Samplephonics 909 Rhythm Composer

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  • 4054 24 Bit Wav samples
  • 96khz and 44.1khz sample rates
  • Custom sequencer for Kontakt 5
  • Sampler Instruments for Ableton, Reason, Logic/Garageband and Kontakt 4.2

Multisampled 909 Virtual Instrument

We're proud to bring you another huge selection of multisampled drum hits and custom Kontakt sequencer, this time from the legendary beast that is the 909!

Expect to find over 4000 24 Bit Wav samples, meticulously sampled through two inputs (one clean, and one with added valve distortion) and formatted to use in a variety of software including Logic Pro, Ableton, Reason and Kontakt 5.


Custom Interface

This sample library is available to download with a deeply scripted sequencer for Kontakt 5 (please note the full version of Kontakt 5 is required to run this and the instrument only works in demo mode with the Kontakt Free Player.) Create, copy, paste and edit patterns and even play live. We've kept many features true to the original (and added a few more necessities) and we believe this to be the closest software equivelent to the real thing.

2 Input Options

Each and every function and sound from this classic drum machine was carefully sampled a number of times and recorded both clean and through a Thermionic Culture 'Culture Vulture' to provide some real analogue tube warmth and extra beef!

Take your music back to it's roots and inject some truly authentic drum samples into your next production. The 909 is back!

Let’s Recap

  • Multisampled 909 Instrument
  • Custom Kontakt interface
  • Contains clean and tube sampled versions
  • Easy editing and playing
  • Huge range of sampler instrument patches included
Add to wishlist £49.00 $59.95 ¥6222 €54.39 Click here for UNLIMITED downloads!
  • sa11yn

    Amazingly useful and so much fun to use! The interface is perfectly simple, the samples sound great, and it integrates perfectly with Kontakt. Honestly one of my favorite libraries. Reply

    • Anonymous

      I can't figure out how to route input in Logic to record. Any idea? Reply