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I haven’t checked it out but bandlab has a sampler that now comes with the daw.  I wonder if it is a vsti and could be used with cakewalk?  Or whether it will be imported?

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Which in turn is a stripped down version of anything we'd have called a sampler post-20th century.

 

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13 minutes ago, bitflipper said:

Which in turn is a stripped down version of anything we'd have called a sampler post-20th century.

 

But for the youngsters on Bandlab it is a fantastic sampler ;)  Then when they get hooked and come into a full-featured DAW and VSTi's they will be like "What do you mean I need 1TB hard drive just for my instrument sounds" 

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2 minutes ago, InstrEd said:

...they will be like "What do you mean I need 1TB hard drive just for my instrument sounds" 

And "how do I plug it into my iPhone?"

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11 minutes ago, bitflipper said:

And "how do I plug it into my iPhone?"

Oh for that my young lad I can not help you as I don't to Apple 😆

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1 hour ago, bitflipper said:

Which in turn is a stripped down version of anything we'd have called a sampler post-20th century.

 

Koala is actually very functional for what it's designed for. It is basically an app version of an sp404. Koala's functionality in sonar would have went a long way in making it more useful to modern pop production.  It's not kontakt, but kontakt is useless for what koala does despite being exponentially more powerful.

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And just for clarity, I did not mean that as a slight. I think the target market that the sampler in bandlab is aimed at it is awesome. It's very intuitive and nice for found sound type work

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2 hours ago, Alan Tubbs said:

Since I haven’t really mucked with it, I guess it isn’t what we need for cakewalk. 

It has potential but as is, is more effective for mobile imo.  Like much of bandlab, it favors convenience and ease of use over power user features. 

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The Bandlab sampler is online only.  The samples you create with the sampler can be used in Cakewalk by Bandlab.

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I'm using it in camp today for a "found sound' project. My son and i have been listening to too much John cage lol

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