Welcome back to the technology of the 1990’s
Dirty Drums and Dirty Bass tones sampled, layered and filtered with the Akai S900 and Akai MPC 3000. It’s as simple as that.
No Plug in’s. No Maschine in vintage modes. Just Vintage Machines doing what they do best.
Erik Jackson's - Dirty Rotten contains 95 individual one-shots, crafted layer by layer and recorded floppy disks.
- 25 Crafted Kicks
- 25 Crafted Snares
- 25 Crafted Hi-Hats
- 20 Crafted Bass Tones (Low Tones Warning)
About the gear:
The S900 sampler was Akai's first truly professional sampler, released in 1986. Its sampling specifications were pro-quality at the time: 12-bit stereo sampling, 7.5kHz to 40kHz variable sampling rates and a maximum of 63 seconds of sample time at 7.5kHz. Up to 32 samples can be created and stored to disk along with any edit settings.
The MPC3000 improved upon the MPC60 by adding 16-bit 44.1 kHz stereo sampling, increased memory, 32 voice polyphony, effects, filters, and SCSI. Akai released it in 1994.
This is an ALL Drum sample pack. The demo was made on the MPC 2500.
Get Real! Get dirty!