Free Samples – Samplestar

Attack has teamed up with some of the world’s best sound design companies and sample vendors to offer a series of free sample packs. The latest of our exclusive collections comes courtesy of Samplestar.

Colin Flynn’s Samplestar imprint is widely regarded as one of the most consistent purveyors of cutting-edge main room house and electro samples, with each release prized for the scores of infectious melodic hooks which many sample providers struggle to create.

This exclusive bundle brings together over 280MB of loops and hits from four of their best-selling releases, from the deeper vibes of the classic Deep Tech Sessions, which takes influences from Steve Bug and Anja Schneider, to the peak time workouts of Progressive Elektro, inspired by the main room exploits of Nicky Romero and Laidback Luke.

Designed for the dancefloor and produced utilising state-of-the-art analogue studio equipment, it’s an essential introduction to one of the most innovative sample companies around.

You must be logged in to your free Attack account to download the samples.

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To download the sample pack, click here.

Update 21/9/12: these samples are no longer available for download. To ensure you find out first about all our free sample packs in the future, be sure to sign up for our newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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  • Date: 25th July 2012
  • 303_909 Wrote:

    Wow. Didn’t know about this company. some freakin good sounds in here. THANKS ATTACK!

  • 8719 Wrote:

    hei boy… help me to mix my kicks men

  • fernando Wrote:

    this is 100% royalty free i can use this samples on my productions ?

  • Sohan Wrote:

    im very very sure these are all royalty free, just my thought!

  • VOCAL Wrote:

    nice

  • Andile Martin Wrote:

    Guys ,I’m new here please help me with the software to use ,what software are you using for your production and the samples you recommending so

  • David Felton Wrote:

    @Andile –

    We use a variety of software in the office. You’ll find reviews around the site for the most popular. We would suggest trying demo versions of software to find one that works for you. As far as recommending samples goes; again, do check out the reviews, and also feel free to download the freebies over on the News page to get a feel for the companies out there that we like and respect.

    Have fun,

    Dave@Attack