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ADSR Sounds Sample Manager v1.5.1 VST/AU/AXX x64 x86 WiN/MAC [FREE] screenshot
FREE | 30 April 2020 | 25.9/25.4 MB
A Smart Sample Management Tool.
ADSR Sample Manager makes your entire sample library searchable with smart and custom tags. Preview any sample in your local library or purchased on ADSR in the context of your track (BPM and/or key synced) using MIDI or drag audio directly to your project. Now available for VST/AU/AAX and standalone.

Updated to version 1.5

The optimal starting point for every production session, ADSR Sample Manager makes organizing, finding and auditioning samples refreshingly simple.

The most effective way to access all your samples at once, ADSR Sample Manager keeps your project in the flow. Work in standalone or keep all the action right in your DAW with the plugin. Search all your local samples or your purchased ADSR samples in the cloud by type, genre, bpm or key. Best of all… it’s FREE!

ADSR Sample Manager features
• Automatically tags all your samples in a flash
• All your samples (local or cloud) searchable in an instant
• Standalone or VST/AU/AAX
• Hear samples in the context of your music with MIDI input
• Sync key and BPM to preview samples in context
• ADSR Account integration – browse your purchased samples in the cloud, preview in real time and download what you need.
• Ableton LINK – sync your loops and one-shots with others using multiple devices running • Link-enabled software / mobile apps
• Tag by sound type, genre or label
• Detect duplicate samples
• Drag samples directly into your project (raw or processed)
• Key detection and transpose to key
• Use multiple instances directly in your project
• Loops sync to your project tempo
• Quantised start points
• Trim sample start and end points
• Play samples forward, reverse or ping pong
• Order by sample info : type, key, bpm, tag, length, file size and date
• Save your favourite sounds and searches
• Use with services like Splice, Noiiz and Loopcloud
• Instant inspiration with the random button
• Unlock your sample library and find the perfect sound

Ever gotten half way through a track and wished you’d tried a different sound? Do you feel like half your production time is lost to sorting through sample folders and files? Do you even really know what sounds you actually have in your current sample library?

Forget empty promises made at midnight that one day you’re going to clean up your hard drive. Download ADSR Sample Manager – it’s free and it works.

New features in ADSR Sample Manager 1.5 (released Feb 2020)
• Sample manipulation controls: HP/LP filters, fade in and out, gain, normalize and meter
• Zoom waveform with snapping for start / end points (zero crossing and note division)
• Looped previews with quantized start points
• Ableton LINK enabled – Join the same network and sync your loops and one-shots with others using multiple devices running Link-enabled software / mobile apps
• ADSR Account Integration: login and browse your purchased sample packs. Search and preview samples from the cloud like you would your local library. Listen in sync with your track (key/bpm) – download everything or just what you need.
• New sample info columns: length, file size and date added, with the ability to show/hide what you need.
• New genre and label tag types. Find the right sound at the right time.
• Dragging into your DAW renders the sample with all of your selected settings (fades, tempo etc) or drag the raw sample by user choice
• Midi mappable controls; random/random back, filters, fades, gain
AAX Support
• Duplicate sample detection with hide duplicate function
• Resizeable waveform display (drag up and down to resize) with added retina support
• Collapsible left panel and reduced minimum size allowed
• Various performance improvements and bug fixes

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  Banned 3.08.2012 75 17893
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  Resident 12.03.2014 565
Do you have any idea how many files a free app like this can digest, before starting 'chugging', slowing down, etc etc.

Many audioz fellows, who like to collect sample libraries, can easily have several million files, shared across multiple drives, lan, etc

Those million samples can easily destroy an app... I'm curious...

Otherwise, as the default audio file viewer/ player, this app could be useful, to quickly preview a file, view its waveform, etc, by simply doubleclicking a file.
  Member 24.03.2017 2
There is "normal people" and there is "AudioZ people".
  Resident 17.04.2012 454
this app is a crap, it scan everything tagging everything meaningless like maschine, massive or serum, but can't even separate the sub folders, if you need preview samples fast fl studio and studio one are best only need 1 click without time wasting tagging.
the things in the world doesn't classifiable in free or paid, low or high price, the only 2 things in the world is good or bad.
  Member 25.10.2019 98
instead of calling this anyway Free Software "crap" and appear like an angry kid here on the forum, simply dont use it ?

ever thought about that ? and not that i expect a mature reply ....
  Resident 23.12.2009 2 1148
it has realtime pitchshifted playback, thats one great features. Another is favourites.
I wish there would be favourite lists.
  Member 22.12.2011 79
this is a awsome app
you need your FX folders orginised
that way you can select multiple folders , Drum FX, Sound FX ect
  Member 27.07.2015 98
Because of the unique tagging this software does, you will find yourself using a lot of samples you didn't know you even had in the categories. Thus widening your creative process. I don't use it all the time but a very useful tool when you hit a writing roadblock.
  Resident 23.12.2009 2 1148
one big question is, how to create favourites fast and creats sets of millions of samples.
Alone to listen to all of them takes weeks
  Member 16.02.2017 4
I have 300k files and it starts to get pretty laggy. When i use the random button it takes 1/2 sec for it to work. But it's pretty damn great to search and catalogue your files. Just watch out for the size of the db file if you have a lot of samples ahaha.
  Member 29.12.2018 32
Are these 300k files on SSD?
Thyme wounds all heals
  Resident 27.08.2013 522
No idea but mine is chugging very slow. Not really a great app. Yes I have quite a few samples.
  Member 6.03.2020 36
this app is currently useless , its idea is great but it has many bugs
  Member 25.10.2019 98
Sononym and ADSR should be standard Browsers in every modern DAW..

Instead modern DAW´s have Browsers that still feel like they are from 1998 ..

Good Browsers in DAW´s are so important meanwhile but there is just crap compared to ADSR and Sonoym for example...

Even Studio One´s Browser sucks its not even possible to un-DOCK the S1 browser to put it on another monitor.... At least un-docking the Browser should be possible in 2020

Thanks to Sononym and ADSR i cant replace the terrible DAW browser and use them both on the right Monitor..
  Resident 23.12.2009 2 1148
yeh indeed, and stupid behavior that when you drag one sample from studioones browser to impakt you have to double click teh next sample to be able to play it . stupid
  Resident 17.04.2012 454
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  Member 25.10.2019 98
You complain, you cry, you are disgusting your provoking others for using stuff you dont like......

i wont reply more than this to unintelligent subjects ...

can you even solve this ? >> 1+4+5= ?
  Resident 23.12.2009 2 1148
+1 looks like he is just an angry stupid kid, who has no clue what is is talking about, I bet he even haven't tried anything besides his pirated studio one
  Resident 23.12.2009 2 1148
 the studio one still has best class of sample browser in the market

What's your damage ?
actually I love StudioOne and use it daily. I love MusicLoops and its fast prelisten, but StudioOnes browser is less good than Resonic ;) And regarding ADSR Sample manager, try to trigger samples at different pich via MIDI in S1's browser.

and whats yo
  Moderator 21.01.2012 1256 11824
@ m9cao (and scorpiano) Insulting a member is not allowed here.
  Resident 23.12.2009 2 1148
thank you !
  Member 29.12.2018 32
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Thyme wounds all heals
  Member 18.10.2019 71
I use Loopcloud unpaid. Works great. You can preview 2 sample in sync with your DAW at a time. It auto pitch shifts samples into key if you want, you can chop loops, sequence drums and add some FX all from within the interface. Drag processed or unprocessed loops into your DAW when ready. Searching is super fast. My entire library is about 2TB and it's working great. Initial scan of my library took about half a day, after that, smooth sailing. Hands down the most useful free software I've come across. Sononym is great too but the lack of integration with your DAW makes it much less useful IMHO.
  Member 14.03.2017 32 205
No doubt. I have 1,3 Tb samples in my HDD and with this soft suck. But with loopcloud is really fast. Not the first time, it's true, but after the first scan is great! ;)
  Member 19.08.2015 27
It's worth it to me to just read the horrible 'whatever language' to English translations of aggressive responses that happen here.

Thank you for the drop.
  Member 5.01.2020 19
much appreciated, i was just looking for a browser other than stock Ableton. Seems to work ok on my set up.
  Member 22.12.2011 79
Im on Windows 10 & Pro tools 12.5 and updated to this version when it came out and it comes up with errors so i rolled back to 1.5.0 that seems stable for me
  Resident 31.07.2017 43
Loopcloud does the same thing, maybe even more!? You can edit the samples on the plugin itself then drag that over to your DAW.

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