How do sample packs come to be?

Sample packs are made by recording or capturing high-quality audio/music and exporting it as samples.
They are typically delivered in DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) format, which is a software product used for music creation, sound editing, and film post-production. It is capable of multitrack recording and mixing, non-linear editing via video track, software synthesis of synthesized sounds/virtual instruments, and so on. The plan is to export a specific clip from the multi-track session and distribute it as a sample for others to download on top of their own soundtracks. There may be both free sample packs and paid…

If you are using commercially available sample libraries you are prohibited by the EULA from doing that. Samples may only be used in compositions not as stand alone audio to be sold.

@Jamie you might be arguing with either a bot, or otherwise someone who just joined this openly accessible Scaler forum, just to promote their product. Look at the user account just got created, seemingly specifically for this promotional post. I wouldn’t give’em the time of day…

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I thought as much so not carrying any further. Just stating that for general forum knowledge.

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It seems the link of the OP disappeared…
Auto-depromoting feature at least