Year / Release Date : 2020
Developer : Sampleson Developer
Site : sampleson
Format : STANDALONE, VSTi, AU
Bit Depth : 32bit, 64bit
Tablet : not required | RETAiL
System requirements : WIN, macOS, Host with support for VST, AU plugins

Size:  1.97 GB
Description : We are virtual masters. We release only those instruments that LOVE to play. For years, sample libraries and virtual instruments have focused on huge samples and tons of velocity layers. We focus on your fingers and how the tools relate to your emotions.
A set of 13 virtual instruments from Sampleson:
Sampleson 1959 v1.0.0
Sampleson Akoustic Spectral Synthesizer v1.1.0
Sampleson Brushify Pro v1.0.1
Sampleson Electrix v1.5.0
Sampleson ElectroNylon v1.0.0
Sampleson Glassy v1.6.0
Sampleson Klavee v1.1.7
Sampleson Markus 88 v1.5.2
Sampleson Melox Pro v1.5.1
Sampleson Model T v1.1.0
Sampleson Reed106 v1.0.0
Sampleson Reed200 v1.0.0
Sampleson Suit73 v1.4.1

Plugin Description
Sampleson 1959 – Based on a patent for an electroacoustic piano (expired) registered in 1959. We brought it to life using spectral modeling. The sound can be described as the CP80
Sampleson Akoustic Spectral Synthesizer – giving you a very accurate and fun way to create new sounds, allowing you to fine-tune each part in detail. The envelope, tuning, offset, or gain for any part is available individually. This gives you unrivaled editing capabilities.
Sampleson Brushify Prois the first brush kit designed to reproduce the techniques of professional drummers. Based on advanced scripting and sampling + modeling techniques. A dedicated keyboard layout lets you recreate your brush drum technique on any keyboard or midi / pad controller.
The Sampleson Electrix is a recreation of the rare electric piano suitcase used by many famous rock bands of the early 70s.
Excellent electric piano from the 70s. It uses reeds struck by hammers and electronically converts vibrations transmitted to a transistor amplifier.
Sampleson ElectroNylonis a never-before-seen tool based on REAL TIME SPECTRAL TRANSFORMATION that lets you transition from nylon guitar to electric piano in real time by simply moving the slider.
Sampleson Glassy is an EP module (+ pads) inspired by the beautiful sounds of the digital electric piano of the late 80s and 90s. Recreated by spectral modeling and offers 20 studio quality digital pianos
Sampleson Klavee – a virtual pearl restoration. Czech Keyboard. An electric piano made in the 60s in the Czech Republic. There is no other electric piano like this, and until now it has never been recreated into a virtual instrument. A rare item specially made for electric piano collectors.
Sampleson Markus 88 – The first spectral modeling electric piano based on real samples and completely rebuilt through simulation. Offering the real sound and feel of the stage EP
Sampleson Melox Pro – Until today, Melodica has never been taken seriously. That’s why Sampleson released the first studio-grade Melody. The addition of a Sampleson Scripting Layer recreates the expressiveness of a real instrument, including decay speed, noises, key clicks, air sounds, and mechanics. Sampleson also made it binaural for added realism.
Sampleson Model T– Classics of the late 70s and 80s. We recreated the classic 80s EP from Spectral Modeling, offering the real sound and feel of the simplest electromechanical piano in history.
Sampleson Reed200 is our second spectral modeling tool. We can say that this is all we dreamed of. A clean and responsive tone made from real Wurlitzer. Combining up to 600 pure sine waves, we achieved a perfect and accurate tone that reproduces the sound that Wurli generates on the line output (we also included a cabinet and a drive emulator).
Sampleson Suit73 is the most detailed emulation we’ve ever created. Introducing the second generation of our Spectral Modeling Engine (DNAudio 2.0) to create realistic and warm emulations.
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