Jan 19, 2016
(and last updated on Jan 19, 2016)
Synthetic electronic sounds.
Pads, basses, arpeggiator-friendly stuff, blips
and more. All sounds are based on synthetic samples from the Korg M1. There
are plenty (58) of samples to play around with here if anyone feels like recreating some M1 sounds.
Last updated August 9th 1998, expect new updates in the near future.
Yet another drumset from the legendary Roland TR-808 drum machine. The drums
have been organized into the GM format by Jeremy Arsenault. It contains 6 sets.
All have been set as percusive pools and melodic pools.
17 different 'instruments' sampled from the Roland TB-303 analog synthesizer.
This synthesizer is used a lot in 'modern' dance music / techno mostly for
bass-lines and arpeggiators. The 'typical' TB-303 sound has a closing filter
with plenty of resonance.
The complete Korg M1 drumset. The drums are organized as a standard GM drumset.
I have only created 1 GM set, although a couple of more could easily be made
by selecting from the avalible basedrums, snares and hi hats. All individual
drums from the M1 are included, though.
An acoustic kit built from samples of more than 30 acoustic percussive instruments.
There are quite a lot of useful sounds here, both standard percussion and weird
ethnic variants. The kit was based on samples freely available on the net.
The sequel to Pads and Textures I, one of the most popular soundfonts I've
made. The soundfont is rather big, but it is worth the download time. The sounds
are all 'huge' vox-string-whoosh-ish sounds, created in a surprisingly short
time based on samples from the web.
A drumset from the Roland R8 drum machine. The soundfont consists of two drumsets,
both organized as standard GM drumsets. Excess sounds (a couple of snares)
have been put in the octave below the GM bassdrum 1 (C1). This drumset was
based on samples freely available on the net.