Free TR-707 Pack + 100 Exclusive Free Downloads For BPB Readers!


ELPHNT has released 707, a free Roland TR-707 drum machine sample pack and Ableton Drum Rack. He has also released two commercial sample packs, one featuring the sounds of the MFB-522 drum machine and the other one based on the Roland SH-101 sounds. The quickest 100 BPB readers can download these commercially available sounds completely free of charge.

All of the samples were recorded completely raw, straight from the hardware into a Focusrite Saffire interface. There are four round robin variations of each drum hit. In case of the MFB-522 drum machine, each drum hit was captured with four different decay and pitch settings, in addition to the four round robins. All samples were recorded in 24-bit at 44.1 kHz. Before downloading each pack, you can choose whether you want to download the samples only, or the Ableton Live Drum Rack as well (supports Live Intro, Lite, Standard and Suite).

See also: FREE MFB-522 Drum Sample Pack By Samplefino!

The Roland TR-707 pack is completely free to download and it contains 60 drum samples in AIFF format (download size is 5.73 MB). The MFB-522 and SH-101 sample packs are available on a pay what you want basis, with the minimum payment of $5 (you can enter a larger amount if you want). ELPHNT is giving away 50 free copies of both of these packs as free downloads for the quickest 100 BPB readers. To grab your free copy of each pack, simply enter $0 as the amount on the product pages listed below.

I downloaded the TR-707 sample pack and it sounds great. The samples are 100% clean and raw, which is perfect if you want to process them manually in your DAW. The editing was done perfectly (which is not often the case with free drum sample packs) and this is definitely a recommended download for all drum machine aficionados. Many thanks to ELPHNT for providing 100 free copies for BPB readers!


ELPHNT TR-707 (free download for everyone)
ELPHNT MFB-522 (first 50 copies are free)
ELPHNT SH-101 (first 50 copies are free)

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Tomislav is a music producer and sound designer from Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the founder and editor-in-chief at Bedroom Producers Blog.


  1. FYI:

    TR-707 Samples licensed with A Creative Commons License – Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International

    NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes.

    • Hm. Who’se gonna notice that? You could easily get away with it by saying it’s from a different samplepack and nobody will ever know.

    • Hey, I emailed ELPHNT the other day, and got this response back regarding the samples:

      “Thanks for checking in re: the license, I’ve been meaning to clarify that actually. You are more than welcome to use the samples in a song which you might sell. The restriction I’ trying to enforce with the license is that you don’t redistribute the samples themselves for money. I’m more than happy for you to redistribute the samples but as long you attribute me, preferably with a link to my site, share the samples with the same license and don’t redistribute them for money. Otherwise you can do what you want with ‘em :)

      I hope that makes sense.”

      So it seems it’s to prevent people from taking the sample pack as-is and trying to sell it as their own. You can use the drums in a commercial song.

  2. Haha Round Robin for a Digital Drummachine maybe he don´t know what it means ;)

    And NonCommercial — You may not use the material for commercial purposes. So total useless…

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