Sidsonic Libraries Open Online Shop

Fresh multisample sets to be available 24/7      20/04/10
Sidsonic Libraries Open Online Shop


sidsonic libraries have been in touch to tell us that their new Online Shop is up and running. They say that, offering high quality, a steadily growing database and the possibility to buy in a selective way, this shop keeps musicians and sounddesigners hooked up with professional multisample sets for own creative ideas. Here's more of what they have to say...
sidsonic libraries - Online Shop
The sidsonic libraries Online Shop stocks musicians and sounddesigners up with fresh multisample sets twenty-four-seven. Whenever a new idea or some extra flavour is needed, this is the place to go!
As always with sidsonic libraries, the Online Shop is all about quality. 24Bit / 96Khz sound material, several velocity layers and of course only high-end equipment for sound generation, processing and recording guarantee versatility and expressive playability.
Divided in categories like Bass, Pad or Lead, navigation through the samplepacks as well as the selection of the right sounds is a breeze. You don't need a whole samplepack but just a few of the sounds? - Then go for just them and buy a subpack containing the multisample sets you are really about to use!
A steadily growing database of modern to totally weird samplepacks enshures permanent supply with new material while low prices will keep the wallet happy. For easy handling all multisamplesets are premapped in Native Instruments' Kontakt- (.nki) and Apples' EXS-format (.exs).
More information and some freebies:

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