Get The Diginoiz Sample Pack Bundle Worth Over $100 For FREE


Plugin Boutique offers the Diginoiz sample pack bundle worth over $100 for free for a limited time.

The Diginoiz bundle comprises five sample packs with a combined value of €115 (if purchased individually).

The sample packs include Serum Kings, Producersdiary 2 – Divine Sounds, Cloud Pads, Trap Chiefs, and Orchestral One Shots 4.

Serum Kings needs very little explanation; it’s a collection of 80 custom-made presets for Xfer Records Serum. Serum is, of course, a viral VST synth used in all kinds of electronic music.

Divine Sounds is an artist pack by the producer Teka, who also happens to be the owner of Diginoiz. This pack is ideal for a modern commercial sound that has been ever-present on the radio and in slick TV placements for a few years while showing no sign of slowing down.

Think artists like Post Malone or The Weeknd, a modern blend of electronic and R&B melodic enough to be mainstream and dark enough to avoid being labelled as cheesy (mostly).

Cloud Pads offers 50-pad-style synth sounds ready to be dropped into any urban music, particularly Future Hip Hop. The featured samples come in 16/24-bit WAV and 24-bit AIFF formats, making them suitable for any scenario, from your DAW to hardware samplers.

Trap Chiefs is an all-in-one Trap toolkit featuring four construction kits, 52 loops, 50 drum one-shots, and five sub-bass kick multi-samples.

Diginoiz created the Trap Chiefs pack entirely on analogue gear, and if you want to be/produce the next Trap superstar, everything you need is in this pack, besides a silly name.

Disclaimer: I like Trap, and I don’t think every Trap artist has a silly name, only some of them. My comment is a joke and in no way intended to offend Trap artists with serious names, like Waka Flocka Flame.

Orchestral One Shots 4 is right up my street. It’s a collection of 268 orchestral one-shots, including basses, violins, violas, clarinets, flutes, and more.

The best thing about orchestral packs like this one is that you don’t have to be crazy about orchestral music; you can use them in almost any genre.

I know that there are lots of great orchestral libraries, like Staccato Strings from Heavyocity’s free Foundations series. Still, sometimes a good sample is the most realistic alternative to having a player in the room.

It depends on the context, but I’d suggest downloading some of the best free libraries and samples because unrealistic orchestral sounds are so bad!

Don’t forget you can grab iZotope’s Ozone 11 Elements for free with any purchase at Plugin Boutique, too. The Diginoiz bundle doesn’t qualify, as it’s free, but it’s a good time to grab another cheap pack, and walk away with a pretty decent scoop!

Check out the deal: Diginoiz (FREE – $115 value)

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