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  • #1805
    Luis Lucho
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    Good news for DecentSampler lovers, or PC users: I converted 18 EXS24 instruments to DecentSampler! The 5 instruments of last week Pianodrop was EXS24 only, so now you can use all these new sounds into Dave Hilowitz’s free and cross-platform Sampler!

    Here is the list of these 18 instruments:
    Alternate Reality Choir (DS)
    AM Static Voices (DS)
    Baldwin Piano (DS)
    Bass Face (DS)
    C&P Strings and Winds (DS)
    Cassette Mood (DS)
    Finger Muted Ibach (DS)
    Guitar of the Deep (DS)
    Into the Forest (DS)
    Kai Ukulele (DS)
    MegaPortaPad (DS)
    Melodical (DS)
    Otamatone Choir (DS)
    Reverse Piano (DS)
    Robs Stylophonogram (DS)
    Ultra Ambient Pad (DS)
    Vandenhengel Glasspad (DS)
    Wind Chimes (DS)

    Have a nice day!

    #3287
    bo din
    Participant

    Another nice gift to the great unwashed Fred !

    And it is worth mentioning that Dave Hilowitz has updated Decent Sampler again and hopefully cured a problem that affected the volume on one or two libraries, though I am not sure which were affected.

    #3288
    pranic
    Participant

    I think I’m going to need a new SSD in my computer for my Pianobook and Spitfire collections. Already at 1.9TB of content.
    Thank you for all your contributions, Fred!

    #3299
    AuralPalette
    Participant

    Thank you for sharing with the Community.

    #3314
    guildorf
    Participant

    “I think I’m going to need a new SSD in my computer for my Pianobook and Spitfire collections. Already at 1.9TB of content.”

    In case it helps, beyond an SSD’s factory set-aside space for file jockeying, you should probably set aside another 10% for additional scratch-pad space, and another 10% for elbow room to minimize fragmenting large samples. SSD’s have improved lifespans these days, but erring on the side of good luck has it’s benefits. I do the same math on partitions, spinning, and external usb drives, counting them ‘full’ at 80%. Nothing good happens when a drive works overtime for straight-time pay!

    (it is indeed a blessing to have so many great sounds,
    that more drive space is often needed!)
    Cheers

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