10 Free Instrument Loops For Your Songs

I decided to create free to use, uncopyrighted, studio-quality music loops that you can use whenever, wherever, and however you choose and please! I just decided to make these out bordem. I’ll have key and tempo information below each loop you hear! I’ll make another one with a lot more loops, but I just wanted to get these out there for you guys!


Electric Piano Loops

ElectricPianoLoop1

Details

Tempo: 120
Key: C major
Time Signature: 4/4

ElectricPianoLoop2

Details

Tempo: 100
Key: A major
Time Signature

ElectricPianoLoop3

Details

Tempo: 200
Key: C major
Time Signature: 3/4


Orchestra Loops

StudioUprightBassLoop

Details

Tempo: 180
Key: E minor
Time Signature: 4/4

PizzicatoViolinLoop

Details

Tempo: 100
Key: E minor
Time Signature: 4/4
Composer’s note: This wasn’t isn’t meant to sound as real as the other orchestra loops, this is kinda for if you want a trap foundation

OrchestralFluteLoop

Details

Tempo: 120
Key: A flat major
Time Signautre: 6/8

OrchestralCelestraLoop

Details

Tempo: 120
Key: C major
Time Signature: 4/4


Funk Loops

FingerstyleBassLoop

Details

Tempo: 200
Key: E minor
Time Signature: 3/4

FunkClavLoop

Details

Tempo: 200
Key: E minor
Time Signature: 3/4

BrooklynDrumLoop

Details

Tempo: 105
Key: - -
Time Signature: 4/4


I hope you enjoy these! I will make more in the future! If you do use them, you don’t have to credit me but please do show me what you used them with!

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These are really nice!

One suggestion might be to let the sound properly fade off before cutting the audio, since that can make it difficult to implement the sounds in a way that sounds natural.

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Thanks for the suggestion! The only reason I didn’t do that was that if I let it fade out, it would be really time-consuming for the user using the loops to have to edit and rearrange it so that it would stay on beat with the rest of their song. Although I do understand the natural feeling that should be portrayed in these loops.

If you’re someone who’s reading the comments and agrees with KingPie, my suggestion would be to add a “Reverb” at the end of the final time the loop plays. This would allow having it fade off like a natural and professional recording. Make sure it’s only on the last beat/note of where you want the loop to end because keeping reverb throughout the whole thing will [as a matter of fact] take away the natural feel that you’d want to portray in the loop!

Thanks for bringing this up King, it completely crossed my mind.

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These, in my opinion, are amazing!! I hope to see more of these in the future as audio that is made for looping is surprisingly hard to find and create, for me because I dont know the first thing about composing. Thank you.

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