NI’s new service lets you subscribe for samples, loops, and sound packs

Starting out with music production can be hard, especially when all the sounds you need are exorbitantly priced. Well not any more.

Native Instruments have released a new service for producers, DJs and musicians offering a monthly package of high quality resources from top players. The service, simply called Sounds.com, offers up a massive library of sounds, samples, and loops of all genres for you to choose from.

Unlike existing sample subscription service Splice Sounds, which gives you credits each month to spend towards packs and sounds of your choice, Sounds.com offers everything up for you to use whilst you’re a member. So as long as you’re subscribed to Sounds.com you have access to everything in their library, including their daily new additions.

All samples and loops are royalty-free and professional quality, sourced from more than 200 of the top creators including The Loop Loft, MVP Loops, Symphonic Distribution, and of course Native Instruments. Their already expansive library grows constantly with new packs and samples added every day so no matter what you’re creating, mixing, producing, experimenting with, they have the sounds for you.

So you have unlimited access to everything in their library, they can’t have much then can they? Oh yes they can, and do. Looking for some percussion? Choose from over 20,000 kicks, or select a hi-hat out of 100 hours worth of loops. Their immense choice can seem overwhelming but with their smart search function you can sort by genres, BPM, key, and more to find the exact thing you want.

Listen to everything for free, save favorites in your personal library, then download sounds as and when you need them. Infinite possibilities, all quickly accessible and ready-to-use, so you can keep focused on what matters: getting creative.

You can try Sounds.com for free (forever) and gain access to selected free sounds or subscribe for $9.99 a month and gain access to everything. Sounds.com is only available for users in the US currently.

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