I’m very happy to release BPB Mini Analogue Collection, a free sample pack featuring the sounds from several analogue synthesizers I used to own.
As usual, the pack contains individual WAV files and Kontakt 5 instrument patches. However, I’ve also created SFZ patches this time!
UPDATE: ARack Audio has created a version which is compatible with Ableton Live. I’ve added a download link at the bottom of this article.
I wish I could have included more stuff in this pack, but most of these synths ended up in the ads more than a year ago, and I wasn’t smart enough to sample everything back then. Always sample your synths! That way you can keep their sounds even if they break or need to be sold.
Anyway, BPB Mini Analogue Collection contains samples from the following 5 instruments (4 polyphonic synthesizers and 1 quirky drum synth made in USSR):
- Korg Delta
- Korg Poly-61m
- Korg Poly-800
- Solton Project-100
- Lell UDS
And here’s what you’ll find inside the pack:
- 254 WAV samples (16-bit quality)
- 9 multisampled instrument patches (SFZ + Kontakt 5)
- 125 drum samples
- 2 Kontakt 5 Multi Racks
- 96MB download size
- 118MB size on disk
Hope you’ll have fun with these! They’re not the most fantastic samples in the world, but some of the patches are very nice (I like them all a lot, actually). Some sound very cheap and Lo-Fi (for example a patch called VHS Brass, which was made on Poly-800), but these quirky sounds are great for getting that worn out cassette tape kind of vibe.
Check out the BPB Mini Analogue Collection demo video:
BPB Mini Analogue Collection Ableton Racks Demo by Ward S:
Made some music with BPB Mini Analogue Collection? Send me the link and I’ll feature it here!
All sounds in this sample pack are provided free of charge and are 100% royalty free. Feel free to use them in any of your music projects, including commercial ones. The sounds, including modified versions of the sounds, may not be redistributed, nor included in other sample packs. Please do not share direct download links, but link to the original BPB article instead. Thanks!