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#1 Raul (ulneiz)

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 00:06

Does anyone have samples about metal hammer impact sounds?
 
I need hammer quality samples, with a strong, dry impact, a metal hammer against another metal. Anyone have any flac you can share?
 
On the other hand, does anyone know of any VSTi that contains hammer impacts?
 
I would use it along with symphonic orchestra and synthesizers.
 
I have searched in many parts and unfortunately I can not find samples of quality and the VSTi libraries that I have nor does this kind of sound appear.
 
Thanks for any help!

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 00:24

Have you checked freesound.org?

http://freesound.org...?q=Hammer metal

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 08:18

Fieldrecorder are dirt cheap, why not look for a secondhand zoom H2 or something? You can record your own original sounds quickly @ high sample/bit rates if necessary. 



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Posted 07 October 2017 - 10:44

@boonier @Djeroek. 

 

Thank you very much! For the moment, I found this loop with 5 impacts. The third impact is close to what I'm looking for. With a little equalization or pitch variation I think it might work.

 

http://freesound.org.../sounds/274846/

 

Interestingly, this sample is recorded with a Zoom H5 (they look very nice these microphones). Although I had a good heavy hammer and a good piece of metal to beat, I know that it is very difficult to get the desired sound, since it depends on the material. These kinds of sounds are hard to come by. I have a wired microphone that captures quite well. But ugh, it is very difficult to record certain sounds. Above, the hammer impact leaves a wake of reverberation that also depends on the room, which complicates it even more.

 

There probably is some library for Kontakt with percussions of this type.


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Posted 07 October 2017 - 10:58

http://www.synthtopi...sample-library/

 

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 11:29

I found this one, which sounds like oldschool indus techno hammer samples (80s/90s) :

 

https://freesound.or.../sounds/103630/

 

Depending on what you search, magic keywords can be: anvil, steel hammer, blacksmith...

 

EDIT: BONUS:

(goto 00:45 to hear the hammer in action)

 


Edited by sokoban, 07 October 2017 - 14:56.

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Posted 07 October 2017 - 14:10

You could try using a cheap piezo contact mic on the metal piece, this way you get the clang in full glory but mostly without any mic/room effects at all, like anechoic quality to put room on yourself. I recommend bribing local scrapyards owner, he might even borrow you some more advanced and fierce hammers for your repository of...er, musical instruments?



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Posted 07 October 2017 - 16:43

"Unique percussion samples from a Brooklyn metal shop." : https://www.converse...ussion-samples 


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Posted Today, 12:50

Thaaaanks!!!

 

 

http://www.synthtopi...sample-library/

 

Ringing rocks are pretty awesome! 

 

Wow, surprised by this. I love!!!!  ^_^  I'll try the Kontakt library thoroughly.

 

 

"Unique percussion samples from a Brooklyn metal shop." : https://www.converse...ussion-samples 

 

I really am not aware of how much art is concentrated here when it comes to capturing sounds, a "hidden" craft practice that could give many hours of fun to those who carry it out.

 

 

 

 

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I am also looking for a very peculiar sound of percussion, which has been used to imitate the footsteps of a horse with the impact of a coconut split in half? I do not know how to explain it. Let's see if I find any video and I share it.

http://www.synthtopi...sample-library/

 

Ringing rocks are pretty awesome! 

 

Wow, surprised by this. I love!!!!  ^_^  I'll try the Kontakt library thoroughly.

 

 

"Unique percussion samples from a Brooklyn metal shop." : https://www.converse...ussion-samples 

 

I really am not aware of how much art is concentrated here when it comes to capturing sounds, a "hidden" craft practice that could give many hours of fun to those who carry it out.

 

 

 

 

---

I am also looking for a very peculiar sound of percussion, which has been used to imitate the footsteps of a horse with the impact of a coconut split in half? I do not know how to explain it. Let's see if I find any video and I share it.


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