MT-500 Super Drums
The MT-500 PCM-based keyboard, released in 1986 by Casio features 8bit drum samples and the oh-so-tubular ‘Super Drums’ engine.
Delivering infectiously punchy, lo-fi drums, the MT-500 has been multi-sampled to 1/4” mastering tape through classic Neve preamps into easy-use One-Shots and Loops for DAW production and audio samplers.
24bit WAV’s, organised into clear, easy-use folders
Original 12 one-shot samples and over 80 ‘Super Drums’ loops
Extras include ‘wet’ and ‘delay’ one shots (and more)
All samples recorded to 1/4″ mastering tape, in clean and saturated variations
No additional processing, all sounds accurate and true to the hardware
Amdek were a range of DIY FX kits made by Boss in the 1980s. The HCK-100 Hand Clapper is an 808-esque clap in a box, with a variation on the 808/909 circuit.
This pack, sampled to 1/4” mastering tape through classic Neve preamps, features 3 pitches with 3 different reverb settings for each (dry, short and long).
24bit WAV’s, organised into clear, easy-use folders.
9 samples, from 3 pitches in 3 different reverb settings.
No additional processing, all sounds accurate and true to the hardware.