Not that there was anything wrong of course 23/08/00Version 2.03 of the PowerSampler DSP system is now available. Beginning
with this version, PowerSampler now also runs on the Macintosh platform.
The functionality of the Mac and PC versions is identical.
A major new feature of PowerSampler version 2.03 is its ability to sample
at 24-bit or even 32-bit resolution - a first according to Creamware.
Version 2.03 also incorporates a number of minor improvements and
For those who don't already know:
"PowerSampler is a complete studio-grade sampler on a single PCI-card. The
combination of highly sophisticated sampling software and powerful DSP
hardware ensures professional performance and perfect timing. The dedicated
DSP hardware enables PowerSampler to perform without latency while imposing
virtually no load upon the host CPU.
PowerSampler features 32 stereo voices, a 16-channel multi-mode, extensive
editing features including a fully integrated graphical sample editor, and
a 24-channel mixer with chorus and delay effects. Samples and programs in
AKAI S1000 & S3000, Soundfont 2, WAV and AIFF format can be loaded directly
from the computer's internal CD-ROM drive or hard disk."
Inputs and outputs come in the form of four inputs and outputs offering
24-bit / 96 kHz quality (stereo analog and S/PDIF).
With expandabillity coming in the form of the optional ADAT /
Z-Link Expansion, the number of available I/Os can be increased up to 36.
PowerSampler users can download the PC update and the Mac version at
As the DSP hardware is identical for both platforms,
crossgrades can be made at any time at no cost to the user.
The suggested retail price of the PowerSampler system is 649.- US$/EURO