Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I download my sounds?
A: When you purchase a kit, after the payment is cleared you will receive an email containing a direct download link for your sounds. The email will come from the name "kicksandsnares.com" with the subject "Downloads for Order" and the email address email@example.com
If for some reason you lose this link, please email us (Contact form in the top menu.) and let us know the email you used to place the order. We will immediately send a new download link your way.
Q: I placed an order, but have not received my sounds
A: Note: We haven't gotten this question since we opened the new site, but we put it here just in case. If you have not received your sounds within a minute or two of ordering, it's possible the email has ended up in your spam folder. If for some reason, you cannot find it in your spam folder either. Contact us immediately & we will fix whatever the problem may be.
Q: What happened to the old owner of Kicksandsnares PJ?
A: PJ is off working on new ventures. Although he is no longer part of the Kicksandsnares family, we still wish him the best. Send any praise and/or complaints for the new Kicksandsnares to Jim Bond!
Q: I like your demos. Which sounds came from this demo?
A: In the demos labelled as "Southern Comfort", "Monster" or "Foundation", all of the drum sounds within that demo are from that particular series. In the "Mixed" demos, Jim used sounds from all 3 series (Southern Comfort, Monster & Foundation).
Q: What sort of set up do you use to create your sounds?
Q: Can you load your drum sounds into Logic Pro?
A: The short answer for this is YES. For a more detailed answer on how to load drums into Logic Pro, click here.
Q: What the heck is the deal with Jim Bond's face? Does he actually look like that in real life?
Q: Are the sounds on this site royalty free?
A: All of the individual sound kits (Monster Drums, Foundation Drums, Southern Comfort Drums, etc) are 100% royalty free. Samples from our drum break compilation A Million Ways To Break, are not royalty free and would have to have the samples cleared per usage.