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Samples From Mars
- Vintage Synths Vol 2 (KONTAKT) Samples From Mars - Mini From Mars (KONTAKT) Samples From Mars - DX100 From Mars (KONTAKT, EXS24) Samples From Mars - SH5 From Mars (Logic EXS, WAV) Samples From Mars - SH5 From Mars (KONTAKT) Samples From Mars - Acid From Mars (LOGiC, ABLETON, KONTAKT) Samples From Mars - Modded 707 From Mars (WAV, ALS) Samples From Mars - Rhythm From Mars (WAV, ALS, KONTAKT, EXS SXT, KONG) Samples From Mars - Found Sounds (WAV, ALS, KONTAKT, EXS Samples From Mars - Voyetra (WAV, SXT, KONTAKT, EXS, ALS) Samples From Mars - TR-808 Samples From Mars (WAV) Samples From Mars - Modded 606 From Mars (WAV, LOGiC, FXP, ALS, SXT, KONTAKT, SFZ) Samples From - Mars Modern Oddities (WAV, SF2, FXP, M5P, SXT, KONTAKT, SFZ, ALS)

1.Samples From Mars – Vintage Synths Vol 2 (KONTAKT)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com/products/vintage-synths-vol-ii

Format : KONTAKT

Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo

Description : Vintage Synths Vol II is the culmination of extensive multisampling sessions with some amazing analog keyboards, vocoders and modules 70s and 80s:

The 101– a classic 80s synthesizer with an undeniable character. Despite its simple architecture, the 101’s sound is quite famous – it’s solid, aggressive, resilient and fast, capable of producing acidic, wobbly bass and recognizable leads. But above all, it is his character.

There is something about it that people love, especially when you start using resonance and overdrive the VCF with a square wave. It is a great synthesizer with great dimensions and excellent sound, which is one of the instruments of electronic music that has appeared since its inception in the 80s.

SYS100M – Combining Modular Chaos with Classic Analog Synthesis

Over the past few decades, the System-100M has been an inconspicuous mainstay in many of your favorite electronic productions. From Yazoo / Erasure to Throbbing Gristle to the Human League, it delivers countless textures, sequences and bass, but never got the full acclaim it deserves. This epic modular synthesizer somehow came under pressure from the more iconic synths (Moogs, Arps, and other synthesizers from the same era) that we came to know and love.

The VP-330 is the most prolific vocoder of all time. The VP-330 is a vintage 10-band analog vocoder and string synthesizer from the late 70s, considered one of the best vocoders of all time. It has been used by Laurie Anderson, Midnight Star, Vaneglis, Pink Floyd – the list goes on. And while there have been many vocoders (including bad remakes) over the decades since its release, the VP-330 is still the most iconic, continuing to create expressive and unique vintage vocal textures and sounds.

2600 : Explore the power of this legendary semi-modular synthesizer. The 2600 is a three-oscillator monster that has blazed a trail of sonic chaos across countless genres over the past 40 years. And despite the fact that only 3000 copies were released, the influence of this synthesizer on music is overwhelming! Starting with R2D2, The Normal, and Herbie Hancock, artists using the 2600 have continued to push the synthesizer’s capabilities into the musical stratosphere, cultivating genres and exploding dance floors.

Kontakt 5.6

2.Samples From Mars – Mini From Mars (KONTAKT)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com/products/mini-from-mars

Format : KONTAKT

Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz mono

Description : Korg Minilogue synthesizer sound library. Not Minimug, alas. But who will get in the way of another free Korg. Contact 5.5 and up.

Also available for EXS24 and Ableton. Write, if necessary – I will distribute separately.

Additional Information

The Mini is Distinct, Analog and Undeniably Modern We sample a lot of synths on this site, and they’re mostly vintage, expensive and rare. The Mini isn’t any of those things – we chose to sample it because you can get sounds these older synths just aren’t capable of. And unlike most of the other modern analog stuff, the Mini isn’t trying to mimic anything from the past – it has a completely distinctive voice that’s both futuristic and nostalgic. Synth Architecture

Somehow this synth is feature packed but feels uncomplicated, versatile and fun. It’s a 4 voice VCO analog synth and with 4 LFOs (one per voice) you can get beautiful phase drift. Combine that with cross modulation, pitch modulation, linear FM and motion sequencing and you’re on your way to some seriously cool patches (as one user said, it “nails that Detroit sound” quite well). The Recording Process

Almost all of the patches we made were created from scratch, with the exception of a small handful of presets (shoutout to Jimmy Edgar) that we modified to taste. We multi-sampled the synth at different filter settings, captured the results of the motion sequencer and utilized all of the voice modes along the way – poly, duo, unison, mono, chord and delay.

Our goal was to provide a rich, analog palette ranging from the simplest, most straight forward patches to the most oddball FX. We used a high end inductor style analog EQ to add more low mids, and incorporated some saturation (solid state and tube) to give an added boost where necessary. Overall this gave us a more “professional” sound than the synth out of the box.

Once recorded, we added an extensive amount of programming in Ableton, Kontakt and Logic to give the sounds added depth and modulation possibilities. The demo showcases the variety of vintage and modern sounds this instrument is capable of and includes patch demonstrations from Ableton, Kontakt & Logic.

3.Samples From Mars – DX100 From Mars (KONTAKT, EXS24)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com/products/dx100-from-mars

Format : KONTAKT, EXS24

Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz mono

Description : Yamaha DX100 synthesizer sound library. Why no one has yet made a normal DX7 package with a full set of factory presets – I don’t know. Like, there is an emulation from NI. Good, but it’s an emulation. And people want samples.

Additional Information

The DX100 is 80s FM Synthesis at its Grittiest The Yamaha DX100 is a miniature FM synth from the mid 80s. It’s similar in sound to the famous DX7 but grittier and tougher, due to its overdrive-able DAC. In fact, it has a similar vibe to the SP-1200. It is the sound of early Detroit techno (specifically the Solid Bass patch), Roger Troutman’s talkbox (the Hard Brass patch), countless 80s Lynch-esc soundtracks, hotel lounge vibes and so much more.

Because of the nature of FM synthesis, the DX100 is capable of many sounds that analog subtractive synthesis simply is not: hard bodied bass, dirty FM rhodes, fake brass, Seinfeld bass, metallic bells, clavinets, helicopters, bird chirping and more. So if you’ve been collecting all sorts of analog sounds the DX will really stand apart and cut through your mix in the best way possible. Plus you can add a strap, play it like a keytar, and look like a boss.

The sampling process We captured presets (despite what people say, there are some great ones) but also programmed the synth by hand, extending envelopes where neccesary, changing algorithms and modulations. For processing we were quite minimal, using API and Neve preamps with no EQ or compression. A few patches we saturated the hell out of, making the resulting FM sounds darker and more brash. We multi-sampled various frequencies of the carrier oscillator – creating strange harmonic structures and metallic overtones. So for something like the Solid Bass patch, the harder you play it, the harder and more metallic it sounds.

The Benefits of Samples If you’ve tried any DX100 software emulations out there, you’re missing what makes this synth so special – that dirty and super characterful analog to digital converter. These samples definitely capture that vibe. And because this synth is digital, these software instruments sound closer to the real deal than any other synth on this site.

4.Samples From Mars – SH5 From Mars (Logic EXS, WAV)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com

Format : EXS, WAV

Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo

Description :

The top line of the revolutionary Roland SH series includes some of the most powerful synthesizers of all time: SH-101, SH1, SH-3A , SH-7 … the list goes on. And while these synths all sound great, the SH-5 is undoubtedly the core, with its oscillators, multi-mode filters, extensive modulation capabilities, and a brilliant mixer. In our opinion, the SH-5 is one of the finest Roland mono synthesizers of all time.

Voice architecture and history.

Manufactured from 1976 – 1981 SH5 is similar to 100/700 modular block systems. It has analog oscillators and multimode filters that do not lose bass at resonance (unlike the SH-7). There is also a resonant bandpass filter that can be used in parallel and gives amazing results. Add a white / pink noise generator, ring modulation, semi-modular LFOs, fine and weak oscillator sync, and it’s no wonder this synth can cover such a wide range of sounds! He is capable of everything: from humanlike to hallucinogenic sounds. The SH-5 is the locomotive of Roland, with unbeatable bass, gigantic leads and wild FX!

5.Samples From Mars – SH5 From Mars (KONTAKT)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com/products/sh5-from-mars

Format : KONTAKT

Quality : 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo

Description : The flagship line of the revolutionary Roland SH series includes some of the most powerful synthesizers of all time: the SH-101 , Ш1, SH-3A, SH-7 … the list goes on. And while these synths all sound great, the SH-5 is undoubtedly the core, with its oscillators, multi-mode filters, extensive modulation capabilities, and a brilliant mixer. In our opinion, the SH-5 is one of the finest Roland mono synthesizers of all time.

Voice architecture and history.

Manufactured from 1976 – 1981 SH5 is similar to 100/700 modular block systems. It has analog oscillators and multimode filters that do not lose bass at resonance (unlike the SH-7). There is also a resonant bandpass filter that can be used in parallel and gives amazing results. Add a white / pink noise generator, ring modulation, semi-modular LFOs, fine and weak oscillator sync, and it’s no wonder this synth can cover such a wide range of sounds! He is capable of everything: from humanlike to hallucinogenic sounds. The SH-5 is the locomotive of Roland, with unbeatable bass, gigantic leads and wild FX!

Sampling process.

When we sampled the SH5 it was in excellent condition and all settings were perfect. We recorded many of the patches without processing, so that the true character of the synthesizer appears in all its gloss. However, in some others, we did add analog distortion, saturation, tape emulation, guitar pedals, hardware EQs and filters. This combination of recording methods gives instruments a wide range of sound possibilities.

Parallel strip trick.

A resonant bandpass filter can give you super punchy and aggressive midrange or shockingly deep bass boost, depending on where you set the cutoff. By sending one oscillator to a band pass filter (with resonance) and the other directly to a VCA or low pass filter, we were able to achieve the warmest yet aggressive bass we’ve ever heard. No other synth at that time (or now?) Had this kind of processing.

6.Samples From Mars – Acid From Mars (LOGiC, ABLETON, KONTAKT)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com

Format : LOGiC, ABLETON, KONTAKT

Quality : 24 bit | 44.1 kHz | stereo

Description

Original TB-303 Transformed Through Trumpets and Tape The goal of this project was to record TB-303 better and more creatively than anyone else has. In order to provide destructive acid patches, but also use 303 waveforms as a basis for completely reimagining and expanding on this amazing sound.

Content

Ableton Live Contents 25x Fully Mapped, Multi-Sampled TB303 Ableton Simpler Patches 15x Midi / Simpler Loops fully mapped and ready to be re-arranged 45x Royalty Free TB-303 Loops Recorded to Tape at 120 bpm XC Minor Drum Rack containing 16x SP-1200 & MPC4000 Tape Drum Samples Requirements Ableton Live 9.5 (Not Intro) 608 MB Free HD Space Kontakt 5 Contents 44 TB303 Synth Instruments 16 Beat Machine Acid Loops with drag and drop Midi to Host 1 16x Hit Acid Drum Kit featuring SP-1200 & MPC4000 Tape Drum Samples Requirements Kontakt 5+ (Kontakt Player Will Not Work) 745 MB Free HD Space Logic EXS24 Contents 22 TB303 EXS Synth Instruments 14 Midi / EXS Acid Loops Ready for Re-Arranging 1 16x Hit Acid Drum Kit featuring SP-1200 & MPC4000 Tape Drum Samples 38 Royalty Free 24bit TB-303 Audio Loops Requirements Logic 9+ 453 MB Free HD Space

Additional Information

The Original TB-303 Transformed Through Tubes & Tape The goal of this project was to record the TB-303 better and more creatively than anybody else has. To provide devastating acid patches, but also to use the 303’s waveforms as a basis for completely re-imagining and expanding upon this awesome sound.

You’ll get square and saw wave acid bass warmed by tubes and enriched with harmonic distortion, spacey organs, dreamy polyphony, subs fatter than the actual 303 and weirdo FX. Everything has been fully mapped with intricate FX processing, and ready for Ableton, Kontakt & Logic.

The Raw TB-303 Tape Loops Will Give You the Most Authentic Sound While the synths will give you the greatest options compositionally and creatively, you’ll get closest to the actual 303 experience with the tape loops. We intricately programmed the 303 and recorded a bunch of modulating grooves, hitting a reel to reel tape machine, vintage space echo, and the REDDI (the greatest tube bass DI of all time?). Then, we chopped the loops and created midi tracks to trigger them – free for you to re-arrange and retune at will. Plus, you get 16 gritty hardware drum sounds created with the SP-1200 and MPC 4000 (also recorded to tape).

7.Samples From Mars – Modded 707 From Mars (WAV, ALS)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com

Format : WAV, ALS

Quality : 24 bit | 44.1 kHz | mono

Description

707 defined countless early Detroit Techno and Chicago House jams, and is still widely used today. It’s some weird combination between LinnDrum and 909, with italo kicks, prince of crowns, house hi hats, tough healthy 80s Toms, and more. But this library is above and beyond your average 707 sample. While the original machine had no control to tune, ours has a tunable generator that controls the sample rate for each voice – giving us all sorts of tweaks and bends with circuit madness. Plus, it was recorded with delicious pipes, reel to reel mastering, and Apogee conversion. This set is truly unique and sounds great!

Content

800x 24bit 707 Samples Original, Pitched and Circuit Bent Variations Recorded to tape, through tubes and API preamp Compatible with any DAW / Sampler Bizarre, Original & Unique Drums

Additional Information

The 707 defined countless early Detroit Techno and Chicago House jams, and is still widely used today. It’s some sort of weird combination between a Linndrum and 909, with Italo kicks, Prince rims, Housey hi hats, hard bodied 80s Toms, and so much more. But this library is above and beyond your average 707 sample pack. While the original machine had no control for tuning, ours features a custom oscillator which controls the sample rate for every voice – giving us all sorts of tuning options and circuit bending madness. Plus it’s been recorded through tasty tubes, a mastering reel to reel tape machine, and Apogee conversion. This kit is truly unique and sounds great!

8.Samples From Mars – Rhythm From Mars (WAV, ALS, KONTAKT, EXS SXT, KONG)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com

Format : WAV, ALS, KONTAKT, EXS SXT, KONG

Quality : 24 bit | 44.1 kHz | stereo

Description

“It’s big and from the 70s” is most of the information you can find about the 700 rhythm, also known as the TR 700. This is a rare, 3ft high analog rhythm box that doubles up pretty nicely, like a piece of vintage studio furniture.Created by Roland’s 1972 (the same year the company was founded), Rhythm is one of Roland’s very first products. The founder of the company, Ikutaro Kakehashi, originally built box rhythm as organ accompaniments in the 1960s with his company Ace Electronic Industries, (Ace Tone ).

Content

WAV / Loops Contents: 1026 Total Unique 24bit WAV One Hits 46 Rhythm 700 samples recorded to tape 4 x 16 hit WAV drum kits 980 SP-1200 x Rhythm 700 samples re-pitched on tape 54 Original Pattern Loops from the Rhythm 700 Kick and No Kick variations of Patterns Patterns available as WAV, REX 2 Apple Loops Ableton Live 9.5 Contents: 2 x fully mapped Ableton Drum Racks containing all drum hits 4 x chromatically mapped melodic Ableton keyboards 54 x audio clips containing original Rhythm 700 patterns Custom FX Rack for audio loops (see video) Kontakt 5.5 Contents: 18 x fully mapped .NKI Instruments 1 x kit instrument containing assorted drums 16 x individual drum hit instruments 1 x pattern instrument contained original Rhythm 700 sliced ​​patterns Patterns support midi drag and drop into host DAW Logic Contents: 18 x fully mapped EXS Instruments 1 x kit instrument containing assorted drums 16 x individual drum hit instruments Reason 5: 2 x Kong drum instruments containing Rhythm 700 & SP-Rhythm kits 1 x NN-XT Instrument containing assorted drum kits 16 x NN-XT individual drum hit instruments 2 x Dr Octo Rex instruments containing 54 Rhythm 700 Rex2 patterns 54 x Apple Loops patterns of the original Rhythm 700 Patterns Requirements Ableton Live 9.5 (Not Intro) Kontakt 5.5 (Will not work with Kontakt Player) Logic 9+ Reason 5+ 150 MB Free Space per format

Additional Information

“It’s big and from the 70s” is the most information you can find about the Rhythm 700, also known as the TR 700. It’s a rare, 3ft tall analog rhythm box that doubles quite nicely as a piece of vintage studio furniture.

Created by Roland in 1972, (the same year the company was founded), the rhythm represents one of Roland’s very first products. The company’s founder, Ikutaro Kakehashi, had originally built rhythm boxes as organ accompaniments in the 1960s with his company Ace Electronic Industries, (Ace Tone). The sound was unbeatable – early 70s analog drums, with airy hi hats, a punchy snare and the snappy analog percussion you might find on an old Suicide or Brian Eno record. It’s older and a bit grittier (there is some noise) than its late 70s siblings the CR-68 and CR-78.

Recording the Original Rhythm 700 We played the patterns, turning up and down faders and recording all of the isolated hits cleanly through an API preamp and SSL gate to tape. The original kickdrum is punchy, but very high pitched, so in addition to recording it naturally, we applied further processing. By recording it to tape and playing it back at extremely slow speeds, we achieved much deeper bass drums. By inserting a Moog lowpass filter after the tape machine we captured all of the attack frequencies, while filtering the sustain, achieving a darker, more 808ish result. Then, we inserted a valley people dyna-mite gate, adding a punchy, analog click to each kick.

One the hits were recorded, we also grabbed full audio loops of each of the original patterns of the machine, with and without the kick drum. These patterns are great for adding momentum to tracks, especially in combination with the single hits. The Rex2 files are ready to be dragged into most DAWs, fully tempo synced.

Transforming the Sound Through the SP-1200 The original sounds are excellent but we wanted more, so we recorded every hit into our beloved Emu SP-1200. Multi-sampling each hit at 8-16 different pitches on the SP, we recorded the results to tape, and played back the tape at half speed, normal, and double speed to achieve even more hardware pitching. Ultimately this gave us up to 48 different pitches for each drum hit.

And since many of these sounds are tonal, the re-pitching allowed us to build keyboards perfect for basslines, chords and unique percussion melodies. If you’ve ever used percussion in this way you know how cool it sounds (check the demo). We continued to use the Dyna-mite for punch, and ran sounds through our Re-201 Space Echo for some Roland on Roland saturation.

The end result is a huge collection of crunchy and gritty analog-turned-digital drum hits, with that unique pitch aliasing the SP is so famous for.

9.Samples From Mars – Found Sounds (WAV, ALS, KONTAKT, EXS)

Publisher : Found Sounds

Website : samplesfrommars.com

Format : WAV, ALS, KONTAKT, EXS

Quality : 24 bit | 44.1 kHz | stereo

Description

In this release, we captured 152 unique Foley and Acoustic FX sound in a variety of natural environments (adding up to over 16 minutes of audio), saturating them with tubes, remixing them to tape, and synthesizing them in a very cold Lexicon Vortex.

Content

650+ 24bit WAV Foley / Field Recording Samples Adds up to Over 1 hour of Field Recordings Clean, Tube Saturated, re-pitched Tape, and Vortex Samples Ableton Live 9 Session containing 15 fully mapped drum racks 15 Kontakt and Logic Instruments WAV Samples organized by folder Requirements: Ableton Live 9.5 (Not Intro), Kontakt 4+ (Not Player), Logic 9+ WAV: 1.1 GB Unzipped Ableton 9: 1.2 GB Unzipped Kontakt: 1.2 GB Unzipped Logic: 1.2 GB Unzipped

Additional Information

For this release, we captured 152 unique foley and acoustic sound FX in different natural environments (adding up to over 16 minutes of audio), tube saturated them, re-pitched them on tape, and morphed them in the very cool Lexicon Vortex.

We recorded percussive and ambient sounds in various natural environments – nature, on the street, indoors, in a studio – and with different materials – wood, glass, plastic, our body, etc. We recorded vocals, rain hitting various objects, thunder, traffic, the ocean, vinyl, elevators, refrigerators, drill bursts, pepper grinder, toaster, metal pots, coins, plastic bins, metal gates, tree chops, twig snaps, water droplets, PVC pipes and more. Our field recording setup was a Sennheiser 416, Sound Devices 302, into a Zoom H6. Using the excellent limiter on the Sound Devices allowed us to catch more of the releases on many of the impacts.

To capture sounds in stereo, we used the -20dB backup record function on the Zoom and blended the two recordings to get the same result. In some cases, eg. the glass smashes, we even blended the Zoom mics with the 416 to catch the impact. We also used contact and condenser mics for some of the more eccentric sounds such as the electric signal noise.

The sounds then underwent processing, including layering of different sounds together, stretching, re-pitching, cropping, compression, EQ and in some cases additional reverb / ambience. Once we got the sounds just right, we tube saturated the whole bunch with our Culture Vulture, opting for a low bias setting which allowed us to open up the release, achieving warmth and loudness. We then recorded all of the hits to tape at 15 ips, and played them back at 7.5 ips and 30 ips, giving us a whole batch of new samples at lower and higher octaves.

Finally, we reached for our secret weapon – the little known but very cool Lexicon Vortex – originally designed as a morphing effect for guitarists back in the day. This thing is super cool for weird, resonant modulations, dynamic delays and general wild stereo imaging. Plus Daft Punk toured with one in the 90s.

The end result is a custom collection of percussive and ambient foley, repurposed for modern music making, and especially cool for layering with more traditional drum samples.

10.Samples From Mars – Voyetra (WAV, SXT, KONTAKT, EXS, ALS)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com

Format : WAV, SXT, KONTAKT, EXS, ALS

Quality : 24 bit | 44.1 kHz | mono

Description

Voyetra is a rare, polyphonic 8 voice analog synthesizer developed in New York in the early 80’s that many people consider to be one of the most sounding analog synthesizers ever built. Even non-Jupiters can compete with this thing in terms of sound. The patches are huge – wide open, and lush, with thick bass, luscious resonance, a unique DC modulation source (making it sound like circuits die in the most beautiful fashion), linear FM and classic sync. It has been used by people like New Order, The Eurythmics, Neon Indian and Dennis Ferrer (Our division toured with Edgar Winter).

Content

Ableton Live 9.5 (Not Intro) Kontakt 5 (Will not work with Kontakt Player) Logic 9+ Reason 5+

Additional Information

One of The Best Sounding Analog Polysynths of All TimeThe Voyetra Eight is a rare, polyphonic 8 voice analog rack synth developed in New York in the early 80s that many people regard as one of the best sounding analog synthesizers ever built. Not even the Jupiters can compete with this thing in terms of sound. The patches are huge – wide open, and lush, with thick bass, juicy resonance, unique DC source modulation (which makes it sound like the circuits are dying in the most beautiful fashion), linear FM and classic sync.

It’s been used by people like New Order, the Eurythmics, Neon Indian and Dennis Ferrer (Our unit toured with Edgar Winter). Our ProcessWe began by having our Voyetra completely tuned and calibrated to perfection by one of the original engineers who helped design the synth – it wasn’t cheap but the unit came back sounding unbelievably good, so it was well worth it.

Programming was overwhelming at first but proved deeply rewarding. You can layer two completely independent 4 voice patches with separate filters, envelopes, modulations and waveforms, and the results are unreal. Another cool trick for bass is to make one very resonant, funky enveloped sound, and layer this with a completely unresonant, simple and fat waveform.

We really took our time when creating hardware patches. Every day we thought we were done, this thing just had more stuff we had to capture. We learned every aspect of the synth, hooking up our midi to XLR cables (?), Programming via the intensely complex front panel editing system, and also on the computer with Midi Quest. We layered patches and used complex modulations, but also captured many single oscillator basic waveshapes. Then, we multi-sampled it, often recording entire patches to tape, shaping others with tube saturation, API preamp, and Moog filter, but making sure to track many patches with no processing whatsoever.

The results – Gigantic polysynths, modulating leads, distorted organs, synth pop bass, complex modulations, punchy pads and absolutely insane FX. Enjoy the sounds of this rare beauty!

11.Samples From Mars – TR-808 Samples From Mars (WAV)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com

Format : WAV

Quality : 24 bit | 44.1 kHz | mono

Description

808 is easily the most recognizable drum machine in history. He is responsible for the birth of countless genres – hip hop, electro, techno, house, and a variety of subgenres too countless to mention. Although it was created in the early 1980s, it still has a highly relevant and modern sound, and can be heard on everything from Lil Jon’s dirty south radio to a FALSE techno 12. “We took our 808, recorded it over a huge SSL 4000 console (this board has incredible dynamics and EQ sections used on countless hip-hop recordings from the 80s on).

Content

100% analog signal path – no plugin processing whatsoever Deep, fat 808 Kicks processed with the classic Emu SP-1200 Sampler All drums are truly tape saturated (no emulation here) Extensive pitch and processing variations of every drum hit

Additional Information

The 808 is easily the most recognized drum machine in history. It’s responsible for the birth of countless genres – hip hop, electro, techno, house, and a variety of sub-genres too countless to mention. Although it was created in early 1980, it is still extremely relevant and modern sounding, and can be heard on everything from a Lil Jon dirty south radio hit to a LIES techno 12 “.

We took our 808, recorded it through a huge SSL 4000 console (this board has an incredible dynamics and EQ section, used on countless hip hop records from the 80s on). A lot of the time, people who own an 808 wonder why it doesn’t sound like it does on their favorite records. Using this console, you can get a lot closer to that sound. Scroll down to read more about the recording process.

12.Samples From Mars – Modded 606 From Mars (WAV, LOGiC, FXP, ALS, SXT, KONTAKT, SFZ)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.com

Format : WAV, LOGiC, FXP, ALS, SXT, KONTAKT, SFZ

Quality : 24 bit | 44.1 kHz | mono

Description

606 is an analogue drum machine from 1982, it was built to accompany the TB-303. The original drum machine sound is similar to the 808 (perhaps a little more unique) and can be heard throughout the early Plastikman, Aphex, Autechre and more. But we tried with the 606 mod, which adds a huge bass boost to the original tom, turning it into a monstrous sub-punch thunder that sounds like a cross between 808 and 909. We also tune in buzz & hi toms, pitched snares, uniquely metallic hi hats and trashy plates, none of which you will find in any of the other 606 designs. This thing sounds so fresh!

Content

1200 X 24bit WAV Samples Recorded to Tape Tuned Kicks & Toms, Saturated & Clean Analog Snares Dirty Cymbals & Metallic Hats Recorded through audiophile gear: API, Apogee, Neve, Moog, Otari & more Fully mapped for Ableton Push, Logic, Kontakt & more 1.8 GB Unzipped

Additional Information

The 606 is an analog drum machine from 1982, originally built to accompany the TB-303. The original drum machine’s sound is similar to an 808 (perhaps a little more unique) and can be heard all over early Plastikman, Aphex, Autechre and more.

But we’ve sampled a modded 606, which adds a huge bass boost to the original tom, transforming it into a monstrous booming sub kick that sounds like a cross between an 808 and 909. We also get tuned kicks & hi toms, pitched snares , uniquely metallic hi hats and trashy cymbals, none of which you’ll find in any other 606 samples. This thing sounds so fresh!

13.Samples From – Mars Modern Oddities (WAV, SF2, FXP, M5P, SXT, KONTAKT, SFZ, ALS)

Publisher : Samples From Mars

Website : samplesfrommars.co

Format : WAV, SF2, FXP, M5P, SXT, KONTAKT, SFZ, ALS

Quality : 24 bit | 44.1 kHz | mono

Description

This is a truly unique release, created with a small drum machine with effects hooked up and looping the result using Roland Scooper, in which the sound has been distorted, beat-crushed, reversed, quantized and filtered. It was then recorded on 1/4 “tape and turned into a killer library of modern and strange sounds and instruments. The result: club kick drums, modern claps, punchy clicks, space toms, synthetic hats, percussion and a ton of whimsical effects.

Content

24bit WAV (Compatible with All DAWs) Ableton Push / Live 9 Kontakt / Logic EXS / Reason NN-XT Soundfont / SFZ / Structure HALion / MachFive

Additional Information This is a truly unique release – we took a tiny little drum machine (with a big sound), sequenced it with FX and looped the results through a Roland Scooper, where the sounds were live-warped, bit crushed, reversed, pitched, re -quantized and filtered. All of this was captured on 1/4 “tape and transformed into a killer library of modern & weird (but highly useable) sounds and instruments. The result: clubby kicks, modern claps, punchy snaps, cosmic toms, synthy hi hats, Villalobos-style perc and tons of wonky FX hit. Clean one shots, dirty lo-fi drum kits, and fully tweakable chromatic keyboard instruments for Ableton, Kontakt, Logic, WAV & more.[collapse]

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