10 New Free Beats Produced By Me For You


10 New Free Beats Made By Me For You

In these past couple of days I’ve been busy in my studio creating beats and as a result I came up with a 10 different beats which I’m going to share with all of you for free.

There’s total of 10 drum loops in this pack and they’re on hip hop, downtempo, house, techno and trance genre. All are a produced by me (with FL Studio of course).

These are completely roaylty free and you can use them in your own musical productions however you like. They are in 24-bit 44kHz WAV format.

I would’ve shared the .flp project files as well, but I’m using drum hit samples from commercial sample libraries so I’m not able to share them and moreover, I’m using some commercial VST plugins as well, so you wouldn’t been able to open the project files properly.

Anyway, enjoy the beats!

Here’s a preview:

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UPDATE: Sorry, I took off the download link as the samples needs to be cleared first.


About Author

Petri Suhonen is an electronic music hobbyist. He has been producing music with computers over a decade on such styles as trance, downtempo, ambient & experimental electronic using FL Studio.


  1. Cool Cool!!!
    I’ll have to download these and see what I can come up with 😀

    I finished up that electro house beat, but wasn’t satisfied so I’m going to go back through it at some point and spice it up.

    I have a few little questions for you as well 🙂 ….(sorry I ask so many questions!) :S

    First of all, I can make a decent house beat and variate the beat and make it sound ok, but I have trouble trying to mix in a synth, lead, or whatever you want to call it….Could you maybe give a few pointers maybe even in some text? Although I know you said house music isn’t your favorite 🙂

    Second, how long does it take you to make a “decent” song? Or atleast untill you are satisfied?

    Thanks and keep up the great work you do!

    • Cool 🙂

      About mixing: sure, I can try to give some tips. Although I gotta say that the mixing depends a lot on the sounds that are used, but there’s always some general guidelines that may come helpful. But keep an eye on this site for the upcoming tutorials on this subject.

      Answer to your second question: It’s hard to give an exact amount of hours, but I would say roughly a week if I work intensely, but may take longer. I have to say that the “week” isn’t 8 hours / day making the song – it’s like few hours at day 1, maybe hour or two at day 2, day off at day 3… etc. Lot of time goes to just by listening it in car and through mp3 player just to get the big picture and more ideas and what to tweak etc.

      But of course, there’s songs in my arsenal that I have made only in a few days.

      And I have tons of unfinished songs in my harddisk that have been laying there for sevearl years waiting for that big inspiration.


      • Thanks man!
        Just saw you posted guide line on mixing so I’m about to check that out 😀

        And yeah that’s kind of what I figured. I’m still really slow, but I think my biggest problem is that I’m not really taking breaks…So I end up changing a bunch of stuff then listen to it later on, and well it doesn’t sound good at all lol.

        Thanks for the help 🙂

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