Using a random ping pong ball and an ancient Indian brass dish, all the sounds in this video (synths and bass included) are directly manipulated from the hits you see me make with the ping pong ball upon the dish.

This and projects like this give a small insight (although in the actual sample packs we sell we would produce hundreds more hits and texture sounds than on this video) as to how we create various types of genuinely unique sound sources for Field sample packs for sale on the Zoolon Audio website. As well as the unique sound sources, we also produce Electronic and Guitar sample packs. New products are regularly added. Excursions into new marketplaces are planned. All products are royalty free, top quality and low cost plus there are free taster downloads to try out from each product.

Even though our marketing is mainly aimed at musicians, electronic musicians, sound artists, video game producers and anyone creating music on just about all media platforms, I thought readers on WP might find this piece about how we process a product interesting. I hope so, anyway.

The website address is https://www.zoolonaudio.com/index.html

The website is not just a store. Under the banner, Extras, we have a Help for Beginners Guide and are always pleased to answer any email queries/questions via the Contact link.

We are also at,

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George Blamey-Steeden

Guitarist / Songwriter from the UK. I have a First-Class BA (Hons) in Creative Music Technology. You check out my music via Bandcamp.


      1. Yes, I’m not too clear on how it works. My brother is a rapper, and I know he gets samples from somewhere, sometimes they come from strange places like old songs from the 70s.

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      2. Interesting. I once sampled gangster voices from old 1920’s movies for a concept album on the Mafia. The only problem with what I did was copyright meant that that album could never be put out for sale. That’s one of the reasons I and people like me produce our own royalty free samples for the musicians to manipulate as they want to. Your brother no doubt checked out the 1970’s stuff and would probably be safe as long as the copyright hasn’t been renewed.


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