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Week 41: Friday Night Soundpack

This is the final installment of “The Vault Series” which was 5 soundpacks I made back in November of 2015 but finally just got around to posting. Hence the title, this has a late “Friday Night” drive home vibe to it. Various chopped vocals accompanied by warm pad sounds and finished off with a few synth samples to round out the ambiance. While it does have the chill side to it, we made sure to add in some drums, rises and of course an ATHF sample to mix things up if you’d like to pick up the tempo. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 40: Bandwagon Soundpack

Another fun pack of bleeps, bloops, bass and street fighter samples! This was originally comprised of some route samples from a Bandwagon remix kit. While its derived from that kit, it does have its own spin on things so it is not a remix or rendition soundpack, just simply artist influenced. We tried something a little differently for the visuals this week. Hope you enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 39: Uninvited Soundpack

This may be my favorite work yet! All I can say is, this is straight dubstep goodness. Filled with bass wobbles, catchy melodic synths and drums that pack a punch. There’s 2 banks (32 pads with multiple samples) and of course a nice clip from the show Archer to round it out. Grab a midi controller and enjoy crashing this party!
— Kyle

Week 38: Total Rickall Soundpack

After much exploration of the far galaxies, we’ve settled on these sounds and samples for this week. Equipping your arsenal with powerful but twangy synth leads, a few dark but melodic plucks, and some famous Rick Sanchez (Rick & Morty) catch phrases to top it off.

It may be laid out in 16 simple pads, but not to worry! This has many hidden sounds within each pad, creating vast playability. Enjoy some intergalactic sabotage with this one. Wubba-Lubba-Dub-Dub!
— Kyle

Week 37: Weird Message Soundpack

After a few months of silence we’re back with a new soundpack. This one is full of strings, bass, and of course a Bob’s Burgers sample. Its comprised of 2 banks (32 pads) filled with numerous variations to each pad. So search around and see what you can find. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 36.5: Time Will Tell Soundpack

Over a year ago I laid the ground work for this soundpack, it had all of the ingredients, but I could never nail down the final touches and be satisfied with it. So, I finally dusted it off and sent it over to Danny Telles. He quickly got to work, condensing the massive amount of samples into a consumable and cohesive final product. This collaboration brings you straight melody accompanied by plenty of bass and heavy hitting drums. It can be played various ways, but no matter what you hit, it seems to just sound so right together. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 36: F_Society Soundpack

Over the summer I started watching this amazing show “MR. ROBOT” and after 1 episode I was hooked. Hackers, psychological thriller, mind games, plot twists, I couldn’t ask for a better film like experience. Needless to say, I was in the midst of making an eerie sounding soundpack when it made perfect sense to include a couple choice samples from the show. With some strong synth leads, ambient pad sounds, hard hitting drums and warm bass I knew the last piece of the puzzle would be to top it off with a whole second bank worth of keyboard key clicks to embrace your inner hacker. So with that, enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 35: The Illusion Soundpack

This soundpack gets all sorts of trippy! Lets blur the lines of sight and sound and drift away. We have some spacey vocal stabs accompanied by a few clips from “Bob’s Burgers” & “A Beautiful Mind”. I think it even has a slight 90’s hip-hop influence at time. Enjoy the illusion!
— Kyle

Week 34.5: Paper Cha$e Soundpack

This week we have a special edition soundpack which is a collaboration between myself and Danny Telles. It is a 2 bank/32 pad soundpack. Full of glitchy bass sounds and fun vocal samples. Danny even shot this awesome example video to show you just how you can utilize all of its features. So sit back, grab a MIDI controller and chase that paper!
— Kyle

Week 34: The Radio Soundpack

This week we have another 16 pad/1 bank soundpack, but don’t be sad there is a ton of playability and variation within each of those 16 pads. Adding crunchy drums and wavy synth to the mix, I also topped it off with an Archer sample to round it out. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 33: Daft Robo Soundpack

Despite the title this actually has noting to do with Daft Punk other than using a few vocal samples that sound strangely familiar to that of “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”. Other than that we have some thick drums accompanied by a few stabby synth sounds. Keeping it at 16 pads again, with a hidden loop pad for more playability on bank 2. Have fun!
— Kyle

Week 32: I Hate Florida Soundpack

After a 2 month hiatus we’re back! This isn’t by any means the most intricate pack I’ve ever made, but it’s just plain old fun. You have 1 bank/16 pads layered with numerous samples, powerful synths (with some stutter variations) and a Bob’s Burgers sample to top it off! Sorry FL state natives, this is in no direct hit, just cleverly named after the audio clip I used. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 31: Hat The Cat Soundpack

As what normally happens, being a parent of a 1 year old, I tend to see a lot of children’s cartoons. This one “unnamed show” seemed to use a ton of interesting sound effects and noises throughout the show. So I quickly planned to sample one of the quotes for a past soundpack (Buckle Up), but when I began to sample the clip, I realized there were a ton of other great samples to be had here. So, I’ve compiled 2 banks of 32+ samples for you to jam on and use in your productions or DJ gigs. If you’re asking, no, it is not your average soundpack, it’s more of an FX pack, but you can indeed try to play it as a whole and see what you come up with. This video was a one-take, no practice run through. Hope you find some creative uses for these.
— Kyle

Week 30: Jam Packed Soundpack

This week instead of a soundpack I had decided that it would be more fun to throw some synths, a drum kit, and some pre-programmed modulation into a project file and just see what happened. Afterwards I decided to distill the whole thing (As best as I could) into a simple soundpack. Here you go!
— Alex

Week 29: Wake The Dead Soundpack (with "Mini Untz" DIY MIDI Controller)

**As seen in the DJ TechTools Newsletter

Let’s take a few bold samples from a TV show, mix them with synth that sounds like it was pulled from an 8-bit Nintendo Video game and add some filthy bass with mechanical drums to round it out and that gives you this soundpack! It sets a dark tone, while giving you that possible 80’s/Retro vibe.

While it appears to only be 16 pads, do not be deceived; many have multiple samples, variations, and even change or loop depending on how long you hold them for. So go grab a MIDI controller and get ready to kill some pixelated zombies with this bass!
— Kyle

Week 28: Ideal Idea Soundpack

Hey, it’s Alex! I’m finally back. Here’s a soundpack for you! It’s got bleeps and bloops, and pads, and arps. You can play it a ton of different ways! Have fun!
— Alex

Week 27: Buckle Up Soundpack

So, after 3 weeks of silence we have returned with a new soundpack! It’s not just 1, but 2 banks (32+ samples) to make up for the long wait. Its full of bass, powerful kicks, wood blocks, lasers, glitch vocals and a prominent sample from an unnamed children’s cartoon. And, as usual it is not just 32 samples for 32 pads, most have multiple samples, FX and ways to be played, looped or triggered. So sit down, buckle up, and enjoy the ride!
— Kyle

Week 26: Fairly Sampled Soundpack

I’m a huge Twenty One Pilots fan, and this week they put out a new song! As soon as it came out, I listened to it five times in a row, and then started chopping it up. While the soundpack started off as a remix, it eventually just turned into a normal soundpack. That being said, 11/16 samples were made from the song! Enjoy!
— Alex

Week 25: Indigo Prophecy Soundpack

I come bearing a gift of ambience this week! Some strings, synth, and pad samples accompanied by some trap drums and claps. You also can’t forget the vocal samples taken from the PlayStation 2 game “Indigo Prophecy” (as we call it in the US) or “Fahrenheit” (for the rest of the world), from Quantic Dream (the creators of “Heavy Rain” and “Beyond: Two Souls”). If you haven’t checked it out yet you definitely should (actually available on iOS now)! Enough of me pitching you on a video game from years ago, grab a Midi controller and get to work!
— Kyle

Week 24.5: Bass Sheep Soundpack

Start with some bass. Add crunchy kicks and claps. Throw in a sample I stole from Kyle’s “Open Wound” Soundpack, a random reversed vocal, and a bit of reverb and you’ve got this soundpack. Now hit buttons and enjoy!
— Alex

Week 24: Future Sterling Soundpack

This week we celebrate 6 months since we started releasing soundpacks! So to celebrate I have a really simple but fun pack made with some wobbles, 8-bit sounds, catchy synth and a sample from Archer and Futurama to make things interesting. Hope you enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 23.5: Banana Stand Soundpack

There’s always money in the banana stand. Enjoy!
— Alex

Week 23: Open Wound Soundpack

This week I have yet another artist inspired pack, it’s something I’ve had in the works for a while so I wanted to share. Ki: Theory or Joel Burleson is an amazing band/artist. I couldn’t help when he shared the stems for his song “Open Wound” to quickly turn it into a soundpack. While a remix would be a normal producer’s go to on this, I decided to not only utilize the stems but to make something everyone could enjoy and experience. Soundpacks are a great way to remix, reimagine, and just jam on some of your favorite songs, and make something completely new out of it. With this soundpack I utilized most of the stems but also added a few samples of my own and a good dose of FX for flavor. It is made up of 2 banks/32+ samples and a ton of variation. You have melodic piano, driving guitar and a few vocal stabs. On top of that, if I didn’t learn my lesson last week…I’m at it again using another one of ULT1MOD’s lightshows to showcase this week’s soundpack, my computer didn’t explode but it gave me hell. Hope you all enjoy and be sure to go check out Ki: Theory!
— Kyle

Week 22: Drowned in the Desert Soundpack

This is yet another artist inspired soundpack! I couldn’t help while listening through the new album from Los Angeles, California metalcore band Silent Planet that there is a consistent ambient but heavy presence throughout the entire album. After this I quickly got to work. I sampled and sliced every instance of 1 instrument or vocal that was singled out, added some drums, a Boondock Saints sample and 64+ samples (4 banks), and tons of FX later you have this full album mashup/ soundpack. I even tried it out on my new Christmas gift (Launchpad S) with an accompanied light show which was built by ULT1MOD. And while I had high hopes, you will see we had to edit the video cause my computer almost exploded in the process...that being said, enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 21.5: It's A Monday! Soundpack

It’s a Monday!!! Except it’s a Friday. Last week I sat down with my recently acquired copy of Audio Damage’s Basic and made a couple of really intense bass samples. Once I had those done, for some reason, my mind went to Olan Rogers, one of my favorite Youtubers. I quickly ran over to his channel, sampled my favorite video (http://youtu.be/cZO9tMetxno). In an hour or so the soundpack just fell together!
— Alex

Week 21: Give 'Em The Horns Soundpack

This week I tried to mix it up a little. While hip-hop isn’t my normal go to when making a soundpack, I found these horn samples and couldn’t resist. I sliced, looped, distorted and added a heavy level of delay effects to smooth things out, with of course a little bit of my own style. To top it off as I was making the video I wished I had a few more vocal samples for the intro...so I quickly made my own, talking, singing, screaming and pitch shifting that stuff to new lows. So with all of that said, get ready to bring the horns to your next jam session!
— Kyle

Week 20.5: Droplets Soundpack

This week I threw out the melody. I decided to crank up the delay and enjoy the sound of it all. About half of the samples are “organically” made from recordings of water flowing, noises I made with my mouth, or even a coin dropping. Have fun!
— Alex

Week 20: Mind Over Matter Soundpack

This week we step outside ourselves and our minds with some punchy synth melody, trembling bass, distorted drums and a clip from the movie A Beautiful Mind. We have to ask ourselves what is indeed real (or illusion), cause this soundpack is...or is it? Try to unearth all of the additional samples buried within this pack. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 19: Savor the Flavor Soundpack

This week I present you with a soundpack that provides soulful flutes, rumbling bass, bongos, hand played percussion and some really awesome vocal shots. It’s another 16 pad pack, but let me assure you there are many layers and samples to each pad. I really enjoy hiding these numerous samples within one bank as it allows you to vary the sound without having to break your rhythm or switch banks. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 18.5: Glitch Twitch Soundpack

This week’s soundpack was a happy accident. As I was working on some other soundpacks, I slowly started to change them, but kept some of the samples that I was using around in another drum rack. Slowly it turned into this pack! But even as that was nearing completion, I had a two versions of this soundpack. One with more raw sounding samples (as well as completely different samples) , and the other with a slightly more polished feel. Instead of just picking one, I decided that they could be played together. So, here’s two banks of glitch twitch fun!
— Alex

Week 18: SERIAL Soundpack

Over the holidays my wife, daughter and I took a nice 5 hour drive up to see my in-laws, about 2 hours into the trip with the baby sleeping in the back, we decided to help the time pass by checking out this new podcast called SERIAL, to say the least it’s addictive and you quickly want to uncover the mystery. Needless to say the score/music they use is amazing! So my soundpack brain quickly went to work and this is the result. Compiled of 4 banks, 64+ samples which range from moody piano, to creepy bass, and some airy acoustic guitar. It’s a slight departure from my normal, but I think it’s nice to step out of your niche genres every now and then. Hope you enjoy this one as much as I did!
— Kyle

Week 17.5: Aluminium Frost Soundpack

This week I started out with some tweaked samples from a pad synth and just kept going. This soundpack is probably on it’s 5th revision now, having changed completely from when I first started. I think every sample has changed, along with the tone. With that said, I’m super glad I kept working on it! It’s one of those soundpacks that I just really get into, and don’t want to stop playing. It’s just plain fun!
— Alex

Week 17: Darko Soundpack

In this soundpack I decided to keep it to one bank, but while one bank means 16 pads, it does not mean 16 samples! I’ve layered almost every pad with numerous variations and samples to add some sway and make your playing a little less robotic sounding. I incorporated some great melody loops to carry it through in song structure and a sound clip from Donnie Darko for some creepy effect. Try to see if you can uncover all the hidden sounds!
— Kyle

Week 16.5: Dew Drops Soundpack

This soundpack has a mix of happy sounding bells on one side, and then dirty synth sounds on the other. But, they work together! Add to that a mix of a couple of bass/kick combos, a riser with plenty of grain delay, and more. Enjoy this week’s soundpack!
— Alex

Week 16: Trappy New Year Soundpack

This week I bring you a collaboration soundpack I did with Apoth. It’s full of bass, synth, flutes, New Year’s Eve Samples and of course that Apoth percussion you’ve come to know and love. It’s a Trap feel to welcome you to 2015. So while the holidays/traveling prevented us from doing an elaborate split screen video from both myself and Apoth to coincide, we hope you appreciate the pack regardless. Trappy New Year everyone!
— Kyle

Week 15.5: Happy Robot Soundpack

Happy New Year! Here’s a soundpack. It’s got bass that’ll keep you moving. Laser sounds that’ll make you think you’re in Star Wars, a Skrillex show, or perhaps a dentist’s office. Playing this is guaranteed to make robots everywhere happy. What are you waiting for? Have at it!
— Alex

Week 15: Luna Stepmas Soundpack

While this soundpack isn’t Christmas themed, it was a planned release for last week, hence the name. There are 2 banks of 32 samples, as you will find they are all very interchangeable so try to utilize the vast playability! It’s full of some great bass wobbles, old movie samples, and rich synths. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 14.5: Crazy Exhale Soundpack

This week I started out with two separate ideas, and quickly combined them. I wanted to do something with a slight holiday note to it, but I also had a soundpack that I was working on with the ‘exhale’ sample at it’s core. So, like any good creative who can’t decide what they like best, I just put both out, and they work really well together. Fortunately for you, I combined/condensed them into a normal 16-sample pack. This is one of my favorites in a while! Enjoy, and Merry Christmas!
— Alex

Week 14: S4S Holiday Soundpack

This week in lieu of my normal Monday soundpack we have something very special to help you celebrate the Holiday season! We joined forces with the rest of the Soundpack 4 Soundpack crew (Desmodus, Apoth & Vide) to bring you a special four bank (64+ Samples) Holiday themed soundpack. It’s full of rich sound, funny quotes and amazing playability for instant fun! Celebrate the Holidays this year with your friends at Soundpack 4 Soundpack.

Happy Holidays!
— Kyle & The Soundpack 4 Soundpack Crew (Alex Medvick, Desmodus, Apoth and Vide)

Week 13.5: Attack of the Overdrive Soundpack

I had a ton of fun making this one. I started out just messing around in massive, then recorded a loop full of glitches, and changes. I took a few minutes to chop it up, and started picking out my favorite samples. Welcome to a world of hardcore electronic, glitchy, overdrive filled samples. Have fun!
— Alex

Week 13: Jawn Fire Soundpack 

This week we have a two bank soundpack, which is influenced by some of the Gent & Jawns stems I sliced accompanied by a few choice trap samples. As always it is slightly dashed with influence and tone, but make no mistake, this is not a remix or cover pack in any way. Have fun, twerk it out (haha), and make it drop!!
— Kyle

Week 12.5: FunkFormer Soundpack  

Built around a few of samples that sound like a transformer going nuts, this soundpack still has a funky groove. Hence: FunkFormer. Have fun with this soundpack, and If you want, envision a funky transformer dancing.
— Alex

Week 12: Penguin XCX Soundpack

This week’s soundpack is smaller than my usual with only one bank, but it’s indeed quality over quantity! It’s filled with solid drums, bass wobbles, powerful strings, some fun samples from Gotham (I know I’m a nerd) and borrowed two quick vocal shots from my friend Charli, ha. It’s a little different, but its honestly just downright fun to jam on. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 11.5: Pins & Bass Soundpack

This week I put together a sounpdack that makes you move. While you could sort of get away with just holding a button down for one bar, then moving to the next, and the next, then repeat, I don’t think that’s how you want to play this one. This is best played through constant motion, and by looking at each sample as a note (even though some are longer than a second), and not just a melody that you hold one button down to play.
— Alex

Week 11: Sempiternal Soundpack 

For this week’s soundpack I may have went a little overboard, but I’m glad I did. This pack is inspired by a band from the UK called Bring Me the Horizon and features 64 samples (4 banks) of ambient guitars, strings, glitch and heavy drums with a few vocals and synth stabs thrown in. Anyone can slice up a song and do a finger drumming cover or remix on a midi controller, and while that takes skill, I decided to go a different route a build a pack to create your own song using a few elements/stems from BMTH and other various samples. With this you are not set in the limitations of a song/band/genre, nor are you playing a remix kit. This is simply a soundpack set in the tone of an awesome sound. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 10.5: Space Jam Soundpack

For my soundpack this week I used a number of samples that NASA has been kind enough to release to the public. I took a beep from some sort of instrument (the scientific kind can apparently be used for music too!) that they use on the space station, and created a one button melody. I added in some hard synth samples, some things said by astronauts over the radio, jet sounds from takeoff, and a couple of open-space sounding samples that I made in Massive. This is my favorite so far (I say that every week) so I hope you enjoy! Have fun, and happy Thanksgiving!
— Alex

Week 10: Bounce House Soundpack

This soundpack consists of 2 banks layered with various synths, vocal slices, bass, and horns! It’s a really dynamic pack that can be played various ways. There are even a few pads that are layered with multiple samples, so bounce around and see what fun routine you can come up with.
— Kyle

Week 9:  MidiCore Soundpack

This week’s soundpack gives new meaning to the term “1-man-band”. While electronic dance music is fun, sometimes you just want to rock out. Growing up on hardcore/metal music and even being in a few (signed/touring) bands myself, I’ve always thought, “This would be great to put on a controller and do yourself!” So, I present to you: 2 banks (32 samples) of deep, punchy drums, distorted guitars, powerful strings and roaring screams (provided by yours truly). Hope you have as much fun with this as I did. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 8:  Tune Jumper Soundpack

Coming from the desk of Alex, I present to you an odd yet powerful soundpack. It has a different feel for each bank, yet it seems to work together very nicely. A mix of mellow chords (actually reverse uke samples!), bubble-ish samples, and some loud bass, gives this soundpack an odd vibe; but, I like it and hopefully you will too!
— Alex

Week 7:  Emerson Soundpack

Let me preface, this week’s soundpack is not for everyone, actually it wasn’t even made for you...let me explain. If you follow me on Instagram (@KyleMohr) you will quickly notice 2 things, that I have a mild obsession with Midi Fighters and that I have a 7 month old daughter, Emerson (Emmy). When we started the free weekly soundpack series I quickly came up with the idea to make one for Emerson by sampling the sounds of all her toys and even her talking, throwing the audio into Ableton, and chopping it up into a soundpack. This was so that her efforts to learn the Midi Fighter would be more engaging. So, I decided that for this week I would share Emerson’s soundpack with you, for those with kids, just young at heart, or looking to put something different into your productions. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 6:  Wombat Soundpack

This time for our weekly soundpack I used a randomizer on a couple of the drum pads to give the soundpack a constant motion. I also created a sound that we’ll call the whompblap, that’s the center of the sound pack. And, if you have a Midi Fighter 3D, there’s a couple of FX mapped to the CCs as a bonus. This is my favorite that I’ve made so far, so, have fun with it!
— Alex

Week 5:  Traptastic Soundpack

In week 5 of our Free Weekly Soundpacks, I sliced up a few loops and samples from various sources to create this 2 bank pack. It has a great amount of flexibility to be played various ways and even on multiple controllers. In the example I showed how if you switch banks while holding a loop or longer sample it will hold and continue to play while drumming in a different bank. There are a few of these hidden throughout the pack. Please feel free to send us your renditions, we’d love to see the different ways it can be played. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 4:  What Element Soundpack

In the fourth of our weekly soundpacks, I made a more melodic soundpack. It’s based around a few main loops, with some drum and bass samples, as well as a Breaking Bad vocal sample. Just for good measure.
— Alex

Week 3:  Slice N Dice Soundpack

In week 3 of our FREE weekly soundpacks, I felt inspired by the recent Sadowick tutorial on DJTT which shows how to slice loops to midi, so this week’s custom soundpack “Slice N Dice” for Ableton Live is filled with sliced up samples and loops from Loopmasters and other various sources. Enjoy!
— Kyle

Week 2:  Master of Man Soundpack

Here’s week #2 of the weekly sound packs that I’m doing with Kyle over at KM Productions. This one’s called “Master of Man” because of the one vocal sample. I can’t quite remember where it’s from, but I think it sounds good with the rest of the pack. Have fun!
— Alex

Week 1:  Super 64 Soundpack

Ever want to jam out on a midi controller with classic video game sound FX, or secretly add a few of those FX to your production? This is a massive 64 sample/ 4 bank/ Retro Video Game soundpack for Ableton Live. There are also an additional 2.5 banks before and after the 4 main banks of additional samples I liked, but didn’t use in the core pack. This brings it to a whopping 104 total, retro 8/16/32-Bit video game samples to take you back to the 80’s and 90’s. Enjoy!
— Kyle