Free Libraries Give IK UNO Drum Iconic Drum Machine Sounds From 808 To Korg KR-55

There's exciting news for IK Multimedia UNO Drum owners. Without needing to spend a penny you've now got access to ten libraries worth of iconic classic drum machine sounds for the UNO!  

The IK Multimedia UNO Drum is a very capable and affordable analog hardware drum machine. Today, IK Multimedia have given their portable drum machine a plethora of of new, free libraries that add new sounds from classic drum machines and modules.

Each of the libraries includes its own installer which uploads to the UNO Drum directly so you don’t use the Editor to install them.

Here's all the different FREE libraries for UNO Drum that have been released by IK Multimedia today:

Anthology Library 1:

  • Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-2L
  • Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-6
  • Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-7L
  • Ace Tone Rhythm Ace FR-8

Machines primarily used by organist to add percussion fills.  The starting spark of what a drum machine would be.

Anthology Library 2:

  • Hammond Auto-Vari 64
  • Wurlitzer Sideman
  • Univox Drum Machines
  • Columbia Rhythm Box CRB-81

These were called accompanist, and were used primarily to give a background rhythm to Organs players around the globe.

Anthology Library 3:

  • Korg KPR-77
  • Korg KR-55
  • Keio MiniPops
  • Panasonic RD 9844

Japan always had a lead role in making rhythm boxes. These became the game-changing drum machines that remain in history to this day.

Anthology Library 4:

  • Roland CR 78
  • Roland CR 5000
  • Roland CR 8000
  • Roland TR 33

This set of iconic Roland Drum machines features the sounds that became the universally recognised sounds of drum machines.

Anthology Library 5:

  • Roland TR 330
  • Roland TR 606
  • Roland TR 808
  • Roland TR 909

The second set of iconic Roland Drum machines is what you expect: the more well known and historical drum machines, still used in todays productions.

Anthology Library 6:

  • Lell Rototom
  • Maxon DS200
  • Star Instruments Synare
  • Formanta UDS

The most unique machines of the collection. Since these machines where mostly drum synthesisers, we took a “snapshot” of what you would be capable of doing with them.

Anthology Library 7:

  • Simmons SDS 8
  • Simmons SDS V
  • TAMA DS-200
  • TAMA TS-305

Eighties! Drum modules in the 1980's were very famous.  They helped shaped music as we know it. Hear a “sample” of what working with them would sound like.

Anthology Library 8:

  • Jomox XBase 09
  • MFB 502
  • MFB 522
  • Sound Master SR 88

A combination of 1990’s/2000’s drum machines with a future-retro vibe.  These were designed around the most famous drum machines of all time, but with added sound capabilities and are still used in today's productions.

Anthology Library 9:

  • Regal Rhythm RE 175
  • Normad Rhythm Maker
  • Unitra Eltra RTYM 16
  • Columbia Rhythm Box CRB-81

This library contains a collection of rare and quite affordable drum machines from all around the world. Those rarities sound different from others, you'll have to hear it for yourself!

Anthology Library 10:

  • BOSS DR-110
  • Realistic Concermate Electronic Accompanist
  • Delptronics LDB 1
  • ELI CR7030

A group of portable, easy, and small drum machines. At the time, drum machines needed to be portable and these are what were proposed by the market.

There is also an extra library provided which contains the original factory sounds, to allow you to restore them if necessary.

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