Grace, new VST sampler for Windows
One Small Clue, the father of the Poise drum sampler, has launched Grace, a new VST sampler for Windows.
- Keygroups for detailed tweaking of sample layers
- 2 AHDSR envelopes
- 2 LFOs
- 2 step sequencers
- 4 XY pads for modulation
- Various filters and effects, including high-pass and low-pass filters and ring modulation
- Import SFZ patches
- Supports WAV, AIF and SND files
- Load samples from the host via drag and drop or the built-in browser
Grace is available in 32 and 64-bit VST versions for Windows only, it has an introductory price of $30 until the end of November, its regular price is $60. You can download a trial version from www.onesmallclue.com.
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