Calling all producers: Legowelt has released a new free sample pack.

The Dutch artist is one of the most generous around when it comes to this sort of thing, and the new pack consists of 322 wav samples from 1997’s “digital monster”, the Roland JV-2080 synthesiser.

In Legowelt’s words, the pack was “Programmed by Legowelt & studio assistant intern engineer prof.Dr.Dr.Elektrovolt. Are you ready for the Haunted Seacucumber, Zandwezen, Basket Wieners and whatever adventures await you with these samples???”

Grab it here, and watch Legowelt build a track live on FACT TV below.



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