The Independence Sampler Workstation is a collection of sample instruments for professional film music, electronic music productions, sound design and live performances.
Samplitude Pro X3 includes more than 12 GB of content. Samplitude Pro X3 Suite offers an impressive 70 GB premium sound database, including drums, percussion, acoustic, bass and electric guitars, pop wind instruments, saxophones, synthesizers, a complete symphony orchestra and many more instruments.
This concert grand is impressive with its large dynamic range and detailed, authentic sound.
An authentic accordion sound for adding folky dynamics or a French touch to your compositions. But it's also fantastic for creating more modern sounds and beats.
The classic sounds of the Vintage Organ bring you back to the heart of the 60s and 70s. It stands out with funk & jazz-inspired sounds that are characterized by their precise and realistic sound.
An impressive synthesizer based on the sound of analog classics. The unmistakable sound makes it perfect for winning lead melodies.
This orchestral string instrument introduces stylish accents to classical music productions. The String Ensemble guarantees an authentic sound – but it can also be used to create dance productions, soundtracks and pop arrangements, thanks to various features such as the noise controller, editable play styles (tremolo, legato, pizzicato, etc.) and electronic distortion.
"Velocity Dynamics" is a real-time effect for MIDI data which allows you to edit the attack dynamics of the MIDI notes. Adjust the MIDI velocity to the connected synthesizer by compressing or expanding the velocity strength of the selected event.
The MIDI editor integrates different editors, views, ranges, and tools. For example, a piano roll, drum editor, score editor, controller editor (e.g. velocity, MIDI volume, etc.), and an event list are all available. You can also specifically set and change any parameter such as velocity, sustain, and other effects. MIDI quantization is also possible without any additional steps.
The beginning of notes, note length and pitch are all precisely displayed in the piano roll. You can copy, move, lengthen, shorten and play back all notes here.
The Drum Editor is an alternative version of the piano roll, specifically for programming drum parts. Transfer note settings to other channel strips and quantize individual elements or assign them a new (MIDI) output channel.
The editor can be operated in two different modes:
The matrix mode displays notes with standard parameters such as the beginning of the note, note length and pitch.
The cell mode allows you to adjust the width of notes and define a view quantize grid per instrument.
From idea to finished score: Music notation in Samplitude Pro X3 displays MIDI data as notes in real time.
When you edit the piano roll, all changes are displayed right in the score. And vice versa, edits to notes in the score are transferred to the MIDI editor.
Individual notations can be selected by clicking on them, and you can also edit pitch, velocity and length in the parameters. When your composition is finished, you can easily print the data as sheet music.