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Wlodzimierz Grabowski updates Samplelord to v1.2

Wlodzimierz Grabowki Samplelord

Wlodzimierz Grabowski has released version 1.2 of Samplelord, a sample player which can work as a VSTi plug-in or standalone application.

Samplelord can load different sounds in different formats and play them in real-time like a sound module.

Changes in v1.2

  • Added: option to change Mute/Solo Led color.
  • Added: added selection of Panoramic and size option.
  • Added: options to select a mouse wheel capture method.
  • Added: MIDI Monitor (diagnostic tool for incoming midi messages).
  • Added: option to set a middle C names on the keyboard.
  • Fixed: double sample play after note release.
  • Fixed: duplicated entries in color menu.
  • Fixed: deleting Samplelord makes the EnergyXT not respond.
  • Fixed: vst window resize works in EnergyXT.
  • Fixed: release keyswitches have been not loaded correctly after saving and reloading Samplelord bank file.
  • Fixed: Samplelord freeze under Sonar, EnergyXT.
  • Fixed: giga keyswitches were imported incorrectly one half-tone too low.
  • Fixed: Kontakt import and doubled notes on sample trigger in some keyswitching combination.
  • Fixed: Kontakt import with incorrect exclusiveGroup assign.
  • Fixed: some global settings like “Stereo Outputs” were not read correctly when main plugin and additional multi-out versions were used at the same time.
  • Changed: previous option “Back to default settings” has been changed and moved to “Reset” under main SETUP menu.
  • Changed: Each plugin version keeps settings in a separate file. It allows to set completely different parameteres for each version ex. Colorize options.
  • Fixed: removed crackles when MME audio driver was stopping ex. RME sound cards.
  • Fixed: vibrato drifts out of tune when MOD Delay parameter was active.

Visit the Samplelord website for more information and a link to download a fully functional demo (has some volume fade out/in and occasional noise inserted to processed audio).

Rob Papen Blade

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