100 Free Synths Loops is our second release in the series of professional sample packs covering a wide range of genres. This time, the loops are tailored for a variety of styles, including electronica, minimal, deep tech, techno, future pop and cinematic.
Inside you will find 100 tempo & key-labeled loops in high-quality 24-bit WAV format. Some of them can be used with success as the main hook, others to add some texture and movement, weight, as well as for drops, accents or rhythmic background. We can not say with certainty that these samples are for a particular musical genre, it remains at your discretion to decide how and where you use them. Also, if you create something cool with the loops, let us know in the comment field below.
Again, the man behind the sounds is Adam Pietruszko, a well-known sound designer and audio engineering/synthesis teacher from Poland (you can find out more about him at www.knobz.net). He is the author of many soundware products ranging from synthesizer presets and sample packs, to virtual instruments and FX plugin design, as well as tutorials and other educational content. Even though he specializes in cinematic and avant-garde sound, his expertise covers a variety of genres including electronica, synthwave, techno, EDM, and many others. He teaches at the Academy of Audio Engineering and Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology in Warsaw, Poland.
100 Free Synths Loops content:
- 20 Arps
- 20 Chords
- 20 Basses
- 20 Leads
- 20 Plucks
- 100 loops in total – 48 kHz, 24-bit WAV
- tempos: 100 and 120 BPM
- all files noted with tempo and key info
The sounds were created with a variety of synths: 2getheraudio G8TOR and RE4ORM, Xfer Serum, LennarDigital Sylenth1 and Apple Sculpture. Processing via 2getheraudio REFORM FX, ST3REO and others. Recorded and edited in Apple Logic.
We selected 20 loops for you to preview:
All samples are 100% royalty free, meaning you can freely use them in commercial productions such as film soundtrack, game design, music tracks, audio background etc. You may not redistribute the samples either individually, packaged in the current form or in compilations, under a different name or image.
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