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Tame Impala Free Drum Kit

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Tame Impala Free Drum Kit [2023]

Tame Impala Drum Sounds

As you may know, we have shared a lot of trap and hip-hop packs on this blog and today I wanted to share with you a little different kit since it is a drum kit inspired by Tame Impala, an Australian psychedelic music project led by multi-instrumentalist Kevin Parker.

If you are tired of downloading the same recycled sounds over and over and want original samples, this Tame Impala Drum Kit is for you.

Unfortunately, sounds are in MP3 format but nevertheless they are of good quality. In addition it is so rare to have original sound packs lately that I advise you to download this free tame Impala free kit if you want to spice your beats with drums that change from usual ones.

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It contains:

  • 31 Samples
  • 2 Open Hats
  • 2 Drum Loops
  • 8 Kicks
  • 8 Hats
  • 11 Snares
  • 505 KO in total

Who is Tame Impala?

Tame Impala is an Australian psychedelic music project led by multi-instrumentalist Kevin Parker, who writes, records, performs, and produces the music. As a touring act, Parker (guitar, vocals) plays alongside Dominic Simper (guitar, synthesiser) and some members of Australian psychedelic rock band Pond – Jay Watson (synthesiser, vocals, guitar), Cam Avery (bass guitar, vocals), and Julien Barbagallo (drums, vocals).

They’re active from 2007 and already have won multiple awards (ARIA, BRIT, EG Awards…) and have been nominated twice for the Grammy Awards. Read more on wikipedia.

What Instruments do Tame Impala use?

The synth in Tame Impala songs is most of the time used in order to fill the space with more spacey sounds. The combination of live instruments like drums, guitar and bass, and synths, makes the listen more exciting and alluring. (source: Reverb Machine)

What DAW Tame Impala Band is using?

Somewhat unconventionally, Parker uses Ableton Live as his DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) of choice. Ableton Live is not the rock musician’s typical DAW of choice; it’s mostly used by DJs and electronic music producers precisely because of its looping capabilities. (source: Musical-U)

If you want to go further, you can read the AMAZING article from Reverb Machine sharing some valuable tricks on how make some Tame Impala sounds.

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