These multisamples were originally recorded as part of a set of base sounds for use in a ROMpler-type synth I made years ago. That synth is no longer available, but here’s 25 of the SFZ’s that were included. A bunch of these came from a Juno 106 I no longer have, a few others came from my K2000S, and the rest came from various other sources.
25 SFZ-format multisamples, 844MB .rar download, 1.1GB uncompressed. Download link:
Free to use as you wish in projects, but not to be redistributed as-is without permission. This link will expire in a week, and may or may not get re-posted.
If you need an SFZ player, I recommend Plogue’s free sforzando:
The latest edition of Obscure Audio Software:
In this edition of Obscure Audio Software, we’ll be taking a look at a free and open-source loop machine called Giada that is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux called Giada. The developers call it “your hardcore loop machine” and describe it as “a free, minimal, hardcore audio tool for DJs, live performers and electronic musicians”.
A little something created with an Android app:
Just a little ditty I put together for fun in the Nanoloop app for Android. Uses only the synths, though Nanoloop can also use samples. If you’re not familiar, it’s a relatively simple (but fun) tracker-type sequencer with built-in synths and a sampler and a chiptune feel (it started as a GameBoy thing).