Camel Audio releases Alchemy demo version (and updates it to v1.0.8)

Camel Audio Alchemy

Camel Audio has released a demo version of Alchemy, the sample manipulation synthesizer for Windows and Mac.

Yes I posted this earlier but the demo was then pulled. Now it’s for real, I promise.

The free demo is completely fully functional for three weeks. The demo comes with 40 presets and 100MB of samples to give you a taste of the 2GB of samples and over 300 presets in the full version.
Alternatively, import your own WAV, AIFF or SFZ files into the additive, spectral and granular resynthesis engines. There are no annoying voices or silences, and presets and songs created with the demo can be loaded with the full version.

Let me not repeat exactly what I posted before but rather just point you to my previous post.

Visit Camel Audio for more information.

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Maybe someone here can help me ?I downloaded the Alchemy Demo but totaly empty with no 40 presets and what not.Can anybody tell me were i can get that,because although it looks pretty cool ,thats were it all ends cause i can’t try it out now:(
Hope any one can help me with this,pretty bombed out now:S


The Alchemy demo is downloaded in two parts. You need the installer for Mac or Windows (sounds like you have that OK), the other part is a RAR file containing the content – samples and presets. Put the RAR file on your desktop, and run the installer to install the content.

Links to both files are available from the right hand side of the Alchemy page:

Hope that helps!