Klaaq Library_YO! The 90s called - Lo-Fi Tape Drum_KONTAKT

    YO! The 90s Called - Lo-Fi Tape Drum | Kontakt


    A unique and powerful tool to make spectacular drums!


    We are very proud of this Kontakt instrument.

    Initially, we intended this project to be a simple drum Lo-Fi loops bank. But as we continued to work on it, we decided to add a kit, which grew so large that we couldn't resist making it into an instrument.

     With this instrument, you have the power to create your own custom drums with an authentic cassette sound.

    Whether you're into Lo-Fi, Hip-Hop, Boom Bap, R&B, Neo Soul, or want to experiment with different genres, this instrument is versatile enough to handle it all. It's even great for Synthwave or Retrowave productions.


    All tracks created featuring a beat made with YO! The 90s called - Kontakt
    With this instrument, you have the power to create your own custom drums with an authentic cassette sound.
    All the samples you hear in this Kontakt instrument were run through the Tascam 424 MKI, one of the best analog cassette recorders of its time. The warmth and character it imparts on the sound is unparalleled, making it a highly sought-after tool for those looking to achieve a vintage, lo-fi aesthetic in their recordings.

    By adjusting the tape speed, noise reduction compressor, and pitch control, you can create a range of unique drum sounds.

    In the mixer window you can customize the volume, pan, mute, solo, and damp of each component to craft your own sound.

    With the stereo/multi-output button in the main page, you can process each element of the drum kit independently.

    This Kontakt instrument is an incredibly versatile tool for adding drums to a wide variety of musical styles, from Lo-Fi and Hip Hop to Retrowave, Vaporwave, 90s House Music, Techno, and even Phonk! With this instrument, you'll have all the creative freedom you need to bring your musical vision to life.
    This is Pierre.

    Pierre played a huge part in bringing this project to life, dedicating six months to writing and perfecting the code.