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Checking out the official Digga drum kit from iStandard Producers.

They get some of their top producers to put together exclusive kits of their own drum samples, sometimes from their most popular tracks or just from their personal stash.

This one is definitely a kit for the boom bap producers out there. If you like Raw drums, sometimes with a little extra goodness left over from the sample, you may definitely want to check this kit out.

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13 Comments

  1. E-BANGA

    Sounding pretty dope ima have to check it out, also Joe I was wondering if u can suggest a nice bass kit, that deep sub bass something like in the style of Hi-Tek or Dilla, I know they used filters to obtain the bass sounds they were looking for as do I, but sometimes u want something on the fly, i already copped the Conant Gardens joint and there are a few in there but i was looking for something dedicated to just bass sounds, thanks brother.

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @E-BANGA, no doubt fam. Check out modernbeats they have a bass kit. Also check out abstractbeats.com they used to have one too.

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  2. Haralduz7

    Nice drums. Are they royalty-free? I guess they are since you’re featuring them, but I can’t find any lisence for the sounds on they’re site. BTW have you considered to make it posible to be notified by e-mail about when you’re answering/commenting my question/comment just like at S&G?

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @Haralduz7, yeah they are royalty free fam. And yeah I will enable it, thought it already was not sure what happened.

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    Haralduz7 Reply:

    @saintjoe, earlier I wrote an error. Of course it’s not supposed to be “they’re site”, but “their site”. And I still wonder about that. If I was going to buy this, it had been nice to know what the license looked like. Because I guess you’re buying a license to use it here to, just like at Big Fish Audio for example. There the license is very easy to find. Is there a licence at all? I can’t find it. Thank you for some answers BTW.

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @Haralduz7, Yeah I hear ya, but I wouldn’t worry about it, they whole point of selling the samples is so you can use them. Big Fish is a much bigger company that caters to many more clients with a vast array of products including full sets of loops and such. But you could probably email iStandard if you want something in writing.

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    Xavier Reply:

    @Haralduz7, when yo buy the kit it comes with a pdf file, that is the license agreement.

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @Xavier, yeah I think he was looking for one before he purchased to make sure he was clear to use them how he wanted.

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  3. D DutchZ

    I’m in the music business for 25 years now.
    Started out as a Background dancer, urban/Hiphop.
    After a few years i started writing rhymes and started rappin’/ singin’. All good, now i’m working with Ableton live 8 and working hard to get that “own sound”, till now i had to find my way in Ableton but;
    Done, time to drop them murderas beats!!

    I gotta say that you guyz really are doing a good job. Special thx to “Saintjoe” for hooking me up with the right stuff!!

    D DutchZ

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @D DutchZ, cool man always glad to help. Thanks for checking the site!

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  4. Dj Jambone

    Those are some nice ambient sound drums Saint ..

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    saintjoe Reply:

    @Dj Jambone, cool, thanks for checking!

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  5. DrumsAndSounds.com

    E-Banga one of the best and simplest things for Bass is just a plain old Sine Wav. I use Logic, not sure what your using but in almost any synth you can st up just a basic sine wave with a fast attack and use your keyboard to trigger it either with the kick drum or just to play a more melodic bass line.

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