Sampling on the Sonicware SmplTrek

US Pre-orders open for end of year release      31/08/22

The Sonicware SmplTrek is a new sampler fresh off the back of Kickstarter funding and open for pre-orders which will be out at the end of the year. The unit has tonnes of features and the video above shows how to record and store samples. A lowdown on the features can be found below:

Easy Sampling

  • One-touch sample recording. -
  • Auto-slicing can quickly split samples across the pads. -
  • Time-stretching can adjust a sample's tempo to match your song. -
  • Pitch-changing functions can keep your samples in key.

Flexible Song-making

  • Each song project has 16 scenes. One scene contains: -
  • 10 sequencer tracks -
  • 3 additional audio tracks for longer recordings such as vocals or guitar

Effortless Music Streaming

  • With a single USB cable connected to your smartphone or PC/Mac, you can stream full-quality audio to audiences all over the internet.

Massive Sample Libraries -

  • Find inspiration for your next song with: -
  • 500+ high-quality sample sounds and 36 internal DSP effects. -
  • Import your own sounds with a SD car

Versatile Connectivity -

  • Can accept input from a variety of equipment: Dynamic Microphones, Electric Guitar/Bass, General Line-level audio devices, PC/Mac and smartphones via USB. It can also synchronize playback with many musical instruments using MIDI and audio sync.

The pre order price is $399.99. For more details and to order one, head over to their site:


About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.

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