The producer and synth aficionado is delivering old-school house and techno sounds that cull from new jazz, UK breaks, IDM and hip-hop.
The Dresden-based producer and DJ Jacob Korn is known for his lo-fi, Kraftwerk-influenced house and techno sound. He’s released on labels like Permanent Vacation, Running Back and Uncanny Valley and has shared stages with artists like Underground Resistance, Chez Damier, Basic Soul Unit and Sven Väth.
Now, you can use some of the techniques that Korn has pioneered in your own productions. The known gear head has released over 1.3GB of content that includes loops, one hits and sampler patches crafted from a host of rare, vintage instruments like the Roland Space Echo, the Roland TR 909, TR 707 and Juno 60—among many others. The entire library includes more than 300 drum loops, 40 basslines and 66 chords.
Do you, like us, only aspire to have access to such incredible instruments to use in your own work? Visit Loopmasters here to purchase and download the entire sample pack. Below, take a tour of Korn’s studio with EB.tv, where he describes his special arsenal of gear and how he uses it.
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