Niko’s Piano Sample Pack WAV MIDI
Niko’s Royalty-Free 1,000+ Sample Pack is the largest piano sample pack in the game. It has melodies, chord progressions, piano intros and so much more. It also has complimentary MIDI files to go along with it.
GET INSTANT ACCESS TO OVER 1,000+ ROYALTY-FREE PIANO SAMPLE FILES INSIDE NIKO’S PIANO SAMPLE PACK
- Make your music stand out with over 1,000 unique, captivating piano sample files
- Explore sophisticated, professional chords & extended melodies to add to your music
- Access a world-class concert pianist’s 25 years of experience to give your music high-quality piano sound
- Speed up your workflow & creative process so you can finish every song you start (ending writer’s block)
- Get instant inspiration from hearing new chord progressions that only the top 1% of producers know
- Experience the sound of organic piano to give your listener’s chills (demos below)
Niko’s Royalty-Free Piano Sample Pack Includes…
- 250+ Emotional Piano Sample Melodies ($197 Value)
- 200+ Dark/Unique Piano Sample Melodies ($197 Value)
- 50+ Pop Piano Sample Melodies ($97 Value)
- Bonus #1: 1,000+ MIDI Files Matching Each Sample ($97 Value)
- Bonus #2: 200+ Piano Sample Song Intros ($47 Value)
- Bonus #3: 100+ Emotional Progression Samples ($47 Value)
- Bonus #4: 100+ Unique Piano Progression Samples ($47 Value)
- Bonus #5: 50+ Pop Piano Progression Samples ($47 Value)
What’s the difference between MIDI & Samples?
- Piano samples do not require virtual instruments: when using MIDI, it requires a virtual instrument to use (Serum, Omnisphere, Sylenth1, etc.). You can save lots of $$$ instead of buying overpriced plugins.
- Piano samples don’t need a “DAW”: Piano samples can even be used without a DAW (in other video editing software).
- Piano samples are “real”: you will hear the difference between MIDI on a virtual instrument and these piano samples.
- Piano samples speed up your workflow: being able to drag in high-quality MIDI without layering five virtual instruments to get that real piano sound will save you hours of time.
- Piano samples can be used with “samplers”: MIDI requires bouncing to audio before being able to create cool effects like reverses, splicing, changing speed, etc. These samples can be instantly thrown into any common “sampler”.
- Piano samples don’t require as much CPU: MIDI requires virtual instruments which also slow down your computer significantly.