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Orion Sound Module: Free Rompler

SampleScience

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I hope I'm posting this in the right section of the forum. If not, let me know! :)



I've just released a free rompler instrument called Orion Sound Module. The idea behind the Orion Sound Module plugin is to provide a rompler based on public domain samples that can be used to create royalty-free loops. At first, I made the plugin for my own loop production but decided to share it with the world in the spirit of giving back to the community that gave me so much. The result is a 3gigs rompler full of great sounds that cover the basics: pianos, basses, percussion, world instruments, analogue synthesizers and modular synthesis.

Orion Sound Module sports a simple and intuitive interface made to be easy to work with. The plugin is perfect to sketch out ideas before using bigger libraries that can tax the RAM and CPU very quickly!

In the future, expansion packs will be available featuring a variety of sounds to be use either for the creation of looped content or music tracks.

Audio demo:

Available as a Windows VST plugin (32/64 bit) and Universal VST/AU for Mac OSX plugins.

Download: http://www.samplescience.ca/2016/01/orion-sound-module.html

IF you find a bug, a bad loop or badly tuned notes, let me know by email: [email protected]

I've processed a lot of samples for this project and did my best to make them ready to use without any problems, but I'm human and it's always possible for me to make mistakes. Hopefully everything is fine!

Thanks!
 

alanb

Senior Member
Looks intriguing.

What is the Z_Only_Windows_32-64bit_VST_Plugin and does one need it in addition to the Orion_Sound_Moudle_Windows_VST_64bit ?
 
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SampleScience

SampleScience

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Looks intriguing.

What is the Z_Only_Windows_32-64bit_VST_Plugin and does one need it in addition to the Orion_Sound_Moudle_Windows_VST_64bit ?
It was for people who wanted bought the 32 bit and 64 bt windows plugins without having to download the sample bank with it each time.

I've just updated the plugin with new sounds and fixed typos and loop points errors. It now has 97 instruments included. Since the samples are from the public domain, it sounds a bit retro, which I'm sure some people will like, others will probably hate.

I've made new demos showcasing the new sounds:


It should give you a good idea of what to expect. I've also added the instrument list on the plugin's page:

http://www.samplescience.ca/2016/01/orion-sound-module.html
 
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