Reverb Drum Machines Collection Is Now FREE (€841 Value)


Reverb has announced that the Reverb Drum Machines sample pack bundle (€841 value) is now available for free download from their website.

Reverb Drum Machines is a collection of 53 high-quality drum machine sample packs. These packs were previously available for purchase as separate products, but the team at Reverb now offers them as a single freely downloadable collection for everyone interested. The sample packs can be downloaded individually or as one large bundle weighing at 1.4 GB (zipped).

See also: BPB Cassette Drums (FREE Download)

The collection is focused on sampling vintage drum machines. In addition to the classic 808, 909, and other classics, you will also find a range of rare and less known hardware instruments. A few examples of some more exotic drum machines featured in the bundle are the Kent K-220 Rhythm System, the Radel CT-24 Taalmala, and the Suzuki RPM-40. Even if you already own an extensive collection of drum machine samples, chances are you’ll find something new in the Reverb Drum Machines bundle.

All samples were captured through a high-end hardware signal chain consisting of the Dizengoff D4 Tube Preamp and the Apogee Symphony I/O audio interface. Every sample pack contains a set of individual samples or audio loops (depending on the pack) in 24-bit WAV format and ready-to-use Ableton Live projects. You can download the bundle from the product page linked below (valid email address required).

Reverb Drum Machines are available for free download via Reverb (1.4 GB download size, ZIP archive, contains audio samples and loops in 24-bit WAV format, Ableton Live projects).

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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. At first I read “€8.41 value”. Wow. This is the largest discount I’ve seen to date.

    @Tomislav, you might add to the article that they have more 100% discounts over at the site, like the “Casio CZ1000 Synth Collection Sample Pack” and “Oberheim Matrix 1000 Synth Collection Sample Pack”, among others.
    But anyway, this is the kind of old-school BPB-news we keep coming here. Thanks a lot.

  2. there’s a free vst/plugin called MEGA DRUMS. there are a ton of drum machines on that. it is all the non super real sounding/electronic drums you’ll need. I have that and the ableton studio drum pack and that covers the real drum sound

    • They’re all WAV files, so you can use them in pretty much anything. I personally use Poise by One Small Clue, since it’s free and does everything exactly how I want it to. It also has Ableton drum racks, if that’s useful for you.

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