?What a cool old dirty drum machine!?? Me about the Yamaha DD-10 when I first saw it some years ago. This is really a charming lo-fi low cost 8-bit drum machine released in 1988 aimed at the home market and I really love it. I?m writing in first person because I wanted to get really personal about this one. This is one of my all time favorites and it?s the sample pack I use the most when it comes to drum machines. For those who know me, it was pretty obvious that I?d pass it through a tape recorder and store the sounds on my HDD. They didn?t thought I?d experiment with each and every sound of this awesome piece of gear and a whole bunch of cassette and reel-to-reel tape recorders. That?s what I did and this is what I?ve got. You guys know that you can pass the same sound through the same tape machine a hundred times and the sound you?ll achieve each time is a little different from the other ones, right? We wanted to make sure you can achieve this too, so we made three round robins for each drum piece. Tape DD-10 consists of: 75 Samples(three round robins on each drum) 1 Kontakt instrument 44.1kHz/24 bit .wav format All recorded through tape And a little bonus: 17 of our personal impulse responses to make your sound even more unique. One of them was even recorded through tape too.