Splice Launches Brand New "Splice Sounds"

If you are not familiar, Splice is a revolutionary producer collaboration service that allows music-creators to seamlessly share tracks and open them directly in their respective DAW. Now, they have linked up with popular sample-distributor <strong>Loopmasters</strong> to introduce a brand new service entitled <strong>Splice Sounds</strong>. Hit the link for more details!
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If you are not familiar, Splice is a revolutionary producer collaboration service that allows music-creators to seamlessly share tracks and open them directly in their respective DAW. Now, they have linked up with popular sample-distributor

Loopmasters

to introduce a brand new service entitled

Splice Sounds

. "In an ongoing effort to connect the fragmented music creation process" Splice has introduced a

subscription based sample database

. If you are a producer, you are aware how game changing this is for the electronic and hip-hop community. With the first plan starting at

$7.99

, Splice Sounds is affordable, without ever having to worry about clearing samples down the road. There is a bright future ahead for Splice, we will be awaiting their next move.

Find out more about Splice Sounds

HERE

.

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