DiscoDSP's releases Bliss 1.0
DiscoDSP's Bliss software sampler is now out of Beta and the first official release version is now available.
A 32/64-bit VSTi/AU compatible instrument, the final version of DiscoDSP's Bliss offers up to 64 voices polyphony, 7 built-in effects and filters and is able to import many formats of samples (including .WAV/ .BWF/ .AIFF/ .AIF/ .FLAC/ .OGG/ .MP2/ .AMR/ .AC3/ .QT/ .ADTS/ .MP3/ .M4R/ .3GP/ .MPA/ .SD2/ .MPEG/ .M4A/ .MP4/ .MOV/ .SND/ .AIFC/ .CAF/ .M4B/ .3G2/ .MP1/ .AAC/ .AU) and programs (.AKP /.EXS/ .SFZ/ .DLS/ .SF2/ .XRNI). Programs can also be exported as .SFZ/ZBP programs, ZBB banks (24-bit lossless FLAC) or Encrypted ZBP and ZBB, and samples as 16 or 24-bit .WAV.
Bliss is available now for $99/€89. More detailed features are available at DiscoDSP's website.
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