Sounds To Sample intros John Tejada OP1 Teenage Riot and Raw 909 – Push The Tempo

Sounds To Sample has announced the release of John Tejada OP1 Teenage Riot and Raw 909 – Push The Tempo, two new sample libraries.

John Tedjada OP1 Teenage Riot

Comprised exclusively of loops created with Teenage Engineering’s OP-1 portable synthesizer, Teenage Riot takes full advantage of the portable wonder’s 8 built-in synthesizer engines, multiple effects and LFO’s, built-in 4 track recorder and plug and play sensibility of a mass storage device, and leaves it’s endless possibilities in the hands of an acid house legend.

John Tejada OP1 Teenage Riot features

  • 20 OP1 Kick Loops.
  • 20 OP1 Percussion Loops.
  • 20 OP1 Clap Loops.
  • 20 OP1 Radio Loops.
  • 20 OP1 Bass Lines.
  • 20 OP1 Synth Loops.
  • Wav format, 130MB zipped.

The OP1 Teenage Riot sample pack is available to purchase for 16.29 EUR.

Raw 909 Push The Tempo

Raw 909 by Dan Mumford features a collection of loops and construction kits.

A staggering collection from jackin’ euro-tech to slammin juke and footwork, Dan Mumford’s Raw 909 is the perfect loop package to complement any ableton live performance or driving techno production.

230+ MB of loops and construction kits we here at Sounds To Sample mistook as a live recording from Jeff Mills crankin’ out some old school 909 goodness, Raw 909 features samples and construction kits ranging in tempo from 125 to 160 BPM.

The Raw 909 sample pack costs 9.09 EUR.

More information: Sounds To Sample


AfroDJMac Resampling Study in Ableton Live – Make the most of what you have

Sonic Scoop has published A Study in Resampling: Part 1, an article by AfroDJMac.

As part of my column on, “Sound Smack with AfroDJMac,” I’ve published the first article in a study of resampling in Ableton Live.

Resampling is a really powerful way to recycle sounds, instruments, and musical ideas into something entirely new. So download the Ableton Live Set below, complete with two drum racks I resampled from chords I played with my Teenage Engineering OP-1 Rack, two slice to midi presets, and the sample audio files that include a rhythmic pattern made with the AfroVolt Pack. Then, please head over to to read the full article, I think you’ll find it inspiring.

More information: AfroDJMac / Sonic Scoop


Goldbaby releases Synth Purveyor Vol 1 + free Blofeld Drums

Goldbaby Productions Synth Purveyor Vol 1

Goldbaby Production has released Synth Purveyor Vol 1, a new sample library for EXS24 and Kontakt 4.

Synths, Synths and more Synths! Yes you guessed it this product is all about synths…. some really nice ones actually…

MKS-80 (Super Jupiter), SQ-80, TX-802, CS-10, Matrix 6R, OP-1, SlimPhatty, Mopho, MircoKorg XL, Blofeld, PC3x… all great synths! They have been given the Goldaby treatment… sweetening them up with tasty outboard. Then mapped to EXS24 and Kontakt 4.

Analog bass, digital bells, lush strings and pads, powerful leads and interesting FX. Plenty of ammo for Hip Hop, Dub Step, Grime, Drum & Bass, Techno, Electro…

Synth Purveyor Vol 1 features

  • 1838 x 24 bit wav samples.
  • Over 160 patches for EXS24 and Kontakt 4.
  • Performance GUI for Kontakt 4 patches.

Synth Purveyor Vol 1 is available to purchase for $49 USD.

Goldbaby Productions Blofeld Drums

Golbaby has also released Blofeld Drums, a free sample pack made with the Waldorf Blofeld synthesizer.

Blofeld Drums: This little synth is a marvel of German engineering. Having a lot fun with it… so I thought I’d share some synth drum sounds I have created with it. 66 x 24 bit wavs

Blofeld Drums is a available as a free sample pack; Maschine and Geist versions are available as well.

More information: Goldbaby / Synth Purveyor Vol 1


Xfer Records releases OP-1 Drum Utility

Xfer Records OP-1 Drum Utility

Steve Duda of Xfer Records has released the OP-1 Drum Utility, a free tool for the OP-1 portable synthesizer by Teenage Engineering.

OP-1 Drum Utility is designed for creating Teenage Engineering Op-1 DrumKit files (custom .AIF files) by merging together one-shot samples you have on your hard disk.

OP-1 Drum Utility features

  • Drag & drop of sound files and folders.
  • Sound preview and sorting.
  • Control additional OP-1 parameters (pitch, playback type, reverse, and volume).

The OP-1 Drum Utility is available to download as freeware for Windows and Mac (VST/AU).

More information: Xfer Records / OP-1 Drum Utility


Teenage Engineering OP-1, synthesizer now available to pre-order

Teenage Engineering has announced that the OP-1 is ready for production and can now be ordered.

Teenage Engineering OP-1

OP-1 is ready. Make your reservation today.

Finally. After more than two years of development the OP-1 is now ready for production.
Due to initial limited supply we now accept reservations.
Manufacturing, assembly and shipping will be eight weeks.

The OP-1 is available to order for $799 / 799 EUR.

More information: Teenage Engineering


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