Friday’s Freeware: Music Trainers
Converse did not sample their famous sneakers, but gave musicians free recording studio hours and more than 10 000 free samples to you.
The Converse Rubber Tracks collection is produced in partnership with the Indaba Music online community.
The project is really cool: musicians have access to recording studios for free in Brooklyn, NY (the Rubber Tracks Studios), San Francisco, Boston, Toronto and Los Angeles. They can record their music with professionals without spending thousands of dollars and maintain their rights to their music. They also provide the community with sounds (and receive a compensation for that).
Indaba Music provide the technology behind the library, produces the recording sessions and creates the different loops, samples and stems that you can download for free. “No strings attached” they say.
Note that when signing up to the Converse Rubber Tracks Sample Library, an account is also created at Indaba Music, but you’ll have to log in to the latter to make your profil public if you wish.
You can also submit creations using this free content to both sides if you feel like doing it.
There are currently almost 11 500 sound files available, and the library is constantly growing.
Discover the project and download the sound from www.conversesamplelibrary.com.
Have a great weekend!
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