Started by HarD-TeX, November 29, 2005, 17:31:09
QuoteAre TR-909 samples still relevant these days? I know I've posted 909 samples before, but this set's more complete: 456 mono 24bit 44.1khz WAV files, each containing about 8 hits – just enough so you can "round robin" them. That's over 3600 hits.The 909 was recorded directly to tape first, then converted to digital at 24/96 using a Mytek converter, then software SRC. They're not the thickest samples out there compared to many commercial products, but it's a fairly complete starting point where you can further compress / EQ to your liking in your own music.
QuoteThe all new MTBM.NET has been released and it now caters for everything we do. On the new site you will find all of our existing brands rolled into on accessible area.To celebrate the new website, we have released two new samplepacks under the Multiples brand.
QuoteWith more than 40 synthesised, professionally produced drum sounds in Wav format, this library is ideal for all electronica, minimal techno and electro producers.
QuoteThe Jomox XBase-09 is an analog drum machine based on Roland's 909. The difference is like the Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris fight in Way of the Dragon. They both got kicks, but at the end of the day Bruce Lee broke Chuck Norris' fucking neck. The 909 is good, but the Jomox is better.Our new sample pack consists of 53 samples from Hyphae's XBase-09, created by Hyphae and Megatroid one hazy night in Hyphae's studio. A secret weapon for years, we're now sharing them with you cause we're just good people. You can check out Megatroid's new Jackie Onassis remix for a taste.
QuoteThese multi samples were taken from my FreeBass FB383 bassline synth. It's a rackmount analog bass synthesizer (clone of the Roland TB303).The samples were recorded directly into Ableton live, I then added some EQ and compression to give the samples a bit more bite.As always the samples are completely royalty free and available to download at no charge.There are 13 individual bass hits in .wav format (notes C1-C2) ideal for loading up in any software or hardware sampler.
QuoteThe kit contains a kick, snare, hihat, ride, crash, 3 toms and a gong. Nucleus SoundLab has brought this kit to the Propellerhead Reason 5 ReFill format, of course as a 100% free product.The Open Source Drumkit is heavily velocity-layered, with upwards of 20 layers on many of the kit elements. Of course, we've mapped these kits in Kong, for ease of use and great sound quality. Additionally, the OSDK has been sampled with a dry, unprocessed feel which is great for using Reason's excellent effects to produce your own unique kit. We've also got some patches to get you started with unique kits, since the OSDK ReFill includes some incredible customized Combinator kits by Lewis Osborne. Additionally, there is a template kit with all the samples mapped – meant as a great starting point for your own patches.
QuoteIn exchange for subscribing to the HISSandaROAR newsletter you can access a 16bit 44.1kHz selection from each library for free. Join the HISSandaROAR mailing list here NOTE: the download links expire in one hour. They are small files but if you forget & they expire before you get around to downloading them, just return here & get new download links sent out.
QuoteSmall mechanics is my next free samplepack containing 100 mechanical samples.
Quote808 Tape by Wave Alchemy serves up over 300 drum samples from the classic TR-808 drum machine. Previously only available to early adopters of our Syncussion Drums library, 808 Tape is now available as a free download to all!All drums have been recorded directly to 1/4" analogue tape via a Studer A80 Mk1 tape machine with each sound boasting multiple saturation settings!
QuoteThis is a collection of various synthesizer AppleLoops. 30 moog modular SW plugin loops, 30 NI Absynth, 30 Vanguard and 15 OSCar loops.They are very techno pattern centric even if some of the other loops are athmosperic and melodic.