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17 Jan 2018

Native Instruments launches new platform

producer/software Native Instruments launches new platform

Native Instruments, the manufacturer of software and hardware for digital music production and DJing, today unveils, a new online platform for loops, samples, and sound packs for music creators of all genres.

The beta launches today exclusively in the US. Customers can try it now with a free selection of loops and samples, or go Pro and subscribe to the full library at a special introductory price of $9.99 per month.

The platform already hosts more than 500,000 royalty-free sounds – from orchestral scoring to pop, rock, and trap – and new releases are added daily. Current sounds include loops and sample content from Native Instruments’ acclaimed Maschine Expansions – plus exclusive content from over 200 creators, including leading suppliers such as The Loop Loft, MVP Loops, and Symphonic Distribution. Curated collections from the team provide ready-made inspiration to producers of all skill levels and genres.

Simplicity and ease-of-use are central to the experience: All loops and samples are available to browse and preview, with no sign-up required; sounds are tagged and easily sortable by genre, key, BPM, and other attributes; and search functionality is powered by Native Instruments’ own MIR (Music Information Retrieval) algorithms, which helps users find exactly what they need, when they need it.

After companies like Noiiz and Splice, Native Instruments is going to compete with them.


  • Preview unlimited royalty-free sounds from the industry’s top creators
  • Get inspired with curated collections
  • Weekly free sound and collection updates
  • Find the perfect sound with cutting-edge sound recognition technology
  • Download selected free sounds
  • Free forever

All features from Free plus: (introductory price of $9.99 per month)

  • Download any sound from
  • Access exclusive premium releases added weekly
  • Cancel anytime
  • Exclusive to U.S. customers during beta testing

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