382 Free Trance Essentials Samples By SampleRadar

382 Free Trance Essentials Samples.

382 Free Trance Essentials Samples.

SampleRadar has released a set of 382 free trance essentials samples, previously featured on Computer Music magazine’s cover DVD.

Armin van Buuren may have just been dethroned by David Guetta as the best DJ in the world in DJ mag’s 2011 poll, but trance remains one of the biggest deals in dance music, and SampleRadar is doffing its cap to it for a second time this week. Whether you’re just starting your trance-making career or are an experienced producer looking for inspiration, there’s something here for you.

The samples are split into six folders: basslines, beats, SH-101 loops, synth loops, TB-303 loops and trance FX. All the samples are supplied as 24-bit WAV files so can be imported directly into your DAW or sampler of choice. Because they’re royalty-free, you’re welcome to use the samples in your music in any way you like – all we ask is that you don’t re-distribute them. The trance essentials samples are supplied in a zip file, so you’ll need to extract them before you can see them. Enjoy!

382 Free Trance Essentials Samples are available for free download via SampleRadar.


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  1. Thanks for the link !

    BTW, i wonder how many weak samples are in this pack…
    Listen to the “beat” example : you really think ppl will move on this ?
    It sound weaker than 90’s goa trance.

    I wonder if producers release such weak base samples (kick/beat and bass are the key) and keep the best for them ;)

    Wave alchemy is better for beginners :

    And there are some sample packs with payware banks too ;)

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      hey gLOW-x, thanks for the comment! to be honest, i’m not a big fan of using loops at all. from SampleRadar pack, i usually keep the one-shots like the FX sample in the link above. if i ever use finish loops, then i mangle them completely to get a different sound.

      and i agree, Wave Alchemy samples are superb. :]

      • By layering some SampleRadar loops and improving or mangling them with some FX it’s absolutely possible to make a good song with it. Some packs are better (for example the House-samples), some are crap (like the over-distorted Industrial pack). But do not look a gift-horse in the mouth (if your hard disk is big enough).

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