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Virtual Drums (VSTi), Drum Loops and Samples (85)

   

Emu Drumulator (Free)

Created in the wake of the Emulator sampler-synths, E-mu unleashed the Drumulator sample-based drum-machines. The Drumulator was E-mu’s attempt at creating a rhythm machine like the Linn LM-1 that was better and cheaper. What they made wound up becoming a huge hit for E-mu.

The Drumulator had eight drum sounds on a ROM microchip which were gritty, lo-fi 12-bit samples of basic drum sounds…but they were some classic sounds!

The Drumulator II added sampling so you could bring in your own sounds. Samples could be truncated, looped, etc."

FORMAT: wav
41,000 hertz 16 bit samples
Number of samples: 12

 

 

DOWNLOAD  259 kb

 

Alesis SR-16 Samples (free)

As one of the most popular drum machines ever made, the SR-16 has been used by everyone from songwriters to live performers to remix engineers as their drum machine of choice.
 
The reason is simple: it features a great selection of 233 realistic, natural drum sounds, offered both in dry form and sampled with our incomparable digital reverbs.

The exclusive Dynamic Articulation feature enables a drum sound to change its tonal content as it's played harder for truly realistic performances. The SR-16 features 50 preset patterns that were actually played in by top studio drummers, not just programmed and quantized. You'll find enough built-in rhythmic variations (with A, B and two Fill sections) for composing complete arrangements, and you can create and save your own customized patterns and songs.

Plus, the SR-16 also provides complete MIDI implementation, a footswitch input, flexible programming and editing features and velocity-sensitive pad buttons. Plus, it's so easy to use that you'll be up-and-running and composing new music in minutes. Whether you need a songwriting partner or an accompanyist for live performance, turn to the all-time world standard in drum machines: the SR-16.
 
FORMAT: wav
44,100 hertz 16 bit samples
Number of samples: 269

bass drums
hi hat
cymbals
percussion
snare drums
toms

DOWNLOAD  10.80 mb

 

Free 90 Clap samples (free)

These were recorded last summer in a wood room (studio in Brooklyn) with either three or four people around an AKG C414 if I remember correctly. They were probably compressed by the Purple 1176 clone before going into the box. The sample names mean nothing other than C1-45 were from take 1, and D1-45 were take 2.

FORMAT: wav
41,000 hertz 24 bit samples
Number of samples: 90

 

DOWNLOAD  4.13 mb

 

Korg DDM-110 (8-bit) (free)

In 1985 Korg released two very simple and affordable digital drum machines, the DDM-110 (Super Drums) and the DDM-220 (Super Percussion). It uses 8-bit sampled drum sounds which include kick, snare, hi/low toms, rimshot, handclap, cymbal, open and closed hi-hats.

There are 10 buttons, an Accent control for each sound, and tempo controls. It stores 32 patterns and 6 songs. There is no MIDI, only DIN sync for external control.

- Sampling card RME Fireface 400 usb

- FORMAT: wav 41,000 hertz

- 16 bit samples, Number of samples: 9

 

DOWNLOAD  210 kb

 

ES DGenR8 v.3.5.0 (free, open source)

ES DGenR8 is an open source, virtual analog drum machine in the style of Roland's TR Series, in particular the Roland TR-909, with 11 voices and controls that mimic the TR-909: Bass Drum, Snare Drum, Low, Mid & High Toms, Rim Shot, Clap, Open & Closed Hi Hats, Crash & Ride Cymbals.

All voices are completely synthesized using digital algorithms that model the operation of analog circuitry within a drum machine so they sound authentic and are easily tweaked using the controls.

Developer: ExperimentalScene

DOWNLOAD  344 kb

 

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