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Here's a bunch of multisample instrument presets made with TAL Sampler and SampleRobot!
99 of 'em ✨
In other words, I sampled a bunch of synth and sampler-samples from a sampler VST which emulates the sound of oldschool samplers, using an auto-multisampling tool 😂
I.e. I heard you like samples dawg, so I put some multisamples on your resampled samples to put in your sampler!
Be warned though, its pretty large, 5,7GB's...
Its a nice collection of all kinds of instruments, with a lofi flavor to it. Mostly using the Emu II vintage DAC mode in TAL.
There's some Alpha Juno, ARP Oddyssey, ARP2600, various Moogs, Prophet5, Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Hammond organs, Mellotron, some Fairlight CMI instruments etc.
Cool stuff! Turn your Deluge into a ROMpler.
I recommend playing these with a velocity sensitive controller.
To use the presets, put the folder called TAL multisamples in a folder named Multisamples inside your main SAMPLES folder on the SD card, whether you have one already or need to create one.
I.e. the filepath should be: SAMPLES\ Multisamples\ TAL multisamples (the folder in the download).
Then put the preset XML files in the SYNTHS folder into your own SYNTHS folder on your SD.
About TAL Sampler:
"TAL-Sampler is not just a sample player. It's a full featured analog modeled synthesizer with a sampler engine as sound source.
It's possible to choose between different digital analog converters (DAC's) to get the vintage sound of different hardware samplers inside your DAW. We don't make cheap bit crushing or decimation on the output signal. We really down-sample the sample to the desired sampling frequency, then process the data depending on the chosen DAC and up-sample it to the desired pitch."
"SampleRobot is your personal automatic sound library creator. It’s ideal for musicians and sound designers alike. The auto-sampling process easily turns your instruments into high quality multisample sets that can be used with your studio's hardware and software samplers. Create your own pro libraries in a jiffy."
Brought to you by me and the awesome Ron Cavagnaro: big ass orchestral multisample (and other samples) library with heaps of different articulations in readily Deluge-MULTi-loadable folders
Here's what the folder naming means:
- 1 is lower velocity samples, 2 is higher, and so on.
- For example 1-2 or 2-2 means round robin variation 2
There's also ready-made presets (XML files) if you wanna get right to playing and skip the sound design
It's FREE, open use, public domain. Go grab it!
Place the samples folder ("Ron VSCO-2-CE-master") in the following filepath on your SD card: SAMPLES/ Multisamples/ Ron VSCO-2-CE-master
(If you don't have a folder called specifically "Multisamples" in your SAMPLES folder, create one.)
Drop the XML files for the presets in your SYNTHS folder
Here's a big bunch of Rickenbacker bass guitar multisamples, made by Michael J Bulaw Jr, and organized into instrument presets by me.
He has meticulously sampled both his old, worn and deep sounding strings, and also a set of new and fresh ones!
There are all kinds of articulations and sounds, including plucks, picks, pops, slaps, harmonics, slides and noises.
In addition I processed a few sample-sets with some SP-1200 lo-fi vibes.
I've made ready patches from all the sample sets to load straight on your Deluge - instructions for loading and folder structure
etc. (simple) are included.
There's a multitude of variations, some with a bit of FX and so on. The patches with !! in the name have velocity layers.
Shout outs to Michael AKA Too Mere for making this happen!
Here's a link to his spotify:
and his youtube channel!:
Same as shared on the fb groups: Lots of multisamples from a Moog Voyager, including basic waveforms to use in the Deluge synth engine, as well as some patches,
with loop points and all of that stuff.
I've organized it into readily loadable folders for multisample instrument creation on the Del, with numbered ones for the patches that have several velocity layers. There's also finished XML presets if you don't wanna create them yourself
As analog sounding as the D is gonna get!
Place the samples folder ("Moog Voyager") in the following filepath on your SD card:
SAMPLES/ Multisamples/ Moog Voyager
(If you don't have a folder called specifically "Multisamples" in your SAMPLES folder, create one).
And put the XML's in your SYNTHS folder!
Here's a link to Adventure Kid's huge collection of single-cycle waveforms to load into the Deluge as a synth, by switching the sample playback mode to loop.
Quote DocRompler underneath here regarding instructions for use with Deluge:
1. Set one or both oscillators to "sample"
2. Select any of the waveforms as the sample
3. Set the sample mode to "Loop"
4. Transpose the oscillator down 2 semitones and 2 cents, or up 10 semitones
5. Turn the volume of the oscillator down to about 25 as these waveforms tend to overdrive the amp. This is especially true if they're used polyphonically.
If u benefit from it, consider supporting his hard work and the fact that's he's giving these out for free
A collection of multisamples from my Minitaur - the bas(s)ic oscillators, and a few patches
Separate folders of samples ready to load into multisample instruments on the Deluge.
There's also ready-made preset XML's.
Samples filepath: SAMPLES/ Multisamples/ Minitaur Multisamples/ Basic
Dude. Synthstrom isn't like those big companies. They are not in a rush
People have been asking for a "Deluge 2" for some time. And Synthstrom has stated that they are not interested in making another hardware device before they've polished what we already have to the utmost.
They don't want to be a company with multiple devices just to sell more, or putting out mk2's before the mk1's have all their bugs sorted out etc. etc.
There's ONE developer only. He wants to focus on one thing at a time, and master what already is before trying to make something new.
There's only one DAC i.e. the headphone can't be independent from the main out.
However, you can output clicks with a gate output to headphones - make a kit track with a gate row (hold an audition pad, press CV button), input notes and extend them unto each other to make the clicks sound best.
Important information on our new focus on these forums and the temporary removal of feature requests
Cheers to the future - and being grateful for here & Now
Just revisiting this idea - I tried renaming the file syth000.xml and the deluge still booted to a blank file like usual. Is there any other thing I can do so my deluge boots into a custom song template?
Don't rename the SYNT000.xml, edit it and overwrite it. SYNT000 is what the Deluge loads by default as the first preset/ patch. Simply replace it with your own patch of choice, same name.
Does that make sense?