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  • #991810
    AvatarMatthew Oliver
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    Hello guys!

    I hope this finds everyone safe and well!

    Is there a way that I can search the Piano Book sample library based on the sampling platform?

    Being a lowly, moneyless peasant that I am, I currently use Reaper for my DAW and have not yet invested in Kontakt. I have decent sampler and really enjoyed Mr henson’s family piano sample using that, but how can I find other instruments that use that platform?

    I know I could build samples using the raw data, but I am really not very good at it.

    many thanks!

    Matt

    #992200
    bo dinbo din
    Participant

    I think it is planned as a Keyholder did actually post that there wasn’t a tab for it at the moment.

    There aren’t that many decent sampler instruments on the site that I recall and as I have Kontakt 5 & 6, I never actually bothered taking any notice of the libraries for Decent Sampler, so I may easily have missed some.

    Here are the Decent Sample Libraries that I am aware of on Pianobook;
    Pianos
    AUTUMN PIANO
    FAMILY GRAND
    YAMAHA C3

    Stringed Instruments
    SLINKY VIOLIN

    And of course the few freebies on Dave Hilowitz’s own site that you probably know about if you have Decent Sampler;
    https://www.decentsamples.com/
    Box Violin Sustains & Swells
    Banjo Ukelele
    Dave Choir
    Gourd Kalimba

    Anyone know anymore ?

    #1001992
    markusmarkus
    Participant

    Yesterday I finished my sampler instrument “Klimpa” for Decent Sampler.
    You can get it here:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/800rmtt3nn3ocaa/Klimpa_DS.zip?dl=1

    #1002484
    AvatarSid
    Participant

    Winter Voices is also available in Decent Sampler version

    #1005897
    AvatarMatthew Oliver
    Participant

    Thanks so much all of you for your responses, really appreciate this.

    I’ll be sure to check out all of these samples. Take care everyone! 🙂

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