Digidesign releases Structure Free

Digidesign Structure Free

Digidesign has released Structure Free, a free sample player for Pro Tools® that provides some of the key features of its big brother, Structure.

Structure Free comes with a high quality 885+ MB sound library from A.I.R. to get you started, though it also plays nice with native Structure samples and your unencrypted sound libraries. And like its big brother, Structure Free delivers exceptional performance and unprecedented reliability to keep your creativity flowing.

Structure Free features

  • Free RTAS® sample player designed and optimized for Pro Tools®
  • Delivers superior performance and unprecedented reliability
  • Includes an 885+ MB starter sound library from A.I.R.
  • Plays your unencrypted SampleCell, Kontakt 1 and 2, and EXS24 sound libraries
  • Drag-and-drop Pro Tools regions into the sample player for easy custom sound creation
  • Integrated file browser makes finding sounds easy
  • Supports up to 4-channel multitimbral playback per Structure instance and 64-note polyphony
  • Supports all common bit depths and sample rates — up to 24-bit, 192 kHz, stereo
  • Six context-dependent Smart Knobs enable fast access to the most important sound sculpting parameters
  • Integrated REX player allows you to play REX 1 and 2 files

The Structure Free plug-in and starter sound library are available for free download from the Digidesign website. If you have a slow internet connection, you may choose to order the free Structure Free installation disc online at the DigiStore (a $9.95 shipping/handling fee will be added).

Visit Digidesign for more information.

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Well, considering avid/digidesign/m-audio don’t have Vista or OSX Intel drivers for most of their soundcards, it’s nice to know that they were actually doing something instead of twiddling their thumbs for the past year. I thought the company had gone out of business! But they better do something soon or else they will go out of business. That crappy protools garbage has been screaming for an overhaul for a few years now, but Avid just plods along like nothing’s wrong, while everyone else is kicking their ass big time. I no longer use protools, but even if I did, I… Read more »