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Past To Future Samples Releases Motown Drums Vol.6 For Free!
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Cool Past To Future Samples Releases Motown Drums Vol.6 For Free!



We think this is the most authentic release of our Motown series. This is Volume 6!
It's an amazing sounding vintage Gretsch kit, miked it with vintage mics and recorded to a Telefunken Tape Machine with tube gear.
Just enough grit for both modern and vintage productions!





*Easy to use Kontakt interface

*Recorded straight to tape at 15 IPS with tube preamps

*velocity hits with many RR (round robins) for each hit!

*Gm compatible

*24bit/48khz wav files

*Wave files included to use with other samplers



Here are the drums in action:




Get it now at;

https://gumroad.com/pasttofuturesamples

We are excited to bring you sounds you can't find anywhere else!
Old 1 week ago
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Gear Head
 

I love the sound of motown and that one comes pretty close....
Old 6 days ago
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Gear Maniac
 

Sounds really good!
Thank you for your generosity.

No harddisk eater here, as always great sound in a small size.
Old 6 days ago
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Gear Head
 

Are the samples included?
Old 6 days ago
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PTFS (and in this case I speak for "past to future samples" and not for "past to future reverbs", and frankly, I still haven't fully understood the difference of these two companies to this day)
is always a guarantee for me that the drumsamples are nice, colorful alive and with analog patina. Unlike most of the other developers, it doesn't sound so clinically pure ... and nobody likes to go to a hospital voluntarily.
Furthermore, I don't have the feeling that a second hand embarrassment (midish and immediately recognizable) "Roberto-Robot-Orchestra" is playing. Ptfs sounds always alive and authentic.
Hats off to these people.
Old 6 days ago
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Originally Posted by broco View Post
PTFS (and in this case I speak for "past to future samples" and not for "past to future reverbs", and frankly, I still haven't fully understood the difference of these two companies to this day)
is always a guarantee for me that the drumsamples are nice, colorful alive and with analog patina. Unlike most of the other developers, it doesn't sound so clinically pure ... and nobody likes to go to a hospital voluntarily.
Furthermore, I don't have the feeling that a second hand embarrassment (midish and and immediately recognizable) "Robert-Robot"-Orchestra is playing. Ptfs sounds always alive and authentic.
Hats off to these people.
Thank you and we are the same company
Old 6 days ago
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Thank you
Old 5 days ago
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Originally Posted by Picadilly View Post
Are the samples included?
Yes
Old 4 days ago
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Gear Head
 

Quote:
Originally Posted by broco View Post
No harddisk eater here, as always great sound in a small size.
Great sound in a small size!
Old 2 days ago
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Of course, the market of drumlibraries are totally oversaturated, but this one is a real gem and it is incredibly free!
Old 2 days ago
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Always so good.. i've got so many of these guys drums... always worthwhile.. unique.

But where's the vintage reggae kits though... waiting forever over here!

Not that others the've released already don't do just fine!

Thanx!!

Zz.
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