Loopmasters releases Movie Dialogue Vol. 4, early film dialogue samples

Loopmasters Movie Dialogue Vol. 4

Loopmasters has released Movie Dialogue Vol. 4, a sample pack featuring samples of early film dialogue.

Movie Dialogue 4 is an inspirational set of 759 separate Wav samples taken from original early Film Dialogue, all licensed for use under the new Creative Commons license agreement.

The vocal samples have been taken from old movies and public information films and are categorised in folders with names such as “Boy Meets Dog”, “Chimps in Space”, “Eissenhower”, “NASA” and “Words to the Wise”, “Perversion for Profit” and “Kennedy Nixon”. These samples are all 100% Authentic which means that whilst they have all been re-mastered, de-noised and de-clicked, they still retain artifacts from the original recordings, which we feel gives them a much more authentic sound!

If you need some inspiring vocal samples for your music, then Movie Dialogue includes a truly original set of some interesting and authentic dialogue from one of the most creative periods of TV and broadcast history. Suitable for House, Techno, Ambient, Lounge, Breakbeat, Trip Hop, Drum and Bass and all forms of modern musical experimentation. Sample Movie Dialogue today!

Movie Dialogue Vol. 4 features

  • 759 Movie Dialogue Samples in 11 categories.
  • 15 patches in Halion, Kontakt, EXS24, NNXT and SFZ formats for easy auditioning.
  • Over 250 MB content, 44.1Khz 16bit Wav format.
  • All material contained within this release is royalty free to use in your music.

Movie Dialogue Vol. 4 is available to purchase for £14.95 GBP.

More information: Loopmasters / Movie Dialogue Vol. 4

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What on earth do they mean with “Creative Commons license agreement”? They link to http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/ . Does this mean that, once bought, I can share this sample pack with the world? It doesn’t make any sense.

If they mean that the things they sampled were in the public domain, why should I care? If I buy something from loopmasters, I am confident that they cleared their rights, whether that is by buying a license from somebody else, creating new samples, or using Public Domain stuff.

Can anyone make sense of this?


I’m not sure why they would include Creative Commons at all, as public domain really has nothing to do with it, other than the CC people making fancy logos for it (AFAIK). Marketing people not getting it, maybe?

Anyway, thanks for replying. :)