Free Dance FX And Chill Samples By Loopmasters

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Free Dance FX And Chill Samples By Loopmasters

Here’s a total of 20 free loops & samples by Loopmasters. You’ll find dance fx samples such as rises, crashes, bleeps, stabs, etc and chill-out style loops.

Designer Dance FX

Designer Dance FX – this fully formed collection of elegant sounds has been created for Producers looking for the Perfect Impacts, Bleeps, Rises, Drones, Echoes, Gated Sonics, Transitional Tones and Uplifters; which together creates what we think will soon be considered the “Ultimate Dance FX Collection”for all modern music genres.

Download 10 Free Designer Dance FX Samples

Atalanta Chill

Atalanta Chill features Lush Live Bass Grooves, Delayed Synths, Mellow Breaks and Beats, Acoustic Guitars, Pads, Pianos, Wurlitzers, Atmospheric Guitars, Spacey Pads, Sweet Riffs and Uplifting Strings – this is a consummate collection of subtle lounged out decadence which could work well in music from Deep House, Dub, Drum and Bass, Leftfield styles and Dubstep along with being perfectly suited for Cinematic styles.

Download 10 Free Atalanta Chill Samples

That’s it for now. Remember to check out the previous Loopmasters samples as well!

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14 Comments on "Free Dance FX And Chill Samples By Loopmasters"

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Max Golovanov

Many THX for the direct download link, Petri!

I really appreciate what you’re doing for all of us & totally for FREE!

BTW, I’ve gotten a question for you regarding samples – sometimes it happens that I can’t get together right sounds for my drum beats even with a huge collection of samples ‘in my pocket’.

I’m trying to solve this problem by loading ‘Fruity DrumSynth Live’ or ‘Drumaxx’ & starting to program my own beats. Question – have you ever tried to make beats in this way? Is this way right?

THX in advance for reply!

Petri Suhonen

Np, Max, thanks for ur comment!

To your question: yep, I’m sometimes using Drumaxx to build the beats. I also use lot of single hit samples and Step Sequencer to make the grooves.

Have you tried to use Slicex or Fruity Slicer to slice a drumloop and re-arrange it? That’s a quick way for your own beats as well.

jensy

You are amazing man , i really dont have words to congrat you , you help me a lot to improve my music production ….thnx!

Petri Suhonen

Thank you, Jensy!

Ggoos

Hi Petri
Thanks for all the trips and tricks, they have been really helpfull
Good and clear information to get started with producing at home!
Cheers

Petri Suhonen

You’re welcome! Keep on producin’ 8)

oscar

iwsh ican learn more to the first in my community in south africa

Andyk

Hi Petri,

I came across your site a few weeks ago and i have used your tutorials so i thought you deserve a big thanks! they are clear, intuitive and easy to follow. ill now be trying out the mixing one over this weekend.
Keep it up please (when you can of course!)

Andyk

joe

Thankssss ,, :’)

covert gryn

men am new to dis website but i must say ur work is a blessing men……….L.O.L

Dan

Great stuff! I have a question though: do you pick these Loopmasters sounds from free sample packs? Or do you buy the entire soundset and just share a few on this site?

Joey

Hello my name is joey. while being majorly influence by major edm artists like kaskade hardwell and tiesto i struggle to structure my music. in other words… im not 100 percent sure when the melody and chord progression is suppose to change. when certain things come in affect but i find my self capable of making memorable chord progressions and melody’s. i just lack putting it together. any help would truly be appreciated and would love to share my work once i stop being a noob. thank you

Petri Suhonen

Hey Joey,

I don’t know if this is any help, but when I started making music, I used to “copy” the structure of my favourite song. I actually made a tutorial about it. Check it here: http://howtomakeelectronicmusic.com/learn-song-structure-from-your-favourite-song

Bozhidar Hristov

thank you so much for the great work 🙂

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