Splice has released some new sample packs with drum samples, melodies, vocals, MIDI files, and more.
Robotaki 01: The Lost Tapes — Preston Chin (Robotaki)’s remixes are a fresh take on funk, electronic, and disco.
Remixes of Porter Robinson and Madeon’s “Shelter” and Kaskade’s “Whatever” and releases on labels like Monstercat, Majestic Casual, and Next Wave Records make Robotaki a recognized remix master. The Chainsmokers called his remix of their single “Closer” their “favorite interpretation” of the song.
In his first Splice pack, Lost Tapes, Robotaki shares thoughtfully crafted, layered loops—funk sequences, pared down patterns, intergalactic inspiration, beachy guitar and bass riffs, and trippy sound textures.
The pack includes tons of tonal moments: ambient loops, bass and synth one shots, guitar fx, and an impressive mix of drum sounds. From minimal moments to dynamic soundscapes, unearth the sounds of Robotaki’s Lost Tapes.
Cappa Vocal Sample Pack — Nashville-based indie/electro pop artist Carla Cappa (CAPPA)’s pop melodies, emotionally rich lyrics, and smooth, sultry vocals define the artist’s hypnotic pop style.
CAPPA’s vibey “No Scrubs” cover sparked significant media coverage; originals like “Other Girls” helped solidify her “smart pop” sound. Reminiscent of pop-adjacent artists like CHVRCHES, Halsey, and Taylor Swift, CAPPA’s elevated lyrics and vocal power put her on par with the queens of pop.
In Vocal Vibes, Cappa’s first Splice pack, the artist shares an array of visceral vocal samples.
Alluring, airy ad libs, effected chants and chops, hooks and phrases, energetic one shots, long acapellas, a massive number of vocal based melodies and chords—wet and dry—come together to create a voluminous vocal collection to choose from.
Mija Sample Pack 1: Garbage — Catapulting from the promoter who booked young Skrillex to DJ stardom after sharing the stage with him at Bonnaroo, Amber Giles (Mija) established herself as an EDM icon.
At the age of twenty-seven the artist has lived many musical lives: she’s played the world’s biggest festivals, released on labels like OWSLA and Fools Good, and spent the last year unleashing songwriting and vocal talents in a new alt-pop sound.
Her first solo Splice pack offers tons of textural and tonal elements—experimental sounds that define her DJing, producing, and emerging style.
Featuring atmospheric and spooky synth loops, gentle drones, open pads, riffs, rhodes chords, own-able one shots, drums, and bass, from ambient to instrumental moments, Mija’s sounds set many moods.
Alex Hope Sample Pack Vol. 1 — Alex Hope is a producer pioneer in pop music. From Australia to L.A., the 24 year-old writes and producers with the likes of Tove Lo, Troye Sivan, Broods, and Jack Antonoff.
Nominated for Producer of the Year and Engineer of the Year at the ARIA Awards; named Breakthrough Songwriter of the year at the APRA Awards; and part of Spotify’s 2017 “Secret Genius” campaign, Hope has established herself as a global pop visionary.
She brings mastered MIDI files and samples to her first Splice pack.
With voracious vox, the kind of synth loops pop hits are made of, melodic variety (recorder, piano, and acoustic plucks) moving chords, hypnotic fx, and tons of drums, this pop-influenced pack will give anyone Hope.
Splice subscribers can now download these sample packs and individual sounds.
New users can get 1 month free access to Splice by using promo code YT2021 when signing up for a plan.
More information: Splice Sounds