Hainbach Nuclear Drum Loops

US Atomizing acoustic drums with vintage research instruments      16/06/23

Hainbach has just released 'Nuclear Drum Loops' a loop pack of samples featuring acoustic drums fed into vintage nuclear research instruments, for maximum impact! The pack contains 156 Loops and 240 one hit samples, and features an impressive list o0f processing machines:

Princeton Applied Research 121, 124A, 220, CR-4A, 189, Rohde & Schwarz UBM MK1 + 2, PBO, HP 3722 Noise Generator, Custom Filtering Mic Array Mixer, Krohn & Hite 310 and 315 filters, Bruel & Kjaer 2120 and 2121 Filters, Stanford Research Systems SRS Boxcar Averager, Siemens U273, Oktavsieb, TAB V72A, Eckmiller W86 EQ and an ANT 700 Mixing Desk.

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I wanted to spend time with an old friend of mine, who happens to be an excellent drummer. So I posed an experiment for us: what happens if you run acoustic drums into vintage nuclear research instruments? Spoiler: it sounds devastating! We liked the result so much that we made it into a "Nuclear Drum Loops" pack, complete with single samples. Its ideal in any genre where you want something rough and different for your drums.

Available now on Bandcamp https://hainbach.bandcamp.com/album/nuclear-drum-loops

 

About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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