Sampled-Based TR-707 Emulation

Monade Sounds Pure707 revisits the Roland drum machine from 1985 used by Aphex Twin      16/03/18

Monade Sounds tells us that Pure707 is a sample-based emulation of the legendary Roland TR-707, a sample based drum machine released in 1985 that was used by artists from different genres such as Aphex Twin, Laurent Garnier, Squarepusher, Luke Vibert, Freddy Fresh, Phil Collins, Marshall Jefferson, Plastikman and many more.

Monade Sounds says that, at its core, Pure707 uses a pristine set of TR-707 samples recorded at 24 bit, 44.1 khz (DVD audio quality). The samples have not been compressed and are WAV files embedded in a VST/AU instrument plugin. A spokesperson said, "We have resampled the 707 through vintage samplers, computers and machines. Among them the Akai MPC60, an old PC computer, the NES Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Master System soundchips, various tube amplifiers and more."

Features

  •     The original TR-707 drum kit
  •     24 additional 707 drum kit processed through vintage gear
  •     Compressor
  •     16 Audio Multi-Outputs
  •     32 bit/64 bit VST plugin for Windows
  •     Universal VST/AU plugin for Mac OSX

 

Pricing and Availability:
$19

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