3Sampler is a WAV / SFZ / OGG sampler for those who want to save their resources using only 3 samples.
- Boxes with a visual audio profile for samples.
- Easy allocation for notes range and root note.
- Graphical visualization for each note played by velocity and time.
- Note position view.
- Attack and Release.
- On/off button.
- The possibility of multiplying the semitones interval - unique feature.
- Pan position setting.
- Pan alternate - a unique and very useful service which give you dynamics of stereo to your music.
- Reverse and loop buttons.
- Can be used for drums, pluck, keys, leads and pads.
- Can load sfz files with a maximum of three samples.
Win 32 VST
Win 64 VST
Mac OSX VST
Mac OSX AU
(1 / 5)
Don't recognize on my mac. Bad plug-in.
(5 / 5)
Perfect mini sampler
(3 / 5)
This sampler is useful for certain purposes. Great for those single note samples you have laying around. It would be far more useful if it had sample start, ADSR envelope and some simple filters. Also, a means to save and load the sounds! Maybe a pro versions that loads more than 3 samples?
(5 / 5)
Great little sampler that's simple to work with. Thank you Saschart!
(3 / 5)
И как с этим работать? Умбц - ца ца... Где остальное? Этими тремя сэмплами на похоронах играть только...
Подмешивать к другому сэмплеру, например
(5 / 5)
Awesome sampler! It is capable of playing 3 samples at once, so a kind of simple, but very powerful multi-layering. Unfortunately, it could not play SFZ-patches during my tests, but handled WAV and OGG perfectly. And a little, but not crucial bug: the sampler has "attack" knob at 0.8 by default - it makes samples silenced, so just turn "attack" at 0.0 in order to hear samples without problems. I am playing with old sample packs (AKAI, E-Mu Phatt and etc.) via this sampler, getting somewhat "Boards of Canada"/post-rock/ambient sounds. FUNNY!
Oh really? I was hoping this will be a good SFZ player :( That's sucks. I guess I'll wait for the update.
I found that it played a strings sfz ok , though with instant decay so that when looped it had a gated effect. It didn't play my laptop harp sfz at all, even when I reduced the attack to 0. I'll try with the individual wav samples and see. I think the sampler is geared more towards drums than chromatic instruments.
Okay so I checked it out and it works great for sfz. If you load the sfz file and you don't hear anything, in the root key selection box move that green box to the side and extend the gray one all the way to the left and right first covering the whole box. After that you can toy around the with the green box for correct trigger. I tested it on 10 different instrument sfz files and they all worked.
I tried to check this out but I found out my lapharp sfz wasn't loading at all so it's probably a corrupted file and nothing wrong with the sampler.
Don't forget that it only loads 3 samples, even sfz is a max of 3 samples.
Yeah you're better of using Zampler RX