HeadlessBuddha Samples has announced that its Tape DD-10 is free (again) via InTheBox online store.
We decided to offer our beloved Tape DD-10 drum machine for Kontakt 5 as a freebie. You should also check out our other products, as they’re all on sale at InTheBox.
Tape DD-10 is a drum machine instrument for Native Instruments Kontakt. It brings the sound of Yamaha DD-10, a lo-fi & low cost 8-bit drum machine released in 1988. The samples were passed through a tape recorder, with three round robins for each drum sound.
Here’s the complete story: “For those who know me, it was pretty obvious that I’d pass it through a tape recorder and store the sounds on my HDD. They didn’t thought I’d experiment with each and every sound of this awesome piece of gear and a whole bunch of cassette and reel-to-reel tape recorders. That’s what I did and this is what I’ve got.
You guys know that you can pass the same sound through the same tape machine a hundred times and the sound you’ll achieve each time is a little different from the other ones, right? We wanted to make sure you can achieve this too, so we made three round robins for each drum piece.”
Last summer, I wrote about another freebie of HeadlessBuddha Samples, a cool sample pack featuring 65 hand claps, again, recorded through tape. You can see more details in this article.
- 75 samples with three round robins on each drum
- 1 Kontakt instrument
- 44.1kHz/24 bit WAV format
- All recorded through tape
- Bonus: 17 impulse responses
Tape DD-10 requires the full version of Native Instruments Kontakt (Kontakt Player isn’t supported). You will have to register at InTheBox, in order to download it.