Samplescience AdLibXRom features the sound of the AdLib Music Synthesizer Card 29/06/16
Samplescience describes AdLibXRom as a plugin instrument featuring the sound of the AdLib Music Synthesizer Card. Famous in the early nineties for being widely used in PC Windows based computers, the AdLib soundcard had a synthesis chip build by Yamaha. This chip was the YM3812, a FM and additive synthesizer which had up to 9 channels of digitally produced sound. Each channel had two oscillators that could be modulated by three different waveforms. The result is what was heard in the computer video games in the first half of the nineties.
AdLibXRom contain 40 multi-sampled sounds produced by the AdLib sound card's YM3812 chip. These royalty-free sounds are presented in audio plugin format (VST & AU) as well as sfz, Kontakt 4, Reason NN-XT, wav & sf2 formats.
Windows VST plugins in both 32 bit and 64 bit format
Mac OS X Universal VST and AU plugins format
Each instrument/sound consist of 3 to 6 sound samples
Compatible with the most popular DAWs on the market: Ableton Live, Cockos Reaper, Steinberg Cubase, FL Studio, Traktion, Mixcraft, Sony Acid, Presonus Studio One, Cakewalk Sonar & Apple Logic Pro.