It would have been hard for Eraserfase to do more to help keep a smile on our faces at the end of the holidays. With his kits 001, 002 and 003, the L.A. musicians offers to music enthusiasts a wide catalogue for a ridiculous price.
The first of those three kits is probably the most interesting one. 68 ‘ready to use’ drum machines, sampled straight from the original instruments. Everything is in WAV 16bits, usable on every DAW and Lil Jon approved.
The second kit is for snares and kicks, it features 600 of them “because you can never have too many drums.” The third one is synths, leads, basses, effects and pads… Everything you might need to build a melody around the rhythms you composed with the first two kits.
And the price should not be too much of a hassle for your wallet: the first kit is available for 5$; the second one for 5.99$ and you will have to find 10$. Producers, the floor is yours!
24 hours after the release of his three kits, Erasefaser announces the release of his first “premium sound pack“, including this time 500 sounds of “field recording” collected over the course of ten years (list down below).
List of the drum machines in the kit 001 :
AJK PERCUSSION SYNTH
MOOG CONCERTMATE MG-1
ROLAND COMPU RHYTHM 1000
ROLAND COMPU RHYTHM 8000
ROLAND COMPU RHYTHM 78
ROLAND DIGITAL DRUM BRAIN DDR-30
SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS DRUMTRAKS
SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS TOM
SOUND MASTER, MEMORY RHYTHM SR-88
List of some of the sounds recorded on the Premium Sound Pack 001: Pro Found Sounds :
Flutes, Violins, Church Organs and more, recorded in naturally reverberant spaces
Trumpets, Trombones and other Brass Instruments
Drums from different regions of the world, clapping, shakers and other unique rhythms
Glass shattering and falling through a matrix of differently spaced nails
Individually recorded Acoustic and Folk Instruments from around the world
Guitar harmonics and prepared piano sounds
Drilling a wooden dowel into a block of styrofoam
Dragging metal chairs on linoleum floors at CalArts
Crunching snow on Mountains in Chile
Unplugging an electric Saw
Vintage electronics glitching and powering down
Gongs, Chimes and Bells
Foley recordings of crowds around the world
Laughter and public conversations
The sounds of wild life and animals at night
Breaking Ceramic pots on concrete
Popping bubble wrap, breaking rubber bands, and whips cracking in the air
Squeaky doors and creaks from old hardwood floors
Tibetan throat singing
+ much more
Sounds recorded by Chris ‘AHEE’ Adams, compiled and edited by Ahee et Wylie Cable