Top 5: Best Sample Packs For EDM

As a producer, it becomes extremely useful to have thousands of audio samples at your fingertips. Finding the perfect EDM kick sample can be difficult when you’re looking through the wrong pack.

With every genre comes a different sound. EDM samples tend to sound MUCH different than any other music genre. If you ever tried to make an EDM track from acoustic drum-recordings you’d know what I’m talking about.

Luckily for you there are a ton of great sample packs out there for you to gain inspiration and get creative with.

In this article, I’ve compiled 5 of my favorite Loopmasters sample packs for EDM.


Explosive EDM Arsenal Vol. 2

explosive edm arsenal

If you wanted to, you could create an entire song using this packs samples. This pack is an excellent choice for producing most EDM sub-genres such as big-room or electro house.

This pack includes 10 massive presets, 10 serum presets, and an entire spire bank. You’ll get drum samples, melody loops, bas loops, FX and synth presets.

EXPLOSIVE EDM is a very aggressive sounding sample pack. There are 10 massive presets, 10 serum presets, and an entire Spire bank included.


Bigroom Twerk & Trap

Bigroom Twerk & Trap

If you’re making trap music, Bigroom Twerk & Trap is a must! There are over 300 loops included. You’ll get drum lead, bass, vocal, and FX loops.

This pack was inspired by artists such as Diplo, Skrillex, Knife Party, and Zomboy. If you’re trying to get a similar sound to them, this pack gives you the tools to quickly do so.


Deep House Bass 2

Deep House Bass 2

Deep House Bass 2 is excellent for any aspiring deep-house producer. It gives you classic sounds from an assortment of analog synthesizers.

Over 200 loops are included alongside a collection of midi files. You’ll even get midi groove templates included. If you’re using Ableton Live, implementing groove templates is very simple.

A nice touch with this pack is that all of the files are labeled according to each sample’s key and BPM. This makes it very painless when trying to navigate to a specific sample.


EDM Patches – Sylenth, Spire, Serum & Massive

EDM Patches - Sylenth, Spire, Serum & Massive

This “sample pack” isn’t so much a sample pack. It’s more of a preset pack.

You’ll get a bunch of Massive, Sylenth, Spire, and Serum presets. For each synth, you get 40 professionally-designed presets.

This pack will come in handy for any big-room producer. You’ll find many plucks, super-saws, basses, and leads.


Top 100 DJs Signature Sounds Massive Presets Vol. 3

This pack comes with 100 massive presets that are modeled after the sound of top DJs. There are lead patches, bass patches, pad patches, pluck patches, and even sfx patches.

You’ll get presets inspired from artists such as Deorro, Dillon Francis, Afrojack, Avicii, Blaster Jaxx, Borgeous, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DVBBS, Dyro, Carl Cox, Ferry Corsten, Hardwell, Headhunterz, Infected Mushroom, Knife Party, Nicky Romero, R3hab, Sander Van Doorn, Steve Angello, Tiesto, W&W, and many others!

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  1. Hi there, has has anyone purchased any of these samples? How do you guys like them? Im going to buy them right now. But I didn’t see a conversation going here and this article deserves some freakin comments!

    1. I appreciate that, Rod! :) Each pack has quality samples. It all boils down to your own personal needs. Another EDM-related pack that I completely forgot to mention here is XFER by Deadmau5. If I had to recommend buying just one pack it would definitely be XFER!

    1. Hi, Gaurav. You still interested in free packs? We could produce an article that compiles a bunch of them.

      The reason we’re a fan of paid packs is for multiple reasons.

      1. The ultra high quality packs pretty much always cost money. If you spent months (if not years) in half-a-million dollar studios carefully recording expensive instruments and sounds, there’s a good chance you’d want to charge a price.
      2. Paying for packs from small companies and independent artists is almost like a donation to electronic music. With more and more ways for artists to monetize, the average “starving artist” is becoming less starving.

      Hope that makes sense! But, thank you for the feedback.

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