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Turning VSTs into (multi)samples

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TenebrousTenebrous EnglandPosts: 8
edited January 22 in Deluge

I'd just like to start a discussion on this. I have a Deluge on order, hopefully here by mid/end Feb!

Previously I've worked a lot with Cubase and other DAWs. I have a bunch of VSTs that I love using, but obviously they can't be used as-is on the Deluge, so I would like to convert them to a bunch of WAVs, as simply as possible.

I am currently using a simple VST host:
http://transonic.kohoutech.com/products/auditor/auditor.html

with this sampler:
https://www.discodsp.com/bliss/

which can sample a VST and produce a bunch of WAVs.

Here's an example created in this way: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tqq3wysr0yowynm/LaserHarp.zip?dl=1

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    krunchrkrunchr Mainz, GermanyPosts: 52

    Thanks for the hint :) At least on Mac you don't need any host because Bliss will also be installed as stand-alone app. It's a great value and speeds up multi sampling extremely. Unfortunately, the automatic loop function in Bliss does not always produce useful results. You have often fine-tune the resulting sustain loops which is a time-intensive task.

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    TenebrousTenebrous EnglandPosts: 8

    @krunchr said:
    Thanks for the hint :) At least on Mac you don't need any host because Bliss will also be installed as stand-alone app. It's a great value and speeds up multi sampling extremely. Unfortunately, the automatic loop function in Bliss does not always produce useful results. You have often fine-tune the resulting sustain loops which is a time-intensive task.

    Yeah I imagine I'd have to manually adjust them loops on the Deluge in a lot of cases. At least Bliss speeds up the actual conversion to .wav though.

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