Vintage Roland CR-8000 Sampled

Precisionsound releases Real CR-8000 for HALion, NI Kontakt, SoundFont, Rx2 & WAV      17/06/09
Vintage Roland CR-8000 Sampled


Precisionsound tell us that Real CR-8000 is the Roland CR-8000 sampled in extreme detail. Here's what they have to say about this new soundset....
We have sampled each sound in up to 16 different single hits. We also programmed rolls when possible to capture the true behavior of the CR-8000 when a sound is rapidly repeated. All hits and rolls have been sampled in both normal and accented versions.
All grooves of the CR-8000 has been recorded in 4 bars and soundgroups are separated, you get both a "mix" loop including all sounds for that particular groove and kick/snare, hihats, cymbals, Congas, Cowbells etc. as separated loops for all grooves in both normal and shuffle versions.
We recorded the grooves in low tempo around 60 BPM.
Real CR-8000 contains:
  • 2 programs for NI Kontakt (variation of single hits as round robin and velocity layers)
  • 3 programs for HALion (variation of single hits mapped in velocity layers)
  • 1 program for SoundFont 16bit (variation of single hits mapped in velocity layers)
  • 227 single hits and rolls in 24bit Mono WAV.
  • 255 24bit Rx2 loops
  • 255 24bit WAV loops
The SoundFont version is fully compatible with NN-XT (Reason), Dimension, EXS-24 and all other samplers that support the SoundFont format on both PC and MAC.
The Rx2 loops could be used in Cubase, Reason, Ableton Live, Stylus RMX and all Rx2 (REX) compatible hosts and players for both MAC and PC.
All formats are included when you buy the SampleSet.
Pricing and Availability:
Real CR-8000 costs $19 (+$11 if you want it on DVD)
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