50 Free Royalty-free .wav Samples
"Foundations Vol. 1 - Music Production Samples" is a
free collection of high quality .wav music production samples for
you to download. All of these sounds are royalty-free for you to
use in any of your multimedia creations. The only restriction on
them is that you may not redistribute these samples "as a sample
collection, or as individual samples". Please view our Terms
of Use for more information.
(To download sample, right click the link, and 'save
Not enough samples? Here is another 10 free Kick
Drum Samples for you to download
These sounds are great for adding sound effects to your web page,
movie sounds or for sequencing into your own musical projects.
Samples have become important in the musical world today and so
have the legal issues regarding the use of these samples. We are
music loops and samples, Just beware when using samples in the creation
of your music, you don't want to have to sacrifice a hit song due
to an uncleared sample, or have to pay an arm and a leg to use them.
So take are free samples as a building block and remember to check
the license agreement of any samples you plan to use.
Be sure to visit
our resource page that
includes copyright information, music promotion sites and more.
- How to Mix Down a Song
Creating the initial tracks, mixing down the song, and then mastering
your musical projects. This article goes in depth on mixing levels and
techniques to improve your songs.
- Creating a Demo Tape
Every record label has its own guidelines for submitting demos. This
is a general guide for some of the production standards when creating
your demo tape.
How to Set Up and Record
This article explains how to set up and record vocals. The equipment
that you need to get started and some recording techniques.
The Flanger Effect
There are countless effects out on the market that help mold, shape,
and totally distort your sound. But today I'm going to tell you a little
bit about, one of the more popular, and commonly used effects, the flanger
- Reverb Tutorial
What reverb is, and tips when applying reverb to a track