discoDSP has announced the release of a major update to its Bliss performance sampler and instrument recorder plugin for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Version 2.0 adds Native Apple Silicon (M1 or higher) support. A major framework update provides greater stability and compatibility.

Bliss is a sampler and VSTi recorder for Audio Units, VST hosts featuring a scalable & themeable GUI, VSTi sampling, 8 automatable Macro controls, dual zero delay feedback filters, sample editor, 7 built-in effects, flexible modulation, parameter morphing and the highest offline resampling quality using 512 points SINC algorithm.

Other changes in Bliss v2.0:

  • Added dragging behavior for velocity, key range and tempo selection.
  • Added export single selected file.
  • Added exported file to recent sample list.
  • Added Program name as default filename after exporting.
  • Added Rubber Band time stretch library by Breakfast Quay.
  • Added save selected zone in Bliss program.
  • Fixed amp_env_dest1amt XML parameter saving.
  • Fixed incorrect parameter range initialization.
  • Fixed note sharp character not displayed correctly.
  • Fixed note sharp character not exported correctly.
  • Fixed Replace Sample function.
  • Fixed standalone background color settings.
  • Fixed VST sampling settings preset combo box.
  • Last SFZ exported folder now recalled correctly.
  • Sample and zone export now uses 24-bit instead 16-bit.
  • Set zone by MIDI note now mirrored in Options and Zone menu.
  • Minor fixes and enhancements.

Bliss (VST/VST3, and AU) is available to purchase at the discoDSP store and from PluginFox for 99 USD/EUR.

Users of Bliss 1.x can upgrade for 29 USD/EUR at the discoDSP Members Area.