I had the honour of making the latest Sampled Fender Rhodes that comes free with Ableton Live 10. I have decided to give away my prototype Rhodes that I initially made to test workflow and vibe. It is not perfect by any stretch of the imagination but it is super vibey. It is a stereo sample of the Cabinet with two mis-matched microphones. The Rhodes I used sounds very cool but is not in great shape. It is actually a keyboard belonging to one of New Zealand's great musicians / composers, Scott Mannion. You can DOWNLOAD THE RHODES AND ALSO BONUS STRING SYNTHS HERE. Bonus string synths are the Roland RS-09 and Roland EM-101 String Patch. This is a Live9 ALP so it will work for you all!
To celebrate me fixing my MPC3000 I made a drum kit made from 1 mic on my 1970's Premier. I recorded it with an EV-635a mic through my Roland chorus echo RE-301, purely for the tape transfer sound, and then sampled and chopped in my MPC3000. I included a couple of samples from the Roland TR-08 for layering and a bass note in the classic boom bap style. The Ableton rack is laid out as a live performance tool for Push and its fun to use! Here is the ABLETON ALP DOWNLOAD.
Roland Electric Piano and Drum Machine: An interview with me for Ableton about my record Basement Donuts. This includes a free download of my sampled Roland Rhythm 330 drum machine and multi-sampled Roland MP600 electric piano. DOWNLOAD HERE. Interview is HERE.
2 Mic Fingerdrumming Kit: A drum racks kit for Push that is set out in my experimental fingerdrumming layout. I made the kit with 2 very cheap old Electro-Voice microphones - 625a and a 636. It's a really cool dark funky kit that can be used for more than just fingerdrumming. Make sure you use the full 64 pad layout in drum racks with the Push. DOWNLOAD HERE.