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Chamberlain Samples

Sampler and Sampling discussion (techniques, tips and tricks, etc.)

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woodslanding
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48 posts since 15 Jul, 2009

Postby woodslanding; Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:33 am Chamberlain Samples

anybody know a source for these? I've found mellotron samples, but seems like my actual favorite stuff is chamberlain....

thanks for any tips!
-eric
GreyLion
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2595 posts since 21 May, 2004, from Deep in the Heart of Texas

Postby GreyLion; Sat Aug 22, 2009 9:53 am

Don't know from your post if you're looking for freebies or for-pay software, but:

http://kellysmusicandcomputers.com/prod ... 790253.htm

Sampletron, which contains Chamberlin sounds - If you can qualify for academic pricing, it's on blow-out for $75. I'm barely resisting it...
woodslanding
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48 posts since 15 Jul, 2009

Postby woodslanding; Sat Aug 22, 2009 10:48 am

Ahhh---unclear how you qualify for academic pricing... and a little steep ($229?) without it.

But sounds like an awesome collection of sounds! Definitely what I had in mind.
GreyLion
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2595 posts since 21 May, 2004, from Deep in the Heart of Texas

Postby GreyLion; Sat Aug 22, 2009 11:05 am

Basically, if you're a student, teacher, or staff at an educational institution, you qualify. More commonly, if have a child who is a student, you can purchase in their name.

Doing this is not scammy, and places such as Academic Superstore make it bluntly obvious that they'll be delighted to sell to you. All of the places that sell academic software have pretty much the same attitude on the subject.

Here's AS's page on the subject: http://www.academicsuperstore.com/eligibility

Good luck!
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DocAtlas
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778 posts since 10 Jan, 2006, from Pittsburgh

Postby DocAtlas; Sat Aug 22, 2009 11:21 am

GreyLion wrote:Don't know from your post if you're looking for freebies or for-pay software, but:

http://kellysmusicandcomputers.com/prod ... 790253.htm

Sampletron, which contains Chamberlin sounds - If you can qualify for academic pricing, it's on blow-out for $75. I'm barely resisting it...


SampleTron is great, I have it & love it. IK's Sonik Synth 2 also has a few Chamberlin sounds, but not nearly as many as SampleTron.

G Media's M-Tron Pro also has some Chamberlin sounds, but I'm not sure which ones. It's the only other vsti I know of that has Chamberlin samples.
dougsyo
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3591 posts since 9 Apr, 2003, from NE Ohio, USA

Postby dougsyo; Sat Aug 22, 2009 12:30 pm

If you have sampletank engine, you can pick up individual sampletank-format Chamberlain sounds from Esoundz relatively inexpensively (ie without having to buy Sampletron or the whole Squids Tron Collection). I got Chamberlain Brass, Organ, Strings, and Trumpet that way.

Doug
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taijiguy
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766 posts since 15 Nov, 2004, from Kangzhou

Postby taijiguy; Sat Aug 22, 2009 2:39 pm

The best quality Chamberlin samples I've heard are on the Pinder Mellotron CD:

http://www.mellotron.com/cdlist.htm

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