Soundcells Simple Sampling ReFill Updated

US Version 4 adds combinator and NNXT patches based on 300 MB of new samples      24/04/14

Soundcells Simple Sampling ReFill Updated


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Soundcells says that Simple Sampling is your best friend if you are looking for classic old-school sampled sounds instead of huge patches built by hundreds of individual samples. They tell us that patches are super-fast loading, CPU-friendly and full of 'retro' character.

A spokesperson told us, "A lot of great instruments were sampled to get the stunning result: Rhodes Mark 1, Doepfer MS404, Supernova 2, microKORG, Nord Modular G2x, Yamaha VL1, Yamaha SY99, Kawai K5000 and more."

Version 4 adds combinator & NNXT patches based on 300 MB of new samples.

Simple Sampling contains:

  • 176 combinator patches
  • A note by note (a2 - e4) sampled and looped original Stylophone including it´s typical release click
  • The modules folder contains the basic NNXT patches which were used to build the combinators
  • 9 demo tracks in Reason format


Pricing and Availability:
19.90 EUR.
This update is free for owners of any previous full version.

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