Free Digitone Drums and Percussion patch pack (+ samples for everyone else)

Here’s where you can get it:

Hello friends, here are 48 percussion patches for the Elektron Digitone, plus 123 samples of the patches for those of you who aren’t lucky enough to own a Digitone.

As with all my stuff, it’s priced as pay-what-you-want, which includes free, so if you can’t afford to pay, or just fancy some free drum sounds, then please just grab them and enjoy them with my blessing, but if you feel like you can throw a couple of quid my way, it is so very appreciated and all goes towards stuff for the channel.

Other than “percussion” there is no theme to this pack so you’ll find hard and soft, electronic and acoustic, noisy and tuned patches here. The one guiding principle I stuck to was that the patches should react meaningfully to velocity, so be sure to get into your sequences and parameter lock velocity for extra expression (and in the sample pack I’ve included 2 or 3 variation of each sound to get a flavour of this).

I really hope you enjoy these patches and be sure to hit me up if you make use of them in your music as I’d love to check it out.


Awesome, thank you!

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Your videos and the sounds you present are just awesome! Those drum beats have a huge amount of character, not via saturation and compression on the drum bus (maybe additionally) but already within the sounds. Your attention for subtle envelope tweaks and characters reminds me of the Kush UBK-1 videos. It‘s hard to find quality videos about the Digitone, yours (and Ivar‘s) are top notch.

This thread definitely needs more attention.

Looking forward to installing the pack, thanks a lot!

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Thank you! I’m glad you like them! There’s no additional processing on the sound demos other than a master limiter, and no master drive on the Digitone, so what you hear should be what you get :slightly_smiling_face:

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Very nice. I keep meaning to spend some time and create my own bunch of drum and percussion patches to store in my digitone.

Maybe I’ll go for the lazy option :slight_smile:

(One small thing, have you thought of putting a de esser or hi cut eq on your vocal mic for your videos? Your sibilants always seem so loud)