FREEFALL Sample Pack by Au5


Uplifting, anthemic, and ferocious, the impeccable sound design from Au5’s Freefall EP has been collected into a diverse and powerful producer toolkit for your creative pleasure. Every custom sound from the EP can now be apart of your sonic arsenal; the pack includes over 200 hard-hitting samples and 20 bonus instrument racks to add even more options and inspiration in your productions. As a bonus, all of Cristina Soto’s vocals are included giving you a large supply of vocal hooks, harmonies, and ambient pads. Your purchase includes an hour long tutorial from Au5 walking you through creating a track from scratch and showing you how to make the most of a sample pack.

Product Description

This pack is great to expand your productions in genres ranging from Dubstep, DnB, Electro, House, and many other uptempo styles with melodic and bass loops, synths, one-shots, effects, vocals, and more.

215 Samples in this pack including:

  • 89 Basses
  • 31 Drums
  • 13 FX
  • 50 Synth Instruments
  • 32 Vocals
  • 735MB Total
  • Plus 20 Bonus Ableton Instrument Racks

All samples are 100% royalty free and you can use these in your own tracks and release on labels, use for commercials, youtube, TV, radio and more.

Bonus  Ableton Instrument Racks plugin requirements: NI - Massive | XFER - Serum | NI - Reaktor 5 (+FX) or higher | NI - Razor 1.5 (For Reaktor) | Reveal Sound - Spire | NI - Guitar Rig 5 | Kilohearts - Disperser | Valhalla Room

Note: Theses free bonus Ableton Instrument Racks may not work on all operating systems. If individual racks do not load correctly, try loading the Ableton Instrument Rack Session project. If Ableton Instrument Racks are not playing properly, you may need to locate the audio files (for Ableton's sampler), and .ens file (for Reaktor FX) manually within the “External Files” folder.

Vocal Samples TERMS OF USE: You are free to use these vocal samples in your own tracks however you may NOT use the title “ft. Cristina Soto, under any circumstances without written consent from the vocalist, nor can you use the artist name in the title of your track at all.