Ultimate Sample Collection – 15GB of free samples, MIDI’s and presets by The Drunken Coconut

By Stephen Rich|2017-02-19T14:05:53+00:00May 25th, 2016|Free MIDI Loops|

The Drunken Coconut have announced the release of Ultimate Sample Collection, a free pack of 15GB of samples, MIDI’s and presets.

At such generous offer, their announcement is fully justified: “We have a ridiculous freebie to give away! Lets cut to the point! Over 15GB of our owners best selling sample packs and tons of bonus content are included! This is an insane amount of samples to add to your collection! The demo is just one of many construction kits included in the pack!”

Audio demo:


  • MIDI & WAV files
  • 50+ construction kits
  • 200+ MIDI files (leads, melodies, chords, progressions etc)
  • Vox & acapellas
  • Sylenth presets
  • Tons of different instruments
  • Tropical, Deep, Future, Swing, Hardstyle, Progressive, Melodic, Jungle Tech, Tech house, Drums, Psy Bounce genres!
  • 3,400 files

Ultimate Sample Collection is available via Soundcloud. The download (13GB zipped) goes through a fan gate (The Artist Union), where you will be asked to follow some Soundcloud accounts (it goes without saying that you will also need an account) and write a comment on the demo track. Eventually, you will be directed to the file which is hosted on Dropbox.

All the sounds are 100% royalty free, which means you can use them in commercial projects too.

More info:

The pack isn’t available anymore.

About the Author: Stephen Rich

Stephen Rich
Stephen is the founder of flstudiomusic, and every day brings you the latest music production news. He also writes reviews from time to time. You can find him on Facebook.


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