Roland TR-909 sample-set. FULL 909 samples, ALL settings - every single line-setting for all voices. ....so here it is, finally.. 909 power! ...before I sold my 909, I recorded it at every single "line" and setting at 120bpm as if it were a clock, continuously until I captured every setting. ie: i moved the 4 or 3 knobs per voice as if it were a clock after every 2 or 4 beats (iirc) on each line/setting (ie: turned them as if it was a clock, but on every 2 or 4th beat, instead of actual time as a clock.. kick example: tune knob = hours, attack knob = minutes, decay knob = seconds; moved after every 2-4th beat per line/setting ..etc., etc., etc.), gradually going from full-ccw to full-clockwise for each knob dependent of each preceding/neighboring knob, until I captured every single setting (did that make sense?? lol). So, my kick & snare recorded files are about 40 minutes long, toms around 20-30 minutes each, etc. Totally unprocessed and dry. No colorization, over-driving nor distortion of any sort. Recorded at around a humble -6 to -12 db in audacity iirc. Totally unedited. Not even normalized. Recorded 909 straight into my MBP with Audacity (default settings of 44100khz & 32-bit float) through a Presonus Firebox interface. AIFF files. I zipped all the recordings/voices, it is pretty Big...zipped it is 659mb, and unzipped it is around 1.5g.