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One Small Clue updates Poise Percussion Sampler to v1.0.65

One Small Clue Poise (Limeflavor Light Skin)

One Small Clue has released version 1.0.65 of Poise, a percussion sampler instrument for Windows.

Direct, straightforward, no frills and no bloat! Poise makes working with drum samples quick and effortless, allowing you to focus on creating music.

Changes in Poise v1.0.65

  • New: Sample normalisation is now per sample and can be changed at any time. Sample normalisation used to be a global option.
  • New: Added support for pitch bend and modulation wheel MIDI input.
  • New: Added support for.gru files (GURU song format).
  • Improvement: Configuration files are now saved in the Windows application data directory instead of the VST plugin directory. This prevents problems when Poise is run with limited user access privileges under Windows Vista & Windows 7.
  • Improvement: Reaper x64: Added support for GUI resizing.
  • Improvement: Reaper x64: Added support for hotkeys.
  • Improvement: Hot keys now work in MultiTrackStudio.
  • Improvement: Poise now uses better quality re-sampling routines when loading and saving sample files.
  • Bug Fix: Poise was crashing Reaper when a project was loaded. Poise wasn’t handling MIDI input correctly.
  • Bug Fix: Sliced loops were saved without a filename extension.
  • Bug Fix: Sample preview sometimes stopped working on multi-core systems.
  • Bug Fix: Knob value pop up hints disappear and do not display correctly.
  • Bug Fix: Phase flipped samples weren’t drawn correctly.
  • Bug Fix: When importing loops, the sliced looped sections would later be reloaded with the wrong volume.
  • Bug Fix: When previewing samples in the browser, the sample preview player would click when changing to a new sample.
  • Bug Fix: MIDI key names now work in PreSonus Studio One.
  • Bug Fix: Maximum buffer size was not set correctly in all circumstances.

Poise for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for $49 USD.

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One Small Clue releases Lugosi, FSU delay effect plugin

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One Small Clue Lugosi

One Small Clue has announced the release of Lugosi, a FSU delay effect plug-in for Windows.

Lugosi is an unusual delay effect. It creates out-of-sync echos and buffer repeat style effects.

Lugosi records audio into a static two second buffer. Loop point markers control exactly where in the buffer the audio is recorded. At the same time there are separate loop point markers to control the playback position. It is possible to record audio into one section of the buffer while simultaneously playing back the audio in a different unrelated section. When the loop point markers are reversed the audio will also play/record in reverse.

As an effect, Lugosi can be very lively and unpredictable. It reacts differently depending on the source material. Because of this it shines when used in conjunction with a MIDI controller. Hands on control allows the source material to be responded to in real-time and interesting areas can be homed in on. This lends a strong performative aspect to the effect.

Lugosi for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for the introductory price of $25 USD.

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One Small Clue Poise, pecussion sampler updated to v1.0.49

One Small Clue Poise (Carbon Ice skin)

One Small Clue has released version 1.0.49 of Poise, a percussion sampler instrument for Windows.

This is a significant release that includes many bug fixes and general improvements.

Changes in Poise v1.0.49

  • New Sample Content: Poise now ships with the Ammunition Drum Library by TeamDNR. Ammunition is a collection of 354 sampled drum sounds designed for producers of modern music styles. The collection features a selection of electronic and natural sounding hits.
  • New MIDI automation system. Optimised for real-time editing of drum kits.
  • New Trigger Map system with region information. Trigger map regions have settings for Low Note, High note, Root Note and MIDI Channel. This allows for custom pad arrangements not possible before.
  • Rudimentary import of Battery format drum kits.
  • Rudimentary import of Guru format drum kits.
  • Import of LM4 drum kits now more forgiving. (i.e. doesn’t throw errors when finding unexpected stuff in LM4 text files).
  • Improved compatibility with Ableton Live.
  • Many small changes to improve general work flow.
  • Bug Fix: CPU spikes when used on multi-core systems have been fixed.
  • Bug Fix: Poise could crash when changing it’s output configuration in Sonar.
  • Bug fix: Drum pad amplitude envelopes have been tweaked to reduce clicks when pads are either muted or retriggered.
  • Bug Fix: Changing output counts would crash Cubase 5. Poise now defaults to 16 outputs (unless renaming the dll file). Individual outputs can be activated/ignored within Cubase 5.
  • Bug Fix: Sometimes the sample display would trigger an access violation when being redrawn leading to a crash.

Poise for Windows (VST) is available to purchase for $49 USD.

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One Small Clue updates Poise to v1.0.11

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One Small Clue Poise (MPC2500 skin)

One Small Clue has released version 1.0.11 of Poise, a percussion sampler instrument for Windows.

Direct, straightforward, no frills and no bloat! Poise aims to make working with drum samples quick and painless, allowing you to focus on making music.

Changes in Poise v1.0.11

  • Added an ADSR envelope.
  • New: Added a Pad Link option. A drum pad will be trigged when it’s linked pad triggers.
  • New: Support added for midi note names. (Midi note will show the name of the drum pad.)
  • Improvement: Made changes to the Amplitude envelope drawing process to improve envelope visibility.
  • Improvement: Phase flipped samples are now drawn correctly. They were being drawn identically to non flipped samples.
  • Bug Fix: The Poise GUI was consuming excess CPU cycles when the browser was visible.
  • Bug Fix: Midi learn menu wasn’t responding to mouse clicks.
  • Bug Fix: Poise wasn’t opening files correctly. In some situations this could lead to a crash. (Files were being opened with share mode set for exclusive use.)
  • Bug Fix: The GUI was using excess CPU when covered by another window. (The Choke and Output numeric controls weren’t updated correctly).

Poise is available to purchase as a VST instrument plug-in for Windows PC, priced at $49 USD.

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One Small Clue updates Piose to v1.0.10.4

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One Small Clue Poise

One Small Clue has released version 1.0.10.4 of Poise, a percussion sampler instrument for Windows.

Direct, straightforward, no frills and no bloat. Poise is a drum sampler for people who want to work quickly and efficiently. It features drag-and-drop support, inbuilt browser and hot key support.

Changes in Poise v1.0.10.4

  • Reaper 2 didn’t support Vst’s changing their GUI size. Poise worked around this by changing Reaper’s Vst container window size directly. As of Reaper 3 this work-around seems to be causing problems and Reaper 3 now appears to support Vst GUI size changes (via the standard VST interface. :) The work-around has been disabled for Reaper version 3 and up.
  • Instead of using the left and right mouse buttons to individually grab the loop start and loop end markers in the wave display, the left mouse button will now always grab and move the closest. (The old method didn’t work correctly sometimes) This frees up the right mouse button to show a context menu when the sample is right clicked for sample operations such as reverse or phase flip. These options are often missed by new users.
  • Output selection is now limited by available outputs instead of the max 16.
  • Velcicty Ex. mode now displayed as Velocity instead of Vel.Ex.
  • “Hotkeys” and “One Click Trigger” options now enabled by default.
  • Paremeter reset (for knobs) now also works with Ctrl+Click.
  • Bugfix: When editing a velocity range, the selected layer sometimes wouldn’t update correctly.
  • Bugfix: Initially, the upper limit of the velocity range sliders were being set to 127 instead of being normalised to the 0..1 range.
  • Bugfix: The visibility state of the labels wasn’t being updated correctly when switching skins. Labels were failing to appear.
  • Bugfix: Paremeter reset wouldn’t work if no samples were loaded on a drum pad.

Poise is available as a VST instrument plug-in for Windows PC for $49 USD.

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One Small Clue updates Poise to v1.0.10.2

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One Small Clue has updated Poise Percussion Sampler to v1.0.10.2.

One Small Clue Poise

One Small Clue has released version 1.0.10.2 of Poise, a percussion sampler VST instrument for Windows PC.

Changes in Poise v1.0.10.2.

  • New hotkey: SHIFT+ENTER will replace the currently selected sample.
  • Added option to flip the phase of a sample (Right click the sample layer icon in the waveform display).
  • MIDI pass through is now optional. By default Poise will pass though all MIDI in all hosts except Podium (The MIDI pass though setting is saved per project).

Poise is available for Windows PC (VST) for $49 USD.

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One Small Clue updates Poise to v1.0.10

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One Small Clue Poise

One Small Clue has released version 1.0.10 of Poise, a percussion sampler VST instrument for Windows PC.

Direct, straightforward, no frills and no bloat. Poise is a drum sampler for people who want to work quickly and efficiently. It features drag-and-drop support, inbuilt browser and hot key support.

Changes in Poise v1.0.10

  • To reduce save data sizes, missing or orphaned sample data is no longer automatically embedded into the project file. A message dialog will pop up instead. (This should help with sluggish-ness problems in Reaper.)
  • Drum kit load and save times are much faster now.
  • Midi is now passed through to output.
  • Amplitude envelope attack time now defaults to 0 instead of 1.
  • Page Up / Page Down now work to navigate the browser.
  • “Export kit with samples in file” (the monolithic drum kit format) has been removed to improve compatability with Reaper. Poise will still load existing kits saved using the monolithic format. (To avoid removing the option for monolithic drum kits, a restructure of the drum kit format and a involved code rewrite would have been needed.)
  • If only one folder is added to the browser, it will automatically expand when the GUI is opened.
  • The behaviour of the browser scroll bar has been fine tuned a little.
  • Added rudimentary support for importing LM-4 and MPC 1000 drum kit files. Improvements and more formats are planned.
  • Added support for SND files. (Akai MPC etc)
  • Added support for AIFF files. (8,16,24 & 32 bit AIFF file supported.)

Poise is available for purchase for $49 USD. A demo version is available for download from the product page.

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