Roland Se02 bank A sample set
Roland Se02 bank B sample set
Roland Se02 bank C sample set
128 presets from bank C of the Raoland Se02 analog synthesizer. The sample pack consists of pads, drones, swells, sfx, drums and rhythmics. It is the same sound engine as the studio electronics se1x and the atc1. All samples recorded through a high end preamp / eq and other killer studio gear. Our sample sound quality, impact and warmth are the absolute best in the business. Contains 128 presets from bank A B the synth. Mac or PC, vst, vst3, au and aax. The files are about 1gb zipped and closer to 2gb unzipped.
Teenage Engineering OP-Z Drums/Bass Sample Set
Teenage Engineering OP-Z sample set. 325 drum samples - 13 instrument groups of 25 samples each - playable from F2 to F4. 36 bass instruments playable from F0 to G2. 5 Sample instruments - playable from F2 to F4. ----- All sampled through high end recording gear to give you that extra warmth and sparkle.
Teenage Engineering OP-Z Synth Sample Set
Teenage Engineering OP-Z sample set. 108 Instrument program key groups. 36 arpeggiated synth’s - each key sampled in one octave playable from f2 to f3. 36 synths playable from f2 to g4. 36 synth chords playable from f2 to g4. ----- All sampled through high end recording gear to give you that extra warmth and sparkle.
Our samples came about due to the lack of really powerful and fantastic sounding samples on the market. I have purchased a number of sample packs over the years and most of the time they just sounded boring. Uninspired.
As time went on and I really got into the science of recording, understanding the importance of quality preamps, analog gear, and conversion I realized why those samples never really did anything for me. They were recorded mostly on "home" studio gear that sounded fine, ok, but not great. Home recording gear is fine, and I'm glad people have all those options. But when I buy a sample pack I want something that sounds like it was recorded through really cool recording gear, and actually sounds better than just running a synth into an interface.
This has inspired me to start sampling and creating synth keygroups through incredible recording gear, that adds that extra sparkle and liveliness that I love. I take many more samples per preset than most other sample pack companies, I also sample them at 24 bit 48khz, which is also lacking in the market. Mpc's automatically convert them to 44.1khz which works just fine. But if I'm working in a daw 48khz will sound better when adding other plugin fx etc.