1. Head to Discord
2. Create an account (it's free of course)
3. On the bottom of the popup, click "Already have an invite? Join a server"
4. Write in the code "Tracklib"
That’s it! You’re all set to become part of the Tracklib Community.
Sharpen your sampling skills with monthly Chop Up Challenges. Each month, we sample the same record and invite a judge (from acclaimed producers to industry professionals) to give feedback on your productions and pick a winner — through a live-streamed finale and Q&A. Join in to make sure you consistently develop your sampling technique!
Back by popular demand: A Tracklib randomized-record function and challenge! Get a randomized record on Tracklib to sample, and the clock starts ticking to flip it within three hours. Then it’s time to share your flip, listen to everyone else’s submissions, and cross your fingers — a pro judge picks out the month’s best Random Record flip!
Which sampleflip should be dissected next in our famed Sample Breakdown video series? Tracklib’s team is also present and active in the Community, and gives you the opportunity to share suggestions and vote for the next one. So you might end up seeing your pick getting the Sample Breakdown treatment…
It goes without saying that each and every member of the Tracklib Community loves a good flip. So this is an opportunity to get your music heard by hundreds to thousands of other sample heads. Get and give feedback on each other’s productions, learn from each other, and develop your sampling skills and know-how as you go. Just make sure to post what you've sampled, along with your track!
This is what the Community is all about. With producers, sample aficionados, and diggers alike all brought together in one place, the Tracklib Community is a social space like no other. There are dedicated channels for requests, technical questions, and sampling set-ups to get inspired and geek out over hardware.
Hear the newest and hottest flips, read about industry-changing legal cases and get context with comments from experts, and get alerts about the newest sampling gear and plugins with first-hand pro insights. Plus, you might wanna keep this on the hush-hush: Tracklib’s catalog team is active in the community to share hidden gems, straight from the source...
Over the years, Tracklib’s Sample Breakdowns, Beat Battles, surveys, social media, and live events have shown that Tracklib users make for a thriving community, consisting of sample-heads from all over the world. The newly launched Tracklib Community is how an already-great community gears up to become even greater...
Because the Tracklib family is much bigger than just the Tracklib team. With direct lines of communication, you even get a say in where Tracklib should be headed next. Now is your chance to join the conversation. Come as a guest, and stay as part of the fam.
Discord is an easy way to connect and communicate with like-minded people from all over the world. All it takes is a simple (and completely free!) registration.
No need to download anything: you can access the Tracklib Community via your browser. But we do recommend downloading the Discord desktop version or mobile app for a much better and smoother experience.
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