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Updated by Millennial Mind Sync on Apr 15, 2022
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Top Platforms to Sell Sound Kits and Samples

Selling sound kits and sample packs is an excellent source of revenue for hungry independent music producers, beatmakers, and sound designers.

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Sellfy

Sellfy

If you want to sell samples, loops, or drum kits Sellfy is the platform that can do it all for you. The flexibility is key here with integration to other platforms like Soundcloud, YouTube, Instagram, and many more. Or, create a standalone store for your sound kits and sample packs right within the platform - it's amazing! And don't just trust our word for it. There have been many grammy-nominated music producers who use Sellfy to sell their sound kits and sample packs. PVLACE, has been signed to 808 Mafia, one of the biggest hip-hop production teams in the US and he's is cashing in by selling his loop kits through Sellfy! Check out their 14-day free trial and see if it fits your needs - I think it will exceed all your expectations. Plus, get 15% off your monthly plan by simply using code 'millennialmind'.

Best suited for: Music Producers or Sound Designers with an established or growing brand
Price: $19/month (if billed bi yearly)

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Airbit

Airbit

Airbit is the platform that can do it all. Aside from being our top choice to sell your beats on, it's an excellent platform to sell your sound kits and sample packs. Build your beat selling brand and then leverage that to sell your samples and sound kits. Cross selling at its finest.

Best suited for: Established or new beatmakers and music producers who are looking to expand their revenue streams.
Price: $19.99/month

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Splice

Splice

Splice is the fastest growing sample marketplace there is. Their subscription-based model makes it extremely simple for beatmakers and music producers to download the specific sounds they're looking for each month. New packs are regularly added to their platform and they are working with some of the biggest producer names in the business like Scott Storch and Boi-1da. Because of this, they won't just accept anyone's sound kits and sample packs. But if you think you got what it takes, check out their sound quality principles (very educational read even if you don't get your material on Splice) and access their submission form.

Best suited for: The established sound designer
Price: n/a

Modern Producers

Modern Producers is all about high quality sounds, kits, loops, vocals, VSTs, presets and sharing related musical accessories that are designed for the modern music producer. And similar to Splice, one will need to submit their sample packs to them for review to be considered. If you are accepted, get ready to have your sounds sit side by side with the studio engineers of artists such as Drake, Timbaland, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Hopsin, Kid Ink, Lil Wayne, Big Sean and many others.

Best suited for: The established sound designer
Price: n/a

ROQSTAR

Built for sound designers by sound designers. ROQSTAR is a nifty platform that might just be the perfect home for someone breaking into designing their own sample packs and sound kits. The platform has three tiers (Free, Basic, Pro) that are mainly differentiated by the % cut ROQSTAR takes for each sale you make. But if you're just dipping your toe into the sample selling waters, getting your sound kits placed in this marketplace for free might be the way to go.

Best suited for: The new sound designer
Price: Free, Basic ($15/month), and Pro ($39/month)