The Sounds Of Sega

SMROM Rompler samples the Sega Master System video game console sound chip      04/11/15

The Sounds Of Sega


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SampleScience has released SMROM, a rompler based on the sound of the SN76489 PSG, the sound chip used in the Sega Master System video game console. They tell us that each sound has been carefully multi sampled to sound as authentic as possible.

Features:

  • 45 detailed sounds ranging from arps to leads, basses and sound effects.
  • Noise and sub oscillators.
  • Reverb.
  • LFO Depth/Rate/Destination controls.
  • Pitch Bender/Range controls.Available for Windows 32 bit/64 bit (VST instrument) as well as Mac OS X (VSTi/AUi).


Since SMROM is based on a large set of multi sampled instruments, each plug-in is a 800 megs download. Each instrument takes between 2-30megs of RAM to load.





Pricing and Availability:
$12

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