SAMPLE PACKS

Dugg Funnie

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If by sample packs you do mean products that have been purchased from sample pack companies. If you put together a collection of your own samples, you can do whatever the fuck you want lol.
 

Mania

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Bah don't be such a fag, multiple uploads of free stuff happens all the time.
I'm only saying what all the free samples ive downloaded have said on their terms of use, not being a fag. I just like to respect the license conditions set by the sample makers.
 

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when i get some time im gonna rid myself of useless projects and create a sample pack for dnbf hopefully during my 3 days weekend since the gf is working :D #onceihadalifethenimetmusic
 
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If you purchased the sample pack, and wish to trade it for another purchased sample pack, then I cant see you are doing anything wrong?!
Lol that's like saying if i paid for an mp3 and so did you we can swap, don't think it works like that "not that I give a fuck" sample packs are sample packs, samples originally stolen in the first place lol........just look at that amen break sample and how many jungle producers even own a real drumkit?
 

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theres a lot of big accusations going around here, saying sample packs are all just stolen sounds is a bit far fetched. bass loops/ one shots, atmos etc are all created by the producer that made the pack.

as for swapping, it is legally and morally wrong. if you think its worth having, buy it. otherwise only 1 copy of each would sell, and everyone would swap
 

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Just to clarify because some people seem to have limited vision on sample swapping.

When I was discussing trading I was talking about sample CDS, as in the physical sample CDs. I did say sample CD, I didnt mention MP3, and what sample packs come in MP3 format anyway?

Some packs can still be obtained in physical format, and these can be traded with no legal implications.
 
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