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BeatSkillz SampleX v1.0.0 Regged (WIN OSX)-RET screenshot
Team RET | 03 Jun 2020 | WiN: 24.2MB | OSX: 87.5MB
SampleX brings you accurately modeled vintage sampler emulation. Dial-in the sample rate, bit rate, aliasing, input drive and filter settings to sound like any sampler, or design your own! Multiple sampler emulation presets already included.

In today’s advanced age of music tools that seek the “cleanest”, most “perfect” sounds, there has suddenly been a desire for the “Gritty” sounds of the machines of the past.

Once such quest has been the acquisition of old, primitive samplers and sample drum machines like the EMU SP1200, AKAI s900/950, and others. This has increased the rate of these machines to 10s of thousands of dollars.

The sound that producers and artists seek in these boxes is usually the low bit rates and sample rates resulting in an “aliased” sound or “artifacts” as we now call them. These limitations of the vintage machines have now become very desired and sought after sound. Just sample rate reduction and “Bit crushers” have yet to actually sound like old machines.

Our team at Beatskillz went on a quest to study the actual circuitry and found each and every step right from the A/D converters, preamps, analog and digital filters and processes involved to recreate each stage and bring you a plugin that can not only emulate a sampler but many, and also lets you design your own sampler or vintage chip!

The Sample Rate Interpolation system that we have built in DSP, lets you dial in any sample rate from 96 kHz to 2 kHz. You can also ” type ” in the values!

We have also done a very accurate emulation of a well-known Ladder Filter with Resonance, this gets you the “Warm” Filter sound of a very desired analog synth. We have also carefully emulated the input drive of the S900 to give you all the parameters needed for multiple variations of the sound!

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  Resident 1.04.2015 121
Thanks for the mac release!
  Resident 20.12.2018 24 572
Dial-in the sample rate, bit rate, aliasing, input drive and filter settings to sound like any sampler

So I can sell my Emulators and Rolands?
The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem.
Глаза боятся, а руки делают.
  Member 22.04.2020 3
Not showing on S1
  Member 25.05.2018 61
First of all Thank you !!!

When you enter the Serial Number it works normally, but when you close and open it again it continues Demo Version asking for the Serial Number. I use Mac
  Member 31.08.2017 9
go to component folder open pakage contents/mac os check file samplex open info and then change privialge and put only reed allso in the system! it will work fine
  Member 6.10.2019 6
It's asking for a serial everytime you open a new instance though.
Logic 10.4.8
Mac High Sierra
  Resident 7.07.2016 670
Same problem as above members... Do we need to block Beatskillz?
  Resident 9.10.2016 3 147
No waveform view.!! also where is the emu e6400 ultra `z plane filters`or akai IB-304F 'ProFilter'?? I pass.. LoL "accurately modeled vintage sampler emulation"
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler A.Einstein
  Member 31.01.2017 11 40
The same (even better) results can be achieved with D16 group Decimort2, fellas. Just takes a lil bit of practice and understanding and you'll have a SWEET sound.
  Member 27.11.2016 14
Same as others, Mac version doesn't remember registration. It asks for the license code every time you open a new instance. I looked around trying to find where it's trying to save the code on disk to see if it was something mistakenly being set to read only, but I couldn't find anything.
  Resident 25.12.2017 6 1499
My recommendation for people looking for this "Vintage" sound? Invest in a good saturator (McDSP AC101, PSP Vintage Warmer, Wavesfactory Spectre,) , the Mathieu Demange RX950 Classic AD/DA Converter or, if you really want to break stuff into crunchy-ness, D16's Decimort...or, on a more finessed scale, Klevgrand's DAW Cassette, DAW LP, and Degrader (...and those are just the ones I can think of off the top of my head.)
Thanks for the chance to try this, anyway, RET & Decibelle.
"Rap is a gimmick, but I'm for the Hip Hop, The Culture." - Method Man -
  Member 28.01.2018 2 603
That's a noteworthy list of "soul" plugins for sure, Brah. I've been using Vintage Warmer to "undigitize" and "analogize" my trax for years. HaHa!

But the combination of the Softube Saturation Knob, Tape Emulator, Console Emulator, and iZotope's Vinyl gives me that classic analog sound along with the control to make it subtle or completely dripping with the year "1975".

The first three are ProChannel modules in SONAR or Cakewalk by BandLab and you can put them on EVERY track with relatively NO strain on your CPU. Sometimes I'll swap out the Tape Emulator for Overloud's Gem TAPEDESK or Waves J37 Tape but I have to put them on aux busses and send to them because they're not as CPU-friendly as the Tape Emulator.

Another bonus is the fact that the Tape Emulator has a "Noise" control that simulates tape hiss. By putting TINY amounts of this noise on all or most of the tracks, I can effectively remove the harshness/coldness of the digital signal thereby GREATLY reducing ear fatigue. As I'm sure you know, our ears are used to hearing noise so the noise-free environment of digital audio makes us IRRITABLE and we're often unaware as to WHY we are in a bad mood. I'M trying to leave people in a good mood so this process is VERY important to me.

I rarely use first generation plugins and likewise I'm probably going to wait until they've really dialed this one in. I'm hoping that by version 2.0, this will be some tasty sauce to put in my "Soul Food" productions.
Learn how to make tight, radio-ready mixes with the STOCK plugins in your DAW. After that, THEN you can horde out!
  Resident 25.12.2017 6 1499
I love McDSP's AC202 Tape (and the AC101 is on every track, always,) but Overloud's TapeDesk is definitely a solid plugin, as well u-he's Satin; Slate's Tape isn't bad, but it's certainly not on par with the afore mentioned plugins.
Another few that I forgot to throw in there? Kazrog's True Iron, SKnote's Disto, Black Rooster VPre 73 and VHL-3C, the latter BR plugin being much more than just a HP/LP filter, adding a nice, warm touch to things, especially EP and Bass harmonics.
"Rap is a gimmick, but I'm for the Hip Hop, The Culture." - Method Man -
  Member 10.04.2019 61
quote by The Pirate
Dial-in the sample rate, bit rate, aliasing, input drive and filter settings to sound like any sampler

So I can sell my Emulators and Rolands?

No but you can create your own vst, recreating those badass sounds!
  Member 4.07.2015 290
jus been saving the Serial, which is also easy to memorize to a stick it thing. Not that much of a hassle. similar to serum THANKS for THIS!!
  Member 28.04.2019 314
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  Member 28.04.2019 314
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  Member 14.09.2016 24
Not showing on Studio One 4.6 win10
  Member 26.05.2020 16
Yo, sweet old Skool! Thanks DECiBELLE n' RET!
  Member 21.07.2019 270 1344
I was going to post a request... and it's already available xD

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