Recently I’ve become mildly obsessed with sounds that are somewhat chaotic yet beautiful at the same time. I wanted to try and recreate this feeling in my own music and decided since I’ve never created a sampler instrument before, it was about time I had a go at it.
The samples were made using my Fender Telecaster I’ve had since I was 14. Moving in minor thirds from C3 to C6, I recorded 12 takes on each note playing tremolo at random and inconsistent speeds. I recorded this directly into my audio interface, adding some in the box processing.
For me the instrument sounds best with a few tweaks to the envelope and a splash of reverb. I’ve made two versions of the instrument, one normal and one with the samples duplicated and panned to create a wider stereo image.
I had a lot of fun making this and I hope it can be useful for someone.
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Everything on this website is very realistic. I used one of the pianos on an outro for one of my beats and it sounds as if I was present in the room where the piano samples were created. It is as if you were playing the piano in real life.
Dreamy goodness! Hard to not be inspired with something this beautiful. Thank you!
Such a solid and useful texture. Thanks for making this.
Absolutely amazing; Thanks !!!
This is the best guitar plug-in I’ve heard thus far. Perfect for the things I create and can be applied in many ways. Great job!