Sampled audio collections have undergone significant change since polyphonic digital sampling first emerged in 1979. In the early days, the emphasis was on reproducing audio snapshots and then on entire instruments. A few years later, sampling short segments off records was all the rage, and it wasn’t long before entire musical vocabularies became available on CDs and eventually DVDs. Most recently, downloadable sample libraries have become a cost-effective means of getting the world’s finest sound designers to contribute their talents to your creative projects.Read the article
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