Sounds of KSHMR Vol.1-3 Bundle
I proudly present Sounds of KSHMR via Splice. I’ve included over 350 samples, crafted and organized from the perspective of a real producer and excluded any sounds I wouldn’t use myself.
You’ll find basics like Kicks and Percussion as well as more unique folders like Hans Zimmer Horns and Stadium Claps. All samples are key-labeled where applicable and processed to sound good out of the box.
Lastly, the pack features 120+ presets for Sylenth1 and Serum I created with the help of incredible sound designer 7 Skies. In both the presets and samples you will find signature sounds from my releases that you are free to experiment with in your own work.
Sounds of KSHMR Vol. 2
I am proud to give you Sounds of KSHMR Vol 2. I’ve included over 1500 samples this time — four times the size of Vol 1 — in order to supply producers of every genre with the best tools available.You will find essentials like Kicks, Toms and Snares — all processed and key-labeled. But things get much more interesting. For example:
– Animals: 38 animal sounds, processed and tuned to key.
– Drum Loops: from Indian Percussion to crowds stomping in a gym.
– Ethnic Instruments: unusual instruments from all over the world, playing melodies I’ve written myself.
– Guitar Loops: three folders filled with chord progressions on Acoustic and Electric guitar.
– Vocals: over 100 vocal shots, beds and loops to add a human element to your production.
And much more.
A few things I want you to bear in mind while using the pack:
I’ve used them extensively throughout the pack, even on snares and claps. Take it with a grain of salt, not everything has to be perfectly in key all the time.
The “Arabic” Scale
There are a lot of scales associated with the Middle East. The one I refer to throughout the pack goes as follows, using the root of C:
C —> C# —> E—> F —> G —> G# —> A# —> C
If these seems confusing, consider the F harmonic minor scale. The notes are the same. We are simply starting on the C, thus achieving the “Arabic” feel.
The Animals FX Folder
Have fun with this. The results might surprise you.
Sounds of KSHMR Vol 2 is, in my opinion, among the most powerful and comprehensive tools ever offered to modern producers. It took a lot of time and I lost a lot of sleep, but I couldn’t be more proud of the result. Best of luck in all your creative journeys.
Sounds of KSHMR Vol. 3
Traverse endless genres, tour a world of sounds, and dive deep into the legendary KSHMR’s welcomed return to Splice – global instruments, risers, FX, crisp drums and more await.
The story of Splice can’t be told without a chapter about KSHMR. Niles Hollowell-Dhar (KSHMR) uploaded his first project file for ‘Burn’ to Splice Studio in 2015, quickly followed by his Tiesto collaboration ‘Secrets.’ Since then, he’s released Sounds of KSHMR Volumes 1 & 2, two of the most popular sample packs ever released on the platform. In addition, his Lessons of KSHMR production tutorials exclusive to Splice have racked up over a million views on YouTube.