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We've partnered with the legendary OG of iOS music production himself, Doug from The Sound Test Room to compose a unique and diverse collection of premium synth and instrument samples.
We know everyone can't afford expensive hardware or high end virtual instruments so we wanted to create a pack with samples that contain authentic sounds and effects from highly sought after synthesizers and instruments.
Explore a huge variety of over 800mb of hand crafted sounds created from legendary hardware and software organized into 6 different categories including synths, instruments, drums, textures, pads, and fx. These categories contain everything you need such as soundscapes, keys, pads, plucks, bells, leads and much more.
Plus each sample is tuned to C which makes using them in your favorite sampler or synth a breeze.
- 418 100% Royalty Free One-Shots
- 830mb of High Quality 44khz 24bit Audio
- All samples tuned to C
- 166 Synth Samples
- 116 Instrument Samples
- 80 Drum Samples
- 21 Texture Samples
- 20 Pad Samples
- 15 FX Samples
In this video we’ll be demonstrating a few tips and techniques for using one shot samples inside of Cubasis 3.
In this video we’ll be showing you how to copy your audio files from your external hard drive or wireless network onto your iOS device.
In this video we’ll be showing you how to chop up drums samples and melody samples using a few different AUv3 apps inside of Cubasis 3.
In this video we’ll be showing you a few different ways to customize your samples to make them more unique and fit within the context of your song.
In this video we show you how to process premade melody loops and drum loops to make them sound different and unique to you.
In this video we walk you through the built in sampler inside Cubasis 3 and show you how to create your own custom instruments.
In this video we’ll be showing you a few different apps that can help you detect the key or root note of any sample, loop or song on your iPad.
In this video we give you our top 5 picks for the best sampler apps that use the AUv3 standard so you can use them inside any iOS DAW.