Plugin Boutique has announced a sale on three of Sampleson’s spectral modeled virtual instruments, offering discounts of up to 50% off on the regular price.
The Akoustic additive synthesizer gives you a very precise and obsessive way to create new sounds, allowing you to tweak every part in a detailed way.
Envelope, tuning, offset or gain for any parts are accessible individually. This gives you an unmatches detailed editing power.
The DNA of acoustic instruments will remain recognizable on any weird editing made with Akoustic. This is what Sampleson love about Akoustic. All of the patches have an organic, wood-like sounding, analogue feel.
Reed200 is Sampleson’s spectral modeled full range reed electric piano.
Sampleson can say it’s all that they dreamed of with a clean and responsive timbre made from the real model. Stacking up to 600 pure sinewaves, Sampleson achieved a perfect and accurate timbre reproducing the sound that a reed-ep generates on the line output. (Also they included a cabinet and drive emulator)
As in Sampleson’s Markus 88, Sampleson did most of the jobs manually. Despite the deep spectrum analysis Sampleson used to decode the timbre DNA, they focused on recreating the real feel of pushing down a key in a real model.
With Suit73, Sampleson brings the sounds of the 1973 Fender Rhodes Suitcase.
Suit73 is the most detailed emulation Sampleson have created so far. Presenting the second generation of Sampleson’s spectral modelling engine (DNAudio 2.0) allowing them to create realistic and warm emulations.
Sampleson mapped more than 64 groups of timbre components (releases, bells, key noises, main timbre, resonance, etc) and recreated them by spectral modelling. Archiving a realistic and warm sound in just 35MB and very low CPU usage.
Akoustic is on sale for $34 USD, Reed200 is $45 USD, and Suit73 is available for $39 USD during the promotion.
The offer expires January 31st, 2020.
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