Each kit contains 16 percussive instruments. Each instrument's name is prefixed by its note number in the traditional MIDI Drum Map (with a few deviations). The WAV files also have a NOTE tag, which allows you to map the samples across the keyboard (or any other traditionally-mapped controller) and use that mapping with any hardware or software which supports multisamples — such as samplers by 1010Music.
folders contain full drum kits consisting of the following elements:
- 35_BD: Bass Drum. Note tag: B0 (35).
- 36_BD: Bass Drum 2 (alternative). Note tag: C1 (36).
- 37_RS: Rim Shot (Side Stick, a hit to the rim of the snare drum). Note tag: C#1 (37).
- 38_SD: Snare Drum. Note tag: D1 (38).
- 39_HC: Hand Clap. Note tag: Eb1 (39).
- 40_SD: Snare Drum 2 (alternative). Note tag: E1 (40).
- 42_CH: Closed Hi-Hat. Note tag: F#1 (42).
- 43_LT: Low Tom. Note tag: G1 (43).
- 44_PH: Pedal Hi-Hat. Note tag: Ab1 (44).
- 46_OH: Open Hi-Hat. Note tag: Bb1 (46).
- 47_MT: Mid Tom. Note tag: B1 (47).
- 49_СС: Crash Cymbal. Note tag: C#1 (49).
- 50_HT: High Tom. Note tag: D2 (50).
- 51_RС: Right Cymbal. Note tag: Eb2 (51).
- 54_CL: Click/Tambourine. Note tag: F#2 (54).
- 56_CB: Cowbell. Note tag: Ab2 (56).
The sample names might sound familiar, but the Subharmonicon's renditions of bass drums or open hi-hats can stray away from the "classic" tones. But that's the whole point: there are plenty of traditional drum machine samples around, so we wanted to offer you something fresh with this sample pack.