Catch the sunset with ‘dream girl - lofi bedroom pop’, where intimate lofi aesthetics collide with dreamy vocals, cozy loops, and the subtle energy of DIY bedroom beats. Stacked with melancholic melodies, heartbreak hooks, and cassette keys. Acoustic guitars, tape-tinged cassette keys, and drifting analogue synths create glowing atmospheres of memories and nostalgia.
All samples are handcrafted from conception to completion, from the writing and arrangement to the engineering and vocal production, resulting in a detailed and vision-inspired collection. Vocals are supplied with both wet and dry versions for maximum flexibility. Created by producer and sound designer Dokkodo Sounds, and featuring the distinctive voice of bedroom pop artist and producer HEIGHTS.
Explore a delicately designed lofi drum kit of textured one-shots and loops. Punchy kicks, layered snares, retro machines, and hardware percs. Drenched in saturation, tape warmth, and crunchy character. Loops include lazy beats, unquantized rhythms, and dusty layers. ‘dream girl’ delivers a diverse selection of royalty-free sounds and emotive moods perfect for bedroom pop, lofi beats, chillout, and indie dream pop.
91Vocals samples can be used in any commercial music project (subject to our License restrictions) without having to pay any further royalties, request any further permissions or provide credit. All our samples are original and created in-house by our team. The samples are not taken from any copyrighted sources, so you can legally use our samples with confidence in any commercial project.
Simply put, you can purchase the right to use our licensed sounds in any combination or musical composition. You have the right to release a composition incorporating our samples commercially and collect royalties without any further payment of fees, royalties or credit required for such usage. As the individual sounds are licensed to you, you cannot use them in isolation or distribute them as part of a competitive commercial product. For example, you cannot sell the individual sounds as part of other sample packs, loops, or to third parties. For detailed information see our License Page.
No. You may not use a featured artist's name or 91Vocals' brand name, image, or likeness without 91Vocals’ express written permission. This includes use in any track name or as a featured artist on any release.