Tutorials / 17 November 2020

BandLab Sounds: Creating instrumental tracks with the Mix Editor

BandLab Sounds: Creating a track on the Mix Editor

Using samples to make music isn’t something that’s new – producers and artists have been doing that for decades. But what is new and exciting is how easily accessible these samples have become.

With the launch of BandLab Sounds, you now have a huge library of samples at your music making disposal. They are royalty-free, unlimited and completely free to use. 

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

You can download as many samples as you like from BandLab Sounds and use them in your DAW of choice, and of course, in BandLab’s free web-based DAW, our Mix Editor.

In this video tutorial, we show you how to use Sounds to create a completed track in BandLab’s web Mix Editor.

You can fork the full track from @ANIMALTRONIX below to if you want work on it further.

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Subscribe to the BandLab YouTube channel for more updates, tutorials, and more. We’ll be dropping a more tutorials on using Sounds, as well as other production techniques on BandLab.

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