Download Your FREE Wave Alchemy Evolve Sample Pack

There's 300 drum samples from the exquisitely produced Evolve library by Wave Alchemy with your name on it... that is, they're free and waiting for you to download them and try them on your tracks.  

Free to download from the Wave Alchemy website, Evolve is a colourful collection of high-impact drum samples and sound design elements, painstakingly created within the acclaimed Evolution drum machine.

Comprising 300 kicks, snares, claps, hi-hats, toms, cymbals, percussion hits and sound design tools, Evolve draws on a wide variety of sources, including sought-after modern and vintage analogue drum machines, modular synths, world-class live rooms and acoustic instruments, found sounds, processed Foley, prepared percussion and more. Most of the samples have been designed from scratch using Evolution’s powerful layering and processing tools, while the rest are lifted directly from the Evolution library.

The sequencer page in the Evolve instrument.

The sequencer page in the Evolve instrument.

As well as being a must-have sample pack in its own right (it’s free, after all, so you’d be mad not to!), Evolve makes for a revealing taster of what to expect from Evolution itself. Housing over 28,000 equally high-quality sounds in a powerful plugin, Wave Alchemy’s award-winning software beatbox features an intuitive browser and X/Y pad-based drum layering engine, flexible note and effects step sequencing, an extensive modular macro system, per-voice sound design parameters and effects, and over 400 preset kits and sequenced grooves. Bringing acoustic and electronic drums and percussion together like no instrument ever has before, Evolution’s focus is on the creation of new, visionary drum sounds that push the boundaries of what’s previously possible. It’s drum programming evolved.

Rounik is the Executive Editor for Ask.Audio & the macProVideo Hub. As an Apple Certified Trainer for Logic (and a self-confessed Mac fanatic) he's taught teachers, professional musicians and hobbyists how to get the best out of Apple's creative software. He has been a visiting lecturer at Bath Spa University's Teacher training pro... Read More

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