Slate Digital Offers Free Sample Packs

US Every sample pack they make is now 100% free to download until Jan 1      10/11/21

Slate Digital Offers Free Sample Packs


Slate Digital has announced that every sample pack they make is now 100% free to download until Jan 1--including 4 brand-new packs covering modern R&B, Pop, Ambient Electronic, and modern Guitar. All royalty-free, all ready to drop into your tracks today. This is what they have to say about them...

These Sample Packs will inspire your next track by putting the world's best musicians at your fingertips. Get thousands of grooves, hits, one-shots, vocal chops, melodies, guitars, keyboards, drums & more to accelerate your creative process

We work with the best musicians in the industry--top session players, powerhouse vocalists, and international sensations. We record them in an environment designed to bring out their best performances, then our legendary producers get to work

We slice, dice, process, and extract these tracks until they're the kind of samples we get excited about using in our own productions.

All 100% Royalty-free, and all free to download until Jan 1
 

Pricing and Availability:
Free download.

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