Sample Sorting Plugin Database

Sample Sorting Plugin Database

Features

  • Company
  • Price
  • Affilate Link
  • Developer Link
  • In Depth Review
  • Platforms
  • Level
  • Browsing Style
  • Ability to Group Sample Packs
  • AI Sort
  • Sequencer
  • Sequence Pitch Info
  • Midi Export
  • Sample Editor
  • FX
  • Stacking
  • Rhythm Generation
  • Loop Auto Chopping
  • Drag and Drop Export
  • Included Content
  • Kit Generation
  • Swing Support
  • Record In
  • Multiple Outputs
  • Supported Audio Formats
  • Manual
  • Video Support
  • Tool Tips
  • Resizable
  • Intuition
  • Workflow Score
  • Installation Pain
  • Extra Special Options
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    Atlas 2

    • Algonaut
    • $99
    • N/A
    • Developer Link
    • In Depth Review
    • PC
      Mac
      Linux
      Standalone
      VST3
      AU
    • Visual Maps
    • Yes Extensive
    • Yes
    • Yes
    • No
    • Yes
    • Yes Extensive
    • Sample Level Only (Limited)
    • No
    • Yes Extensive
    • No
    • Yes
    • .5 GB of samples (1500 Samples)

      Over 200 Midi Loops
    • Yes
    • Yes Global
    • Yes
    • Yes 16
      • Wav
      • AIFF
      • FLAC
      • OGG
      • MP3
      • WMA
      • Windows Codecs
    • No
    • No
    • Yes
    • Continuous
    • High
    • 8.5
    • Low
    • Multiple Maps with specific packs

      Earth and Galaxy Map View

      Hardware matching drum kit format

      Sequencer Mirror Edit Tool

      Custom Keyboard Shortcuts
Key

For more detailed information on a given product please see the review that will report on any weird bugs or issues encountered.

Browsing Style: Visual Maps means the plug-in generates a map the user uses to select sounds as opposed to a browser based system.

Ability to Group Sample Packs: The ability to create groups of packs to sort and use instead of having to use all packs at the same time.

AI Sort:An algorithm is used to sort and select samples.

Sequencer: if a sequencer to generate rhythms is present.

Sequence Pitch Info: Ability to sequence notes and pitch information.

Stacking: Ability to trigger multiple samples with one note.

Loop Auto Chopping: Ability to slice a loop for you instead of placing loop slicing yourself.

Drag and Drop Export: The ability to drag supported export types directly into the project from the plugin without dialog boxes.

Record In: Ability to record midi performances to internal plugin sequencer.

Access to samples: Direct access to the physical samples provided so that a host isn't needed to get to them.

Intuition: A loose judgment on how intuitive the interface is. How quickly you can make small and large adjustments. Every time I have to look something up this score goes down.

Installation Pain: On a few occassions the installation process was so bad that the plugin wasn't worth it. Most librarys have streamlined the installation process so that it is not bad, but it is noted here.