Here's a link to the download:
Samples available for 4 to 5 days, actual file size is 1.23gb
I'll look and then come back advertise for others. If.... I like what is herre.
Comment on the quality if you like but it's not really relevant whether or not you personally like the samples or find them useful. As the old adage goes, one persons trash is another persons treasure...
Honestly.... Idk if this is a sample not. Don't have space on my main device. And my back up throw away device is not complin' with the transfer of sending something two myself. In truth.... My person really don't need more.
50ish mb file is caustic figure out it has tur. To 4 gb worth. Just by buying different sound kits. Or whatever else is out their of free ware.
I have enuff sounds i actually thought of a brand new device just two really crack open all those extra opportunities i have downloaded like this.
Just two expand away from my current way of producing this. The problem is i hate working with mini song clips in caustic. I rather work with tinier sounds bytes and go from their in my production.
For those who are curious, these are not loops, they are primarily classic analog synths from the 70's and 80's. All single note/hit samples. Beautifully recorded, in most cases they have been sampled every semi-tone (!), not octaves or minor thirds apart.
The samples "have been recorded into a Neve 1073 or Focusrite ISA 430 channel strip into Prism Orpheus sound card using Sample Robot".
The instruments sampled include:
Korg MS20 Bass
Korg Rhythm 55B
Teenage Eng OP-1 LD
TR 606, 626, 727, 909, 808
If these classic sounds are your cup of tea grab them free while you can.
Good shout - thanks! Downloading now
Thanks for posting the link. I downloaded the file. Stupid question of the day: Will I have to assign note-by-note in pcmsynth?
"Will I have to assign note-by-note in pcmsynth?"
I can only assume yes, unless (like me) you have a DAW that you can use that will auto assign the notes. That's partly why I posted this "off topic", most likely I'll use the bulk of these in my PC DAW, not Caustic.
The best I can do is to let you know when I finish setting up a complete instrument in Caustic and share the finished job. For example I really liked the sound of the Jupiter "Glass" samples so currently working on mapping those. When I'm done I'll DM you somehow and post then up on Drive or something and send you a link.
That's one of the major drawbacks for me regarding Caustic (not that I hold it against Rej considering the remarkable job he's done) cause I'm big into using single note samples, especially when it comes to acoustic drums, and having to map every sample individually combined with no ability to layer samples via velocity is the biggest drawback with Caustic for me personally.
For some instruments in the pack referenced here you can probably get away with mapping simple waveforms every 6 semi-tones apart and still get really good results but with others like the D-50 samples it sounds pretty bad because you end up with pulses that conflict with the tempo if you don't map every half step.
Hi SToons, that is a nice offer, I appreciate that. I was interested in the Prophet Strings, so I might invest the time to map the samples at intervals and maybe leave out lows and highs, to speed things up.
Thanks again for the link.
Here's the Jupiter Glass patch.
Hi SToons, thanks for uploading that! I think will definitely use it in the future, probably more for 1-note hits but I had a few minutes and put together this experiment to see how it sounds. Just for fun.