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Black Label: House Production Stack

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FREE Vluarr Mini-Kit (FLP, Samples, Presets)


Drum Loops/One-Shots & Effects

As an electronic music producer, I understand the importance of having access to high-quality sounds and tools that allow you to create unique and innovative tracks.

That's why I've spent countless hours gathering feedback from the community about the most useful sounds and essential tools needed in electronic music.

Whether you're an experienced producer or just starting out, BLACK LABEL has everything you need to instantly create new sounds and innovate your productions.

Plus, all of the content in BLACK LABEL is 100% royalty-free, so you can use it in your tracks without any legal worries.


Serum & Vital Synth Presets

Synth presets are the foundation of modern music.

With RESERVE, you'll have access to 250 presets that will keep you inspired no matter the genre you choose to create.


Ear Candy Effects

Ear Candy is that extra sauce that you give your songs to make them more interesting, and simply better.

CANDY ranges from quirky drum loops to essential elements atmospheres, reverses, and tonal loops.


Synth & Bass One-Shots

Synth samples are becoming one of the most popular ways to stand out amongst others.

I can't remember how many times an artist was known for using a SINGLE synth shot that was a piece of their 'signature sound.


Project Files & FLPs

This was THE most requested item to include in future packs and they are here.

Looking inside the project files of is proven to boost creativity by 78% (not really).

In all seriousness, I think this is one of the most valuable bonuses inside of BLACK LABEL.

Modern Producer Methods


Common questions answered for the modern day music producer.

Discussing topics about all aspects of music production, even some of my past experiences regarding lifestyle & working with a few top producers

1-1 Personal Feedback/Questions

1 30 Minute Session

This is my favorite bonus for BLACK LABEL.

What held me back from growing was the inability to casually chat about music production, bounce ideas off of each other, and get quick answers to simple questions that took me months to figure out on my own.