It’s been a minute since we launched LANDR Samples, the sample packs service built for producers.
Since then we’ve shared tons of royalty free samples. Each is as unique as they are useful.
The diverse sound palette includes haunted factory machinery, classic synths, twisted vocals and percussion essentials—an endless waterfall of sound.
They’re all high-quality and versatile for any genre, project, or need. Grab them all and tuck them into your ‘unique samples’ folder.
Just in case you haven’t already, we picked out some of the best packs as a quick refresher.
Here’s 5 of our favourite sample packs from LANDR Samples.
Delirium by Unknown Mobile
There’s a little bit of everything on BC-based Unknown Mobile‘s pack. On the percussion side there’s a versatile jungle-esque break dipped in some nice echo.
Perfect for building a loop or chopping out some one shots. Hot tip: Chopping out the delay reflections is a nice way to build some ghostly percussion.
Grab them all and tuck them into your ‘unique samples’ folder.
On the synth side there’s a bit of everything—including a jaunty digiflute, squelched out bass, some massive workhorse chords and some other fun bits perfect for filling out any track. Get to know the unknown.
Maelstrom by Anonymous
Oooo! An Anonymous sample pack! How peculiar…
We don’t know who made this pack. What we do know is that the deep and distorted sounds on it are flat-out superb.
This pack offers a ton for crafting interesting bass lines. The pulsing haze of the loops are perfect as-is or chopped up one hits.
There’s also some nice static pulses as well, great for filling out the back of a mix or layering with an existing arrangement for some dirt and fuzz.
Filament by Mutualism
This sample pack is what all sample packs should be. There’s a bazillion sample packs out there that promise 808 bass or “the perfect snare.” To be honest it gets a bit boring.
Sample packs should expose you to new sound, challenge your workflow and push you into a new creative spaces.
This pack breaks the mould by giving you a palette of sounds built from an unlikely source: The machinery from a turn of the century spinning mill run by third generation yarn makers.
Sample packs should expose you to new sound, challenge your workflow and push you into a new creative spaces. No sample packs does it better than the industrial drones on Mutualism’s truly unique offering.
Beached by Skydiver
Beached, crafted by Seattle’s Skydiver, is a heady mixture of dubbed out stabs and loops effected to perfection.
The reverb and delay combos alone will have you longing for perpetual sunset. There’s even a crackin’ verbed-out snare thrown in to cut through the layers of synth foam.
Load up a sesh, set up a loop and the rest will flow.
Beached is an island any beatmaker would be happy to find themselves marooned on. Load up a sesh, set up a loop and the rest will flow.
Ionize by Project Pablo
The Jupiter 6 is an iconic magic machine when it hits the right hands. Ionize is the document of that exact moment.
Crafted by Montreal-based synth wiz Project Pablo, Ionize gives you access to some of the sweetest glassine sounds the Jupe 6 is capable of.
There’s a few cheeky arpeggios thrown in that make this pack a ‘must-use’ scenario… Not to be missed or dissed.
There’s a few cheeky arpeggios thrown in that make this pack a ‘must-use’ scenario. These blips and boops make perfect mates for any arrangement. Not to be missed or dissed.
Samples is here to stay. Grab these packs—and all the rest while you’re at it.
When inspiration is dim, samples help! Stay tuned for more sample packs from Samples all the time.
Because Samples works for musicians, and so does LANDR.