File these designs under “do want.” Some of your favorite gear is rendered in miniature: Roland’s TR-808, E-MU’s SP-1200 sampler, Akai’s MPC 2000XL, and (coming soon) even the Yamaha NS-10 near-field monitors. It occurs to me that someday soon, such tiny things might even work in some form as functioning music equipment. For now, you’ll have to settle for tiny classic gear that contains an 8 GB flash drive – enough to carry especially-precious samples or demos or backups.

The drives are US$39.99, but contain extraordinary levels of detail and use Toshiba flash memory (not something overly generic). They work with USB 2.0, too.

The project is the work of Alkota, a musician who also offers a boutique of drum samples, including some more unique hip-hop drum sets and such. Shop:
http://hiphopdrumsamples.com/category/flash-drives

Gallery:

More on the artist:
www.alkotabeats.com
www.hiphopdrumsamples.com
www.twitter.com/alkota

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  • Scutheotaku

    Links don’t work

    • Scutheotaku

       Nevermind, they worked this time

  • Scutheotaku

    Links don’t work

    • Scutheotaku

       Nevermind, they worked this time

  • Now that is a USB I would invest in!

  • djmoonbootsplur

    Now that is a USB I would invest in!

  • Qwerenda

     SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!

  • Qwerenda

     SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!

  • Mail

    I bet the NS10’s still suck balls …

  • Mail

    I bet the NS10’s still suck balls …

  • Downpressor

    My 808 arrived, looks very nice!

  • Downpressor

    My 808 arrived, looks very nice!