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“Synare From Mars” Drum Sample Pack Is Now FREE

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Samples From Mars offers the Synare From Mars ($29 value) drum sample library as a free download from their website.

Synare From Mars is a free collection of drum sounds sampled from the Synare analog drum synthesizer by Star Instruments. This rare drum synth is a unique source of early electronic drums like disco toms (you know that sound!), noise-heavy snares, and similar no-frills analog percussion sounds.

But there’s more to the Synare drum synthesizer that simple drum sounds. It was also used as a reggae dub siren, an SFX machine, and even as a simple analog synthesizer (because that’s what it really was). Synare featured a proper analog filter and fat analog oscillators with plenty of character.

Samples From Mars really went to town when they sampled the content for the Synare From Mars library. The pack includes over 1,900 Star Instruments Synare samples in 24-bit WAV format.

You’re getting eight fully chromatic multi-sampled synth patches, ten drum kits (16 samples in each kit), and a bunch of bonus samples that include sound effects, processed sounds, bass hits, and more.

In addition to the sample content in WAV format, Synare From Mars also includes kits for popular sampler formats like Kontakt, Battery, MPC, Ableton Live, and others. The total size of the included audio content is over 2 GB when extracted.

Visit the product page for audio demos and for an in-depth overview of the original Synare synthesizer and its features.

Here’s how the Samples From Mars team describes the library:

The Synare is an analog drum synth created in the mid-70s. It looks (and sounds) like the evilest flying saucer you’ve ever heard. We’ve extensively multi-sampled these thick and juicy oscillators, squelching resonance, and white noise, dub sirens, cosmic trickles, sub-bass, and of course the classic syn-drums.

On a related note, Samples From Mars launched their Black Friday sale today. Get their entire product lineup for $39 when you purchase the All the Samples From Mars bundle ($1,608 value). This is a no-brainer deal if you’re looking for a collection of meticulously sampled drum machines.

Find more offers and freebies in our Top 100 Black Friday 2020 Deals article.

You can download Synare From Mars for free from the product page linked below. A valid email address is needed to get the download link.

More info: Synare From Mars (1.6 GB download size, ZIP archive, contains 1,900 audio samples in 24-bit WAV format)

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

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  1. There’s a number of free sample packs available at the link below, plus a few $1 packs. The first free pack I got had some really good kick and snare sounds, so I went back for more. Bonus tip: when you check out, enter your phone number and get five more free packs.

    https://cymatics.fm/

    But now that I have all these packs combined with the HUGE pack from Mars. I think that I AM DONE. I have more samples than I could ever use. Wow.

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