Klaaq Library_YO! The 90s called - Lo-Fi Tape Drum_VOL1

    YO! The 90s Called - Lo-Fi Tape Drum | Vol.1


    Drag and drop our unique tape drum loops, focus on your intuition, and create the perfect lo-fi beat. 

    We've put together a drum sample pack that's been lovingly crafted using a Tascam 4-track cassette recorder.

    This gives you heaps of tape cassette texture to play around with and add some retro warmth to your beats.

    It's perfect for all Lo-Fi genres like Hip-Hop, Boom Bap, R&B or Neo Soul.


    All tracks created featuring a loop from YO! The 90s called - Vol.1
    All the loops you hear in this sample pack 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.

    There are six variations of each loop, ranging from high fidelity to the most lo-fi, including options with and without tape cassette noise. You can choose from three different types of cassettes, each with its own unique character.

    All of these variations are available in different BPMs, allowing you to choose the one that suits your needs best. The loops will tempo-sync to your DAW's master tempo. The BPM range is our suggested use of each beat.

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    We kept it simple by not adding any reverb or delay, so you can easily edit and customize the loops to your liking.

    Feel free to get creative and chop them up to create your own rhythm! You can also mix and match different textures for even more amazing results. 

    "If you ask me, analog has no advantages over digital. Who needs aNaLoG when we've got all these amazing plugins and virtual instruments?"

    If time travel was a thing, I'd go back and punch my past self in the face for being so wrong. But hey, we all make mistakes, right? It can take some of us a while to see the light, but eventually, we get there. And for me, incorporating analog into my creative process was a game-changer.