Korg DDD-5 drum samples

Korg DDD-5

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Drum machine Korg DDD-5, very nice vintage sound, claps and kick similar to Linn drum.
It’s little brother of Korg DDD-1. 29 sounds. Pads are pressure sensitive

DOWNLOAD DDD-5 SAMPLE PACK Originally recorded at 24bit 48khz. For recording I used Lexicon mpx550 (bypass mode).
Korg DDD-5 was powered by battery for eliminating AC hum.
Trimmed, normalized and converted to 16bit without noise dithering.

These samples can be used with no restrictions as components of musical compositions either private or commercial.
BUT you are not allowed to redistribute, sell. ASK ME FIRST!

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8 Responses to Korg DDD-5 drum samples

  1. alex says:

    thanks for theese samples i like all of them. because there are so many sampleset free on the internet but they sounds like they recorded with a onboard soundcard so they are not usefull for me.

    yours sound great. thanks again

  2. alex says:

    any plans for the future ;) ???

  3. Martin78 says:


    you mean next sample sets? :)

    i’m on vacation right now
    but i have next drum sets almost ready for upload
    from expanders Roland U-220 (U-20) and Yamaha TG-77 (SY77,SY99)

    stay tuned :)

  4. alex says:

    yes, samplesets. ok canĀ“t wait for the next ones. like i told before i really like all of them great work, thanks a lot. and have a nice rest vacation.

  5. Michele says:

    If i download the pack can i use in a ddd5 or i will use in other instrument?

    • Martin78 says:

      This pack contains wav samples, you can use it whenever you want :)

      Old ddd-5 machine don’t accept external samples, because its very old ROM (read only memory) drum machine

  6. Jerry says:

    I downloaded these samples for the Yamaha RX7……..and they sound good……..

    But…..I am puzzled as what to do with them now that I have the wavs in my laptop.

    Am I right to assume that I would have to buy a Sampler to record these sounds

    and trigger them from a sequencer…………………thx……………….

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