4.3 / 5 (7 votes)
PART is a rompler using orchestral samples.
This module is made with Versilian Studios VSCO2 CE sample library and packed with plenty of tools and funcionalities to enable you to create unlimited number of unique sounds.
97 samplemaps, 3 LFO's, 14 filter types. FX section with compressor, saturator, degrade, delay and reverb to further tailor the sound to your needs and taste.
Also features a 32 step arpeggiator.
Save and load presets from the library browser which includes over 100 of factory presets.
Win 32 VST
Win 64 VST
I can't seem to get the linux version working in Linux reaper. The plugin scans but doesn't appear in the list of plugins. This is not a rating, but more a warning for anyone else interested in using this with linux reaper (the plugin itself if good).
(5 / 5)
Very nice sounding plugin.
(5 / 5)
Again another top notch tool from that developer! The samples inside are dope. Many options to manipulate them for your needs and style. I like the arpeggiator and step sequencer concept. Runs stable and with low CPU. Try it.
(4 / 5)
Hey! It's quite nice instruments library. Big thanks for the Linux versions of plugins.
Is there a way to get the x64 version working? When I open it up I get an error saying "The sample directory does not exist", is there a fix? When I open the x86 version though it works fine
Have you tried to open the settings panel and click on the "change sample folder location" and point it to extracted sample folder the you use on the 32bit version?
(5 / 5)
If you need orchestral samples and want to manipulate them, this is your software. A very powerful sample with great effects and appegiator as well. All for free!
(4 / 5)
This is some kind of "parquet on the floor", you can't call it anything else, although it sounds like normal. Where have the artists gone? Previously, such plugins and tools were beautiful. Now it's a square, and there are four stripes with twirlers in it, and that's it: - OOOh, that's a miracle....
(2 / 5)
CUI. On startup, the sample folder was specified in an unnatural directory. A lot of English messages appeared, and I introduced it interactively. Loading the sound source in the DAW was a long time. It loaded the entire tone into memory. I don't want this to happen. Then, when I played it back, the sound was noise. Tested with REAPER 32 bit. UI is bad. Too many colors of hues are used. There is almost no difference between light and dark. The basis of visual design is shades of white, black, and gray. In addition to that, specify colors only for emphasis areas. Small area. There are no icons or intuitive controls. Only bar graphs and text. Very small text. There appears to be no undo function. This problem is noticeably more common in the DAW and VST industries. Take a look at the operation screen of Photoshop or Illusrator once. I think it would be better to use Tx16Wx with the VPO soundfont loaded.
(5 / 5)
Excelente, sonidos de calidad y bastante cantidad de preset y efectos para probar. Recomendado.-