Samples From Mars SK1 From Mars MULTiFORMAT
26 July 2017 | 913 MB
The SK-1 is a cheap and un-assuming 8-bit synthesizer and keyboard sampler from the mid 80s. It's super gritty and lo fi in almost every regard — from the frequency-squeezing mic input to the uber-funky PCM based sampler (which gives you a whopping 1.4 seconds to cram whatever idea you have into it).
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Samples From Mars 727 FROM MARS MULTiFORMAT
16 May 2017 | 344 MB
Classic 12bit 80s Drum Machine Percussion
Developed in 1985, the 727 is the latin percussion version of the 707 and is the perfect add-on to any drum machine or sample collection. Like the other TR series, it has defined various genres of dance music with its instantly nostalgic congas, agogos, bongos, timbales, cabasas, whistles & more. You can find it all over early Detroit techno, 80s disco / garage, Chicago house, Aphex, Vibert, a Bushwick bodega and more.
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Samples From Mars MPC60 FROM MARS MULTiFORMAT
10 May 2017 | 0.97 GB
The Fattest & Warmest 12bit Drum Sampler
Designed by Roger Linn in 1988, the MPC60 is one of the best sounding samplers of all time and, (along with the SP1200), has shaped the sound of classic 90s hip hop, R&B and house music with its unmistakeable grit, warmth and punch. And despite looking like a cash register and having a resolution of only 12bits, this sampler still sounds better than any modern equivalent boasting higher specs. Quite simply, what you put into it comes out sounding better.
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