SoundWare Partners with Soundtrack Loops to Create a Royalty-Free Sample Marketplace for Producers

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SoundWare announces its partnership with Soundtrack Loops to provide a marketplace of royalty-free, high-quality music and sound effects for producers.

SoundWare is a top provider of VST (Virtual Studio Technology) Plugins for music producers. Together with Soundtrack Loops, a leading creator of royalty-free music loops and samples, the companies will provide creators with a marketplace full of high-quality music and sound effects.

The comprehensive library will contain a wide range of genres, styles, and moods, updated regularly with new content tailored to the needs of producers, filmmakers, and advertisers.

“We’re thrilled to be working with Soundtrack Loops to provide creators with the best possible music content,” says Mark Wayman, CEO of SoundWare. “With the combination of their content and our royalty-free marketplace, we’re confident that we can meet the needs of any creator, no matter their project or budget.”

“We’re excited to partner with SoundWare to help producers create incredible music,” says Jason Donnelly, Co-Founder of Soundtrack Loops. “By joining forces, we’re able to offer our professional sample library to an even wider range of creators, making it easier for producers to find the perfect sample for their project.”

The partnership officially launched on November 12, 2022. Both companies will continue providing their customers independently as they have before while also offering new exclusive deals, discounts, and other benefits.

SoundWare, a leading VST Plugins provider, is best known for its OCTANE, SYLO, and VYBE audio plugins. The company prides itself on its plugins being “created by producers, for producers.”

As with Soundtrack Loops’ own sound packs, it is expected that the content available on the marketplace will be designed specifically for use in Garageband, Logic, Avid Pro Tools, Cubase, Ableton Live, Recycle, Reason, Stylus, Beatmaker, Akai, FL Studio, and Sony’s Acid. Their files are available in .AIFF, .WAV, .BMKZ, .ALP, .LOOP, and .RX2 formats, optimized with “maximum searchable metadata,” including terms like “guitars,” “drums,” “synths,” “processed,” “distorted,” “clean,” and much more.