Top 6 New Sample Packs From March

Check out the most popular sample and preset packs released last month on Splice Sounds.


1. Electric Mantis Sample Pack (Splice)

This month’s most downloaded pack comes straight from the studio of Electric Mantis. The Portland-based producer quickly rose to fame with a viral track in 2013, and has since cemented his place in the dynamic Future Bass scene. Influenced by the likes of Flume and Wave Racer, Electric Mantis’ unique take on the genre is front and center in this sample collection. Ranging from immense drums and groovy vocal cuts to ethereal chords and melodies, these sounds can’t be found anywhere else. Go to the Pack


2. KRNE Samples Vol. 2 (Splice)

Building off of his hugely successful first pack, KRNE is back with another monster library of Future Bass tools. This handpicked collection features sounds taken directly from his most popular tracks as well as some unreleased projects. Dazzling synths, punchy percussion and bold FX are just a taste of KRNE’s evolving sonic palette. Go to the Pack


3. Splice Sounds – NEON FSTVL (Splice)

Kick off the festival season with this massive EDM pack directly from our Splice Sounds production team. This comprehensive offering of over 300 loops and one-shots is perfect for crafting epic dance anthems that will fit right in on the main stage and in the club. Every element has been accounted for, from complex layered drums and uplifting harmonies to signature dance FX and punchy synth shots. Go to the Pack


4. Mr. Bill – Environmental Percussion (Splice)

Australian producer Mr. Bill hits the mark with “Environmental Percussion,” a one-of-a-kind collection of organic hits and atmospheric effects. Carefully selected from his enormous library of personal recordings, this exclusive pack challenges you to rethink your approach to sampling. Genre isn’t what makes this one popular – it’s about branching out and using unexpected sounds to give your music a natural touch. Go to the Pack


5. Vocal Atmospheres by Cory Friesenhan (Black Octopus)

Last month’s most downloaded vocal samples come from the mind of talented singer and songwriter Cory Friesenhan. With multiple releases on Black Octopus Sound, Cory has shown an incredible knack for matching his voice to a diverse range of musical styles. Vocal textures and tones can find use in most projects, while the included loops can be stretched to fit anywhere between 128 and 140 BPM. With nearly two hours of royalty-free content within, “Vocal Atmospheres” is one of the most versatile packs out there. Go to the Pack


6. Jordy Dazz – The Sylenth1 Collection (Splice)

After releasing his first sample pack last year, Jordy Dazz is back with a selection of 80 original presets for Sylenth1. Expect to find a whole range of pads, leads, bass, and FX created from the ground up and featured on some of his own electro and progressive tracks. In the words of Jordy, this is as much a learning tool as it is an inspirational one: “I hope those ones will inspire you and that they will show the less experienced producers some info about how sounds are programmed and modded with Sylenth.” Go to the Pack

These are just six of the 2,000+ packs available on Splice Sounds. You can browse, curate, and download more than 800,000 samples and presets for popular software synths. Sign up for a 14-day free trial and start exploring Sounds today!

April 6, 2016

Matteo Malinverno Matteo Malinverno is a New York-based music producer currently working on the Content team at Splice.