From the Team / 22 January 2021

18 brand new sample packs from MusicTech are now on BandLab Sounds

MusicTech sample packs on BandLab Sounds

When it comes to free samples, more is always more. Every week, we add new samples from artists and sound designers to our ever-growing library on BandLab Sounds for you to use to make music, all for free.

Now, we’re delighted to have MusicTech onboard as a contributor. For a start, you can download more than 1,400 MusicTech samples from 18 sample packs, and there’ll be even more in the pipeline.

Read more: Introducing BandLab Sounds: Royalty-free samples, unlimited and free

These sample packs span a wide range of genres, instruments and styles. The packs include moody piano chords, dub siren effects, vintage synth arpeggios, TB-303 loops and tons of drum samples. 

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This is just the beginning – MusicTech’s sample packs are the first of many created by our partners, and we’re super excited for future opportunities and to have even more samples on BandLab Sounds. At the end of the day, more samples, more music!

Read more: Beats from scratch: How to produce a beat like Juice WRLD on BandLab

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