Sampler Mono - Klangerzeuger Mono
Detailed: LSP Klangerzeuger Mono - Sampler Mono (KZ1M)
Formats: LV2, LinuxVST, JACK
Categories: Instrument, Simulator
Developer: Vladimir Sadovnikov
This plugin implements single-note MIDI sample player with mono input and mono output. There are up to eight samples available to play for different note velocities.
- Bypass - hot bypass switch, when turned on (led indicator is shining), the plugin does not affect the input signal.
'MIDI Setup' section:
- Channel - the MIDI channel to trigger notes.
- Note - the note and the octave of the note to trigger.
- Muting - when enabled, turns off any playback when the Channel Control MIDI message is received.
- MIDI # - the MIDI number of the note.
- Mute - the button that forces the playback to turn off.
- Sample # - the selector of the current displayable/editable sample.
- Head cut - the time to be cut from the beginning of the current sample.
- Tail cut - the time to be cut from the end of the current sample.
- Fade in - the time to be faded from the beginning of the current sample.
- Fade out - the time to be faded from the end of the current sample.
- Makeup - the makeup gain of the sample volume.
- Pre-delay - the time delay between the MIDI note has triggered and the start of the sample's playback
- Listen - the button that forces the sample playback of the selected sample
'Sample matrix' section:
- Enabled - enables/disables the playback of the corresponding sample.
- Active - indicates that the sample is loaded, enabled and ready for playback.
- Velocity - the maximum velocity of the note the sample can trigger. Allows to set up velocity layers between different samples.
- Gain - the additional gain adjust for the corresponding sample.
- Listen - the button that forces the playback of the corresponding sample.
- Note on - indicates that the playback event of the correponding sample has triggered.
'Audio channel' section:
- Dynamics - allows to randomize the output gain of the samples.
- Time drifting - allows to randomize the time delay between the MIDI Note On event and the start of the sample's playback.
- Dry amount - the gain of the input signal passed to the audio inputs of the plugin.
- Wet amount - the gain of the processed signal.
- Output gain - the overall output gain of the plugin.