MATRIXSYNTH: The Ultimate Italo Disco SynthPop Sample Pack

Friday, November 22, 2019

The Ultimate Italo Disco SynthPop Sample Pack

Published on Nov 22, 2019 Espen Kraft

"I've spent a long time recording, sampling and processing the sounds in this pack, with focus on quality and usability.
Each drum sample is taken directly out of the hardware.
Many of the sounds has been made by layering different samples and effects.

This is not a free pack, but I hope you'll see it's priced quite reasonably considering the quality and quantity of the sounds. :)

Get the pack here:

Or buy from me directly by sending me an email to :

You will find 2 different sub-folders within each main *Construction Kit* folder.
One Sub-folder will contain BPM-synced processed loops,instrument parts, midi files etc, while the other sub-folder will contain the dry drum hits for the ultimate in flexibility in regards to your own processing.
All files can be drag and dropped into a DAW of your choice. Or sampled into a sampler of your choice.
Check out my video demo of the pack for more details on how to use it.

In a folder named *MISC* you will find lots of individual drums, more loops, midi files, Vocals and more. This holds a little bit of everything.

None of the sounds (except for the demo of each construction kit) in this pack has been limited or mastered in any way, so there are dynamics left in the separate samples and loops. Even the processed drums are free of limiting / mastering.

Synths, drum machines, samplers and effects used to make this pack:

Korg Poly-61
Korg DSS-1
Roland Alpha Juno 2
Roland Juno 6
Roland JX-8P
Roland R8
Roland TR-808
Roland TR-909
Roland S-10
Yamaha DX7
Behringer Model D
Sequential TOM drum machine w/EPROM binary Linndrum, DMX and Emulator chips.
E-MU Drumulator
Dr.Böhm "The German Linndrum" drum machine
Elka OMB-5 and Drumstar80 drum machine
Simmons SDS800 drum machine/brain
Akai S1000
Akai S612
Akai S700
Casio SK-1
Kurzweil K2000

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