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Tyler The Creator Free Samples

· By John Doe

Tyler The Creator Free Sound Pack | Drum Kit

I was browsing my favorite subreddit (r/Drumkits) when I came across an amazing free sound/drum kit that I have to share with you.

It’s a Sound Kit with 1,74GB of Sounds inspired by Tyler The Creator with more than 840 sounds that you can download for free! It includes everything you need to make some creative beats in the style of Tyler The Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Odd Future, Pharell Williams, Erykah Badu, Roy Ayers, Stevie Wonder, MF DOOM…

This Free Tyler the Creator Dum Kit is made from several sounds from the internet as well as handmade sound.

840 Sounds & Samples inspired by Tyler The Creator

Download these dope, super usable sounds and create some amazing creative beats in minutes!


SoundPack contains:

  • 55 Synths One-Shots
  • 52 Loops & Breaks
  • 66 Percs
  • 50 Vox
  • 75 Bass
  • 21 FXs
  • 108
  • 50 Samples
  • 108 others
  • 21 FXs
  • 28 Claps
  • 44 Closed-Hats
  • 115 Kicks
  • 8 Guitars
  • 126 Snares
  • 4 Acapellas
  • 12 Horns & Brass
  • 15 MIDIs
  • 4 Crash & Cymbal
  • 9 Keys
  • 16Open Hats
  • 7 Shakers
  • 6 Strings

More About Tyler The Creator

Tyler Gregory Okonma was born on March 6, 1991, in Ladera Heights, California, the son of a Nigerian father with Igbo ancestry and an American mother of mixed African-American and European-Canadian descent. He never met his father and spent his early life living in Ladera Heights and nearby Hawthorne. At the age of seven, he would take the cover out of a CD case and create covers for his own imaginary albums—including a tracklist with song lengths—before he could even make music.At the age of 14, he taught himself to play the piano.


Okonma in September 2012

Okonma’s music is primarily rooted in alternative hip hop, hip hop, bedroom pop, jazz rap, R&B, and neo soul, while his earlier music was considered horrorcore. Over the years, his style of production has progressed from gritty and dark in early projects to a jazzy and soulful approach with the albums Cherry Bomb, Flower Boy, Igor, and Call Me If You Get Lost.

Okonma is known as the leader of Odd Future, and the group as a whole has been compared to the influential hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan. Since the beginning of his career, Okonma has largely self-produced songs for his projects and other Odd Future members. Musically, he has been heavily influenced by N.E.R.D and The Neptunes member Pharrell Williams. Williams’ debut solo album, In My Mind (2006), had a substantial impact on Okonma, inspiring him to co-found the Odd Future collective. He has also cited N.E.R.D‘s debut album In Search of… (2001) as an impactful album for him.He also has been influenced by rapper Eminem, calling Eminem’s album Relapse (2009) one of his favorite albums.



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