Record your virtual instruments, MIDI instruments and real instrument automatically and create sample libraries for your Sampler.
It's never been easier to create new sample libraries for your sampler. From audio plug-ins to MIDI sound modules, including real instruments or even sound effects, you can record them all. You can even mix them together to create more interesting sounds.
Rated S for Simplicity
Most sampler users never bother to create their own sound libraries. There is a good reason for that. It's a very long and repetitive process that requires a lot of recording, editing and testing. And the results are not always up to expectations.
We designed Samplit with one goal in mind. To simplify the whole process and automate all of the required tasks as much as we can: Automatic sample recording, detection of the beginning and the end of each sample with a security buffer, audio clipping warning, auto-loop, built-in player, sample volume compensation, VCA release time detection...
Rated C for Creativity
At the heart of Samplit, is a new eight track audio mixer. Each track can be assigned to a virtual instrument from your computer or to an audio input from your sound card.
Imagine the kind of sound you can create by layering up to 8 virtual instruments with individual volume, pan, EQ and audio effect! And that's not all. You can even mix virtual instruments and external MIDI instruments...
Great for recording real instruments too
If you are looking to record real instruments, look no further. Samplit has some special features that will make the process much easier. Samplit can generate a reference tone to let you know which note to play or sing. You can also adjust the monitor level independently of the recording level. And if a recording has clipped, Samplit will warn you and let you record the same note again.
____________________________________________ System Requirements
Mac OS X version 10.6.8 and later
Windows XP (32-bit)
Windows 7 (32 and 64-bit)
Windows 8 (32 and 64-bit)
4GB recommended or more when running in 64-bit
The Windows version requires an ASIO™ compatible audio driver. It also works with the free ASIO4ALL driver that you can download at www.asio4all.com
The Mac version works on any soundcard with a CoreAudio driver
A MIDI output device is required to record external MIDI sound modules.
A MIDI input device is required to use the built-in Player.