non-commercial work. You are NOT allowed to modify, transfer, rent, lease, loan, resell, distribute, network, electronically transmit, upload, duplicate, or copy the virtual instrument files or the audio sample files that may be related to them. Furthermore, you are NOT allowed to use the audio sample files (or recordings of the audio sample files, with the intention of using the recordings as sample files), as part of any other sample library, virtual instrument, game, or software. These virtual instruments and the audio samples related to it are licensed "as is" without warranties of any kind.
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