New BLISS Resampler 1.5

#1

BLIS Resampler 1.5 now available.
You can see the new feature in the short trailer on their website.
For me now it is the best resampler.
Samples are no longer stored as plugin state.
You should check it out.

#2

How does it compare with Kontakt? Does it do direct from disk playback?

#3

It is brand new, I have to check.
I used it to sample CPU intensive Instruments but save samples in plugin state was a no go.

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#4

Bliss doesn’t sample hardware modules. Any recommendation for sampling hardware? I wonder if Kontakt can sample hardware.

#5

SampleRobot

#6

Kontakt can’t sample at all.

SampleRobot can do it automatically. And with the new version 6.1 (currently in beta state) they’re adding VSTi plugin support so no annoying audio routing from another host is necessary anymore.

#7

What does export to Kontakt do?
Create an instruments with all samples included and loops etc?

#8

Yes, creates playable patches. With some limitations… I think release samples are not included automatically for instance.

#9

BLISS exports SFZ which can be imported in Kontakt, but I am not happy with the loop points.
In BLISS it sounds just perfect and in Kontakt you hear the loop points …
The developer told that in future versions a direct stream from disk is planned.
What I really like in BLISS it the streamlined Interface and the flexibility when resampling a VST plugin
You can free define the range, for example you only need 8 keys - you can define this range.
And you can give ticks as sample length, so you don’t not have to calculate the time which depends on BPM

#10

Can you export only the loop range as WAV or AIF to see what’s wrong with the loop points? Does BLISS maybe does a short crossfade between the Loop Out and In points and that’s why it sounds perfect in BLISS?

Does BLISS resample offline? The Sample Robot feature (at least at the moment) can only do it in real time which of course takes 10-15 minutes for sampling 61 keys chromatically…

#11

Thanks for your input. SampleRobot looks good, but if I can find a less expensive alternative as I need to sample only a few patches in a unique module.

#12

@olive I have mention this on other thread (free):