Steve Aoki Announces Splice Sound Pack

AUSTIN, TX - MARCH 13: Steve Aoki poses for a portrait backstage at The Fader Fort presented by Converse during SXSW on March 13, 2014 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Roger Kisby/Getty Images)

One of the hardest working artists in the industry is back at it again, but this time with a new sound pack on Splice. Steve Aoki is releasing a fresh sound pack on Splice called Neon Future. Aoki is excited about the partnership and speaks on the versatility of the pack:

This is a great pack for any producer in the dance world. Exploring it is an exciting process because when you jump into different genres from hip hop to Latin to K-pop, you’re hearing all the different sounds and how it all works.


The subscription service company full of royalty-free sounds has signed a deal with the superstar artist. Speaking with Billboard, Splice CEO Steve Martocci says:

Splice is the first stop in creating music, because we help musicians find inspiration and execute on it. We’re best known for samples and loops, but we’re rapidly growing our library of other content types.

Along with announcing the partnership, Steve Aoki also took a studio tour with Splice. Providing some insights into the brilliance of some of his hits, he walks through some of his favorite synthesizers and plugins. The description of the pack from the Splice website says:

We worked with legendary producer Steve Aoki to craft Serum presets representing his favorite sounds across the wide range of genres he’s worked in. Aoki said that technically, it took him years to put this pack together because he produces in various genres from reggaeton to trance to EDM bangers and pop collabs. He wanted to share presets that Splice creators can use to cross-over between genres.

The pack is on Splice now and you can download it here.