Sound Dust has announced the release of Tiny Chaos Engine, a free drum machine for Kontakt featuring a collection of unlikely sound sources that include a lawn mower, kite flying, celery, static electricity, trickling water and a broken piano as well as some more obvious percussive sources.

It seems to be a good time for chaotic drum machine lovers : )

Here’s my take on the concept. It’s a lovely, complex but easy to use beauty which combines an odd palate of found sound sources with lots of variational possibilities.
And a big button marked CHAOS.

Video demo:


  • the Chaos button for instant randomisation
  • the Order button for an instant return to normality
  • comprehensive editing with quick edit system
  • 12 sample engines with individual articulation control
  • 12 sequence engines with algorithmic looping controller
  • lots of great binaural sounds
  • celery !
  • built in manual

Tiny Chaos Engine works well with full versions of Kontakt 4 and 5.

More info:

Tiny Chaos Engine free drum machine for Kontakt

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