Browse & Download over 36,000 Royalty Free Samples with Converse Rubber Tracks!

Converse Rubber Tracks is a collection of community-based recording studios around the world offering free studio time to musicians. An extension of that project, Converse Rubber Tracks Sample Library is an ever-growing collection of high quality, free to use samples recorded at the Rubber Tracks studios. The library is entirely royalty free and covers musical territory that ranges from jazz or rock drum sessions to live techno jams and hip hop vocals. Launched back in February 2015 with 11,000 samples, the library has since grown to an impressive 36,000 samples featuring some of the most respected musicians from around the world. Among them you’ll find Analog synth sounds from Com Truise (whose synth jam ‘Hyperlips’ provided sample material for PARTYNEXTDOOR’s ‘Right Now’), Talkbox vocals from Temu Bacot that will bring a Roger Troutman flavor to any composition and cool vintage Juno synth one shots recorded by Planet Mu and Ninja Tune signing Machinedrum in Amsterdam. If you’re in need of inspiration you can also listen to tracks created from the sample packs by artists including Body Language and Doctor Jeep.

Machinedrum explains what he finds so appealing about the library:

Two new features were introduced to the library end of last year: a web-integrated Ableton Live Sampler which allows you to apply effects and manipulate your favourite tracks from the library online and an iPhone app which allows users to browse, listen to, manipulate and favourite samples from the library on the move.

Find out more about the library and sign up at www.conversesamplelibrary.com

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