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When you purchase Platinum soundSets Sound Samples  your satisfaction is guaranteed! All Our Sound Samples or in the WAV format and Radio Quality and will be delivered to you within minutes after your purchase via our digital download server. Plus, you'll also be the first to check out the latest, all new, sound samples we add to our catalog!  When you purchase any of our soundsets you are automatically eligible to participate in our exclusive "Platinum Soundsets Subscription" program for only $9.95 per month.  When you choose this option during checkout, you will automatically receive hundreds of sound samples every month via digital delivery.  Remember "Nothing" is more important to a producer than having a fresh source of Sound Samples!

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DRE-Xplosion

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KanyeKraze

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Lil Jonified

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R. U-Ready Fo Kelly

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Platinum Soundsets is your source for sound samples when you produce music. It doesn't matter if you produce music with hardware or software samplers. Our professional sound samples are optimized and perfected for your next beat. You won't need to adjust these samples or use your equalizer to get the right frequency. The sound samples are radio-ready!


You just load them into your music sampler and starting making beats with no hassles or worries. You'll be surprised at how universal any of our sound samples are. It doesn't matter if you download the Missy Elliot soundset or the Dr. Dre soundset. Making beats with our sounds will always sound good if your making hyphe, west coast, east coast, or any other style of music. We also have a growing number of music producers who make R&B beats with our sound samples. Our R.Kelly soundset is one of our best sellers. We encourage you to check out each soundset for yourself. Listen to each audio demo and decide what sounds are best for you. But know that when you download 1,000 sound samples, you're going to find hundreds and hundreds of sounds no matter what set you get it from!

Why Do You Need New Sound Samples?

Have you ever noticed if you use the same sound samples that after a while your beats start to sound very similar. This is a very common problem with producers. Keeping a fresh source of sound samples is a must for anyone who makes beats - no matter what type of music you produce.


If you listen closely, you'll hear the super producers changing their sound samples every once and a while. For example, many of the beats the neptunes were doing started to really sound the same. Check out the drum sounds used in the following songs:


Ray Jay - "Formal invite"

Usher - "You don't have to call"

Kelis - "Get along with you"

Jadakiss - "Knock yourself out"


These are just a few examples of songs with really similar drum kit sound samples. But you'll notice that the sounds have changed considerably in more recent songs like:


Nelly - "Hot in herr"

Snoop Dogg - "Drop it like it's hot"


Neptunes aren't the only producers to do this, you can find the same trend in any major producer. Check out some of Timbaland's earlier work and you'll here the same prominent snare used over and over. But you don't hear it that often in tracks like Omarion - "Ice box".


I believe this is what really defines a super producer. We all fall in love with certain sounds that go together. This is a natural occurrence as a producer. But super producers will keep coming out with new sound samples and redevelop their signature sound over and over.


Look at what's happening to Lil Jon. His signature synthesizer and club claps and kicks were used in at least a dozen songs, but now you don't really hear anything from him. I don't want to classify Lil Jon as a super producer or not, but I guarantee that if Lil Jon doesn't come out with new sounds to define his beats that he'll be a nobody in no time.