Industry-leading subscription sample platform Splice Sounds (check out our Splice Sounds review) releases a groundbreaking collaboration with rising indie saxophonist Mike Casey – Splice’s first ever exclusive saxophone artist royalty free sample pack.
The pack includes a wide range of riffs, loops, one shots, held notes, and seldom-recorded extended saxophone techniques/auxiliary sound effects.
Splice is a cloud platform for musician creation, collaboration and sharing. Amongst the many things that Splice offers, it has an incredible library of samples and plug-ins (over 2 million to be exact).
Splice Sounds was officially unveiled in 2015, offering a streamlined approach to sample pack purchasing. With its subscription-based service, Splice allows producers to exchange credits for individual sounds instead of purchasing entire packs.
In doing so, Splice has circumvented a notoriously frustrating issue: how to get the samples you want without the excess ones you don’t need. Aside from the benefits for the consumer, Splice Sounds has also facilitated an entirely new revenue stream for artists: custom sample pack retail.
Mike Casey is one of the most dynamic “jazz” musicians of the millennial generation.
With nearly a million streams to his name in just the second year of his recording career – without record label backing or a manager/team – Mike wears his heart on his sleeve and aims to tell a story above all.
Always searching deep within to communicate his emotions through art, he believes strongly in the power of music to be a force of good in the world, connecting people through positive vibrations.
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