Dubstep music producer and sound designer Ghosthack has announced the release of Free Summer Sample Pack Bundle, a free collection of 500 premium quality audio samples and loops.
Free Summer Sample Pack Bundle is a compilation of the best free audio samples and loops the previously available for download on Ghosthack’s website. Its contents can still be found in scattered across different sample packs on Ghosthack.de, but this new release is a more convenient way to get all the sounds in a single, neatly bundled package.
The pack contains 500 audio samples in loops in total, all of which are provided in full 24-bit quality. The featured sample packs are listed below:
- 78 Female Vocal Samples
- 60 Basslines
- 20 808 Basses
- 20 Clicks and Cuts
- 15 Cymbal FX
- 22 Hi-Hats
- 20 Spacy Pads
- 13 Vinyl Crackles
- Ghosthack’s Neurostep (80 Samples)
- Ghosthack’s Free Neurofunk Pack (70 Samples)
- Ghosthack’s Dubstep & Trap Pack 7 (60 Samples)
Although there’s definitely some sonic variety in this pack, the sounds are mostly geared towards electronic music production. That said, the pack contains a large selection of sample content, ranging from electronic drum loops, drum one shots, and classic 808 sounds, to less ordinary stuff like vinyl noise samples, reece bass sounds, and even some female vocals. The included drum hits are nicely processed, with just enough reverb and compression applied to sound natural and punchy without going overboard. The same can be said about the included drum loops which are well programmed and mixed.
Further details and audio demos are available on the product page linked below. Please note that a valid email address is required to download your free copy of the bundle. The download link will be instantly delivered to your inbox.
Free Summer Sample Pack Bundle is available for free download via Ghosthack’s website (578 MB download size, ZIP archive, contains 500 audio samples in 24-bit WAV format).
Snares kicks – some nice. Hats have tons of reverb on them. Which makes useless for me. No need someone’s else reverb.
I don’t always mind printed reverb on samples. Sometimes, a snare sample with some nice reverb can speed up the workflow. But yeah, definitely not necessary on hats.
I think the sounds are very cool and useful for a current project I’m producing.
Thanks so much for the share.