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Software => Other => Topic started by: Smurf on February 15, 2018, 05:19:38 PM

Title: SampleScience Player, a large instrument At Our Favorite Price Point™
Post by: Smurf on February 15, 2018, 05:19:38 PM
Check it out here.....


http://www.samplescience.ca/2017/10/samplescience-player.html


From the site....

"The SampleScience Player is the biggest free rompler available today. This instrument plug in contains a core library of 200 playable instruments. You'll find everything from acoustic pianos to analog synthesizers drums. To limit the size of the plug in without compromising it sound quality, the library has been compressed to FLAC, a lossless audio compression codec."

I am grabbing it now, so I can not say how it sounds, etc etc......but with the demos sounding so good, and with it being At Our Favorite Price Point™ how can ya go wrong?!  ;D

It IS a large download, so it will take awhile for sure... :o

Hope This Helps!  8)
Title: Re: SampleScience Player, a large instrument At Our Favorite Price Point™
Post by: Joom on February 15, 2018, 05:35:43 PM
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Compatible with the most popular DAWs on the market: Ableton Live, Cockos Reaper, Steinberg Cubase, FL Studio, Traktion, Mixcraft, Sony Acid, Presonus Studio One, Cakewalk Sonar & Apple Logic Pro.

No Reason?  :o

Still, sounds pretty good.  Especially for the price.  :)

And I have all the rest of them (except Presonus)...
Title: Re: SampleScience Player, a large instrument At Our Favorite Price Point™
Post by: neilmac on February 15, 2018, 05:54:34 PM
Grabbed it just for fun :P
Hopefully it works on my XP dinosaur :P :P
Title: Re: SampleScience Player, a large instrument At Our Favorite Price Point™
Post by: whitestrat73 on February 16, 2018, 09:29:04 AM
Another excellent find, Mr. S!  8)

Just downloading the player, now.
Note: The download process isn't obvious. Finally, I clicked a link in an email, labeled 'View product', to get to the download page......  ;)
Title: Re: SampleScience Player, a large instrument At Our Favorite Price Point™
Post by: whitestrat73 on February 16, 2018, 09:56:38 AM
Ah, haaa.... and no instructions. However, just drop the .dll file and the instrument folder into your vst folder and it should all work.....  :)

Quick test sounds promising. Next time I need stuff, I'll give it a good work out.......
 8)