i got this from another forum,so some of you probaly knows about this
Thanks, I will check it out.
Thanks alot, can never get enough drum- and voice samples.
OMG, it’s all mine!
your welcome indeed theres some nice samples in there
I get 404 returns whatever link i click…
Somebody probably found out some tremendous leech event was going on.
It’s all legit though, maybe they were not prepared for such a rush.
5 TeraByte… in one day… WoW!..
Really fun. They get a huge samplebank to some third world children, but first world will probably enjoy the samplebank much more.
Some pretty nice stuff in this bank though.
I got my fix, had no trouble downloading the stuff i wanted, and may I add, holy sheize, those sounds were awesome!!!
cool. but are the samples royalty free as well?
OLPC Edition of Renoise, anyone?
And the license is basically free for any use:
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