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Loops and samples in an online library

Soundation’s online studio comes packed with 20,000+ royalty-free samples that you can find in the Sound library. Audio samples are short sound snippets that can be used as building blocks in music production. An audio loop is a sample that can be repeated seamlessly to be made longer. Whether you want to use samples to make an entire song or to fill out the arrangement, they are certainly handy to have ready to go.

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How to use loops and samples

  1. 1
    Open Soundation and create a project
  2. 2
    Go to Loops and samples in the Sound library
  3. 3
    Search for the sound you want
  4. 4
    Drag in the sample to the Arrangement area

In Recommended sounds in the Sound library, you can find sound packs curated for different genres and moods.

Sample packs

Below the Recommended sounds, you will find even more sample packs that are either included in your price plan or that you’ve bought from the Sound shop.


To narrow down your search and find exactly what you’re looking for, try using the Filter by clicking on the filter icon next to the Search bar. You can filter by the key, tempo, genre, and instrument.


Underneath each sample, you can see the instrument, genre, tempo, and key. The star tag tells you the plan you need to use it.


You can save the sounds to your Favorites by clicking on the heart icon to the right of the sample. These sounds will be collected in the Favorites tab in the Sound library.


Preview the sound by clicking on it, and click it again to stop the preview. You can also control the playback, choose to hear it repetitively, or disable autoplay from the toolbar below.

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