Native Instruments are offering free sounds from sound of the industry’s best creators

Sound packs feature Sia, Just Blaze, Kimbra, Georgia Anne Muldrow, and many more in a bid to share creativity and raise money for COVID-19

Native Instruments have launched their ‘Community Drive’, a campaign bringing sounds from huge creators to you in a bid to raise money for good causes. All the sounds in the impressive pack are free but they’re encouraging the people who are able to, to give a donation to specified music charities.

14 artists have come together to contribute sounds to the pack from some of the world’s most notorious producers, to huge pop stars, and more. It’s an incredible range of quality sounds that is definitely worth downloading when it’s completely free.

Of course, if you’re able to spare some money to charity for the privilege then do. Native Instruments have got things started with a massive $100,000 donation to their causes.

All funds raised will be split between the following organisations helping to support the music community at this time: Grammy MusiCares FundBlack Trans Femmes in the ArtsMusicians Without BordersKeychangeKuumba in Motion Expressing TransformationIn Place Of WarHeart N Soul.

Check out and download the pack for yourself here and see all the artists involved.

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