Buena Semilla Samples


Organic sound, without overprocessing

“Buena Semilla Samples” is an independent Argentinian entrepreneurship which is based on developing samples, loops and virtual instruments (VSTi) using sounds extracted from elements of nature, everyday objects and native instruments from South America. The sounds of a Bolivian bass drum, a sugar cane and a bunch of seeds are some examples of objects recorded and sampled. This kind of regional and native sounds are not commonly found in the samples libraries available on the market.

From “Buena Semilla Samples” we try to insert our sound culture in the world of music production as a response and in contrast to the standards of an industry that seeks sound homogenization. We hope that our products made with lot of time and dedication will serve as a “good seed” to cultivate the motivation to continue creating original music. That is our wish.

Rustic Samples Vol.1

In “Buena Semilla Rustic Samples Vol.1” you will find 26 samples and 8 loops recorded in
WAV format with a sample rate of 44.100 Hz and a bit depth of 24.
The sounds come from the following elements:

  • A steel plate from a grill
  • A steel plate from a hot water tank
  • Dry seeds
  • Orange peels from Jujuy
  • A small Bolivian drum
  • A sugar cane
  • Northern hooves
  • A wooden meter
  • Solid wood
  • A broom

BPMs of the loops: 75, 80, 85, 95, 100, 110, 115, 136.

Cuero Argentino Samples

In “Cuero Argentino Samples” you will find 77 samples and 10 loops recorded in WAV format with a sample rate of 88.200 Hz and a bit depth of 24. The same audios at 44,100 Hz are also included in this package.
The sounds come from the following elements:

  • A Wallet
  • A Jacket
  • A Belt
  • Cow leather
  • An Argentinian knife (Facón)
  • A Ball

BPMs of the loops: 76, 80, 85, 90, 96, 102, 108, 117, 120, 130.


In “Litoraleño” you will find 41 audios recorded in WAV format at a sampling rate of 44,100 Hz and a depth of 24 bits. Some can be used as loops, these are indicated with the letter “L”. The tempo is also indicated.

Important: As the audios were extracted from old analog tapes, the speed is not perfect, so the tempo indication is approximate. It is also worth clarifying that the tempo is indicated for dotted quarter notes and for eighth notes as appropriate. This is because the music sampled is folklore from the Argentine “Litoral”. CAUTION: it is not the classic BPM.
The sounds come from Spanish guitars, accordions and human voice (only 1 classic Sapukai).


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