Drum & Bass Trip Sample Pack


Arranged like a construction kit with the flexibility of a Sample Pack.. We are extremely excited to announce our biggest drum and bass product so far.


Drum n Bass is a genre of music that developed from jungle music and the greater British rave scene in the 1990s. It has fast drum breaks, complex basslines, and upbeat percussion. The genre has become well-known throughout the world and has influenced a wide range of others, including jazz, rock, big beat, pop, hip hop, dubstep, house, and ambient music.

Drum n Bass has been around for over 20 years now, and in that time, it's evolved into a modern sound that's harder, faster and heavier than ever before. This Drum N Bass Sample Pack opens up a whole new world of possibilities for your music, giving you the opportunity to create music using the same sounds your favorite producers use - without the expensive equipment or degree in engineering.

This D&B Sample Pack Contains the Following Files;

  • Over 2 Gigs of samples formatted to 24bit 44.1khz Wav
  • 351 Percussive and melodic loops
  • 16 Midi Drum patterns with velocity and swing
  • 125 Single shot drum hits
  • 61 FX single hits and pad notes
  • 16 Track Constructions
  • License agreement

Important Information:
24Bit WAV files are compatible with all major DAW's and Samplers. If you are unsure please check the manual of your DAW or sampler; otherwise we are happy to answer any questions if you have any concerns.

For Drum and bass production tips and techniques Id recommend the following tutorials from our tutorial section
Fundamental bass patterns in Drum and Bass
Fundamental drum patterns in Drum and Bass
Jungle Drums part 1, parts 2 and 3 are also found in our tutorial section
Hack music theory with Abelton 
Master your own music for drum and bass

How to Creatively Use Loops and Samples

Layering Loops
Drum loops in particular are frequently used as a layer by producers. Loops are frequently used in Dubstep and Drum & Bass as an additional layer that sits underneath the primary drum strikes to improve a song's or beat's groove. It may be used as more of a percussive element below the main kick and snare by hi-passing a loop. If your drum track already has a fantastic drum loop as the main component, adding a percussion loop (or even just a portion of one) can give the rhythm some tremendous intensity.

Similarly, you can make a groove more aesthetically pleasing by adding rhythmical parts (spliced up) from an instrument or vocal sample.

Use More Than One Loop

Don't be mistaken; we are not talking about layering again. Rather, we are asking why you shouldn't use more than one drum loop or vocal loop from the same voice to build your beat or hook. After all, it's sometimes remarked that "creating music has no real rules".

It would be possible to cut up multiple drum loops at the same pace (or lengthen them to do so) and use little pieces from each one in a linear fashion before fusing them together. In terms of the final sound and rhythm, this can produce something really distinctive and intriguing.