until last week when a unzip took place in combination with some hearing.
Must say it was intriguing, organic and raw.
Decided to contact the creator and he said with a raspy low voice:
Hell yeah of course there will be sharing of these samples on your musical android...
So there is two sample sets-
One with longer samples and one with single cycle waveforms
(More like three cycles... the end result the same ).
The longer samples will be more unstable, would it be daring to say more organic.
The short cycle samples less so but still mighty gritty and tough!
Made a sample instrument out of the short ones this morning for
the Sunvox sampler that you can download at the bottom,
and if anyone has the energy to do it for caustic with short and long samples
and for Sunvox with the long samples there will be posting of those
that will be shared on the download page with acknowledgments.
Please send to:
So now my children come closer for Zombie Queens ghastly story
how these tones came to be:
I took an old cassette deck, Technics M33G
and I created a feedback loop by connecting signal output with input.
The tone could be controlled with volume deck's volume knob,
for some reason I don't really understand.
Then I connected deck's phone output to Audiofire sound card
and captured the whole scale available from manipulating the magical volume knob,
to create this little sample set.
I used G-Tune VST to monitor sound frequency,
trying to catch exact frequency for each note.
The knob didn't work linear and was rather sensitive,
so some notes were a little off, which I think adds some character to this set.
The files are 96kHz/24 bit, range it E4-B0, plus the lowest sound I could get.
These are royalty free samples.
Feel free to use them in your music, free or commercial,
as you please -
no need to contact or credit me.
If you'd like to use them for sound design or sample library,
I don't mind, but please contact me first, I'd like to know,
if it has found some use and what came out of it.
Finally, please don't re-distribute the archive.
That is maybe something I will do myself one day.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!
These tones come from old dirty electronics
and can be dangerous to mental health and your audio equipment.
In other words, if you go nuts or blow your monitors, it's your own fault, not mine.
-After this horrifying story there will be no sleep for this pretty boy!
The two Sample Packs: