Linplug Release New Sampler VSTi

24 voice 18 instrument sampler for PC      12/09/01

Buying Choices
Linplug the makers of plug-in instruments for VST based sequncers have announced the release of their much-anticipated RM III Rhythm Sampler. The RM III is a, highly flexible, easy-to-use, third-generation VST instrument created specifically for rhythm programming. In comparison with its predecessor the RM2, the RM III contains a host of new features intended to make your music-making more efficient and enjoyable. Special attention has been paid to optimising the RM III's sample engine and graphics library so that it uses very little CPU and system resources. RM III comes with more than 30 drum kits for various styles. find out more at:
  • www.linplug.com/products/RM_III/RM_III.htm Key features
  • VST2.0 plug-in rhythm sampler for PC
  • 18 polyphonic instruments (altogether up to 24 voices, CPU dependent), each with up to 32 samples
  • Mono and stereo sample support, 8 to 32 bit, up to 96 kHz, direct loading capability, WAV, FLoat-WAV and AIFF
  • Variable output assignment from 1 stereo to 18 stereo and mono outs
  • Onboard Compressor, Distortion and Velocity Controlled Filter for each Pad
  • RM 2, RM III, LM-4® and LM-9® drum kit import
  • Amplitude and pitch envelopes, level, tuning and crunchy bit crushing
  • All instruments can play samples over the keyboard
  • switchable Note-Off response
  • Mute and solo switches, “velocity sensitive” trigger pads, activity lights per instrument,
  • a variety of user-definable choke options
  • Sample accurate timing, full VST2 integration
  • Professional user interface, direct access with minimum mouse clicks The full license fee is US$59.00. The upgrade fee for registered RM2 users is US$14.00. Both the full version and the upgrades are available from our shop at
  • www.linplug.com/shop/shop.htm

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