Splice teams up with Spinnin' to present exclusive sample pack: Spinnin' Sounds
Splice teams up with Spinnin' to present exclusive sample pack
Get ready for Spinnin' Sounds, Today, music creation platform Splice has announced a first-of-its-kind partnership with Spinnin’ Records to launch a new sample label exclusive to Splice Sounds, called Spinnin' Sounds. Over the course of 18 months, Spinnin' will release sample packs with major artists as well as genre packs curated by Spinnin's A&R team.
This unique partnership between Splice and Spinnin’ Records is the first time a major label has launched a sample business, opening up new revenue opportunities for a label with access to artists, high-quality content, and a producer userbase.
The first sound pack being released today is indicative of Spinnin's most popular genre: Big Room. Recognized by its heavy kick drums, supersaw synths, and melodic drops, the sample pack is filled with drums and samples which are widely used within the Big Room genre. The pack also includes various FX, multiple presets for Serum, MIDI files, melody loops, and synth shots.
The pack will be accompanied by a tutorial video created by Spinnin’ Records which is going to tell you exactly what can be found in the sample pack and gives tips and tricks on how to make your production sound great!
Splice Sounds is an ever-growing browsable library of millions of royalty-free samples, loops, and presets. Splice Sounds exists not only to fuel the creativity of the producers, songwriters, and other musicians who come to Splice to find the sound they need, but it also serves the creators (and now labels) who release their sounds on Splice by offering new revenue streams and business opportunities. Artists who distribute their sounds on Splice have earned over $20 million since the service launched in 2015.
Sounds from the Splice marketplace can be heard in songs from legacy acts like Eminem and Lil Wayne, to the songs of breakout stars such as Gunna and Lil Baby. They’ve been used in Top 40 bangers like 'The Middle', and Grammy-award winning tracks like Drake’s 'Mob Ties'. They’re even used beyond traditional music, expanding into video game and movie scores.