Seven Sounds - Pop Generation Vocal Sample Pack
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Take center stage with these chart-topping Pop Samples


We are extremely excited to be able to offer you the opportunity to work with such high-quality sounds and samples. The compositions, production quality, and performances captured in this pack will rival today's chart-topping artists and give you the tools for mainstream success.

This product includes multitrack Vocal samples, Wet and Dry Acapellas, Backing vocals, MIDI construction files, Drum Stems, Pop instrument loops, Bass Loops, and Synth loops. Inspired by the likes of Khalid, Halsey, Dua Lipa, Rita Ora, Ariana Grande, Benny Blanco, and Zara Larsson.

This inspiring product will work with any DAW such as Ableton, Cubase, Reason, Nuendo, and Fruity Loops, and is completely Royalty Free.


The Samples and MIDI included in this  pack

02 Fx Samples

03 Bonus Serum Presets 

06 Music Loops

08 Bass Samples

08 Midi Files

12 Acapellas Wet/Dry

31 Instrumental Loop Samples

40 Drum Loop Samples




Defining Pop music


Pop music is short for popular music and has become a genre in itself.  It’s incredibly diverse and dynamic, always adapting and borrowing from the current popular music trends of the times. Pop Music can be fast loud and aggressive, or, slow calm and melodic, and everything in between. Ultimately, you know its pop music as it will conform to certain formats and formulas which have been used in most pop music for decades. The song's length will typically be around 3 mins, the song arrangement will traditionally follow a verse, chorus, verse structure, and the sound/production style will be clean, and polished, in an attempt to appeal to the biggest audiences, and pick up audiences from multiple other genres.

Pop music is focused on the Singles music charts, and you could say pop music adapts to the sum of the charts. If a song outside of the pop scene makes its way into the charts, it’s common to see Pop Artists, Pop record labels, and Pop producers releasing music with similar sounds and techniques, in the hope to get the same, or better recognition.


Some examples of how pop quickly adapts to existing genres:

Bon Jovi’s take on rock music was at a time when Guns and Roses, Metallica, and hair Metal had been doing extremely well. In the 1990s to 2000s, we saw Nu Metal leaking through with Bands such as Linkin Park, Papa Roach, and POD, seeing mainstream success. Today we hear House and EDM with artists like David Guetta, Hip Hop, Trap, and rap influences with artists like Cardi B, and Funk and Soul with Artists like Beyoncé.


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