FAQ Section

General Sample Packs info

What do you mean with "Limited Series" ?

Our Sample Packs are sold in limited batches. At the moment we have series limited at 25, 100 and 250 downloads. 

This means that (as example) if 25 of you buy one copy from the Pink Series Packs from BandCamp that batch is completely sold and nobody else can buy it anymore. This will ensure that the samples used are not circulating too much around the globe. 

I missed one of the pack that i really like.  What can i do?

Unfortunately... Nothing

Once all the copies are sold, that pack is gone forever. The best way to not do the same mistake again is to subscribe to our newsletter here and be ready once we release them.  

Why are you organising the samples in this files and folders structure?

We are big fans of Ableton, the Digitakt, Syntakt and the Teenage Engineering OPZ. Our Sample Packs are organised to properly fit in each machine. 

We just started. More instructions and info on how squeeze the best out from the packs and our beloved instruments are coming soon... Stay tuned! 

Are there free sample packs to check?

Not at the moment but... drop us a mail using the newsletter form and if you have a valid reason (or proposal) we can send you a Gumroad  promocode with a nice discount. 🤙🏼

Ableton | Max 4 Live Plugins 

Is Ableton Max for Live free?

Max for Live is included by default in Live Suite and can be purchased as an additional add-on for Live Standard.

What is the Color Limiter for Ableton?

Party of the Ableton Creative Extensions 

Color Limiter offers another flavor of limiting inspired by the gritty sounds achievable with hardware limiters. 

Controls are provided for input level (Loudness), threshold (Ceiling), Lookahead, Release and the all-important Saturation and Color parameters that are the key to its characterful sound.

We added a Dry / Wet Control so you can tune the level of enhancement diretly from the UI.

Drawing inspiration from the raw textures achievable with hardware limiters, Color Limiter offers exceptional limiting capabilities. Its intuitive controls allow you to manipulate input levels (Loudness), set thresholds (Ceiling), fine-tune Lookahead and Release settings, and, most importantly, shape its unique character with Saturation and Color parameters.

In a world where most limiter plugins prioritize peak reduction, Color Limiter stands out by seamlessly infusing optional nonlinear harmonics while effectively managing unwanted spikes.

While Loudness dictates amplification and Ceiling governs maximum output, Lookahead and Release shape contour and dynamic behavior over time. However, it's the Saturation and Color controls that truly imbue analog warmth, resonance, and crunch—always staying clear of the red zone. This makes Color Limiter an ideal choice for those seeking the essence of classic tube limiters or crafting distinctive lo-fi productions.

Teenage Engineering | OPZ

How do you add samples to OP-Z?

Boot into Content Mode, connect the OP-Z to a computer, then open the samplepacks folder.

Open the instrument folder and then place your sample into one of the 10 “slot” folders available. Only one sample can be in a slot folder at a time.

Disconnect the OP-Z from the computer.

Need more info? RTMF

Elektron | Digitakt

How do you add samples to Digitakt?

Coming Soon...

Elektron | Syntakt

How do you add Sounds to the Syntakt?

Coming Soon...

Elektron | Analog Heat

How do you add Presets to the Analog Heat?

Coming Soon...

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What are sample packs?

A sample pack is a collection of sounds that come in a variety of formats. These sounds are intended for producers to use to produce music. The types of sounds vary depending on the type of music that the producer is working on.

There are many different types of sample packs available for producers. Some have only drum samples, some have synth samples, and some have both. Sample packs can be used in a variety of ways depending on the producer's needs and skillset.

What does a sample pack generally contain?

A sample pack is a collection of sounds consisting of loops and one-shots that are specially created by sound designers. They are usually sold on the internet or in music stores. They can be used for music production, to add texture to a track, or for DJing.

The sample packs are categorized according to genre, time period and sound type. For example, there are sample packs for disco music from the 1970s and 1980s, hip hop from the 1990s and 2000s and electronic dance music from the 2010s.

Is it OK to use sample packs in my music?

A lot of people are making music these days, and the most popular way to do it is with a digital audio workstation. MIDI keyboards, drum pads, and samplers are all readily available for use in a studio. 

Thanks to sample packs, any sound you can imagine is available in just a few clicks. And with Dubtuna, there's no shortage of sounds for you to choose from.

All our packs are licensed to use in your music hassle free.

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