How To Make Your Own Sample Sets Course Offer


Finding, extracting, editing, preparing and collating your own sample sets has never been easier thanks to digital, and this tutorial shows you how to do it.

Have you ever wanted to know how to locate, extract, edit and collate your own samples into sets, to use in your DJing? Whether you get them from your own music collection, from other sample sources, or even source your own “DJ drops” and name checks, creatively using your own sample sets in your DJing can help you to really personalise your sets and get noticed.

To follow on from the success of our recent Acapella Mixing Masterclass, our new course How To Make Your Own Sample Sets will imminently be available privately to our members at 45% off its forthcoming public price – but only for a few days, and you’ll only find out about it if you’re on our members list.

So if you’ve ever wanted to make better and more creative use of your own samples, or wondered how the “commercial” sample sets get made, or wanted to edit samples to suit your own needs, then this is definitely the course for you. Using freely available software, you’ll learn all you need to know to make sample sets that’ll stay with you in your DJing forever, whatever software or gear you use.

Remember, How To Make Your Own Sample Sets has a deep discount for our members – and the only place you can get it is by watching your inbox for further instructions. So sign up now and keep those eyes peeled.


  1. King of Snake says:

    yeah! Here we go!
    love it

  2. DJ Forced Hand says:

    Will this course go into optimal sample choices for scratching?

  3. Sounds interesting.
    Hope its not only how to make those sample sets, but also how to use them properly.

  4. Which program are you using to extract samples in this course?

  5. Have signed up for this course tonight, have only recently discovered but have been thoroughly impressed with the quality of the content from Phil and the team, as well as it’s members.

    My newly-ordered Traktor S4 is on the way, having just sold my iDJ Pro – I “dipped my toe” into digital DJing after mixing on vinyl for 10 years 6 months ago – this seems like an excellent course to really get me into the bowels of the kit and Traktor.

    Incidentally, I have used Audacity a bit already – as I am still going through the painstaking task of converting my vinyl one bit at a time!



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