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 Inspire by Samplesphere is a Virtual Instrument Audio Plugin. It functions as a VST Plugin.
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Product Inspire
Developer Samplesphere
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Plug-in, App & Soundware Format(s)
Operating System Availability
Download Released
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System Requirements
32-bit VST only
Inspire is quite system intensive.Caution with instances per project advised.
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Inspire was designed to intelligently randomise its parameters to produce rich pads with the aim to inspire new compositions rather than to fit into existing projects. With this design ethos in mind it's not claimed Inspire is a sound design tool. That said, obviously you're free to use Inspire as you wish - if you find a way to make toast with it go ahead (at your own risk!) and please let us know how you did it.

The coloured panels in the grid randomise all, or specific parts, of Inspires internal settings.
Included in the randomising panels are Sweep Generators which create sweeps of randomly generated duration and tonality. Sweeps can be so subtle as to be almost imperceptible, powerfully dramatic or anywhere between the two. (Sweeps can be turned off by disabling the envelope resulting in a regular low pass filter.)

From the Options section, accessed via the MENU, sounds can be edited further in various ways. (For a complete view of Inspires Options see the pictures.)

Sounds produced with Inspire seem particularly useful for cinematic applications.

Creating banks of original presets for Inspire can be achieved in very little time.

With four channels, each having its own sound source and effects, it is very much hoped Inspire will do just that, inspire.

Inspire is quite system resource intensive. Caution with instances per project advised.

Made with SynthEdit
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Discussion: Active


15 March 2018 at 9:53pmchrisw63

Love the depth and breadth of the sounds. But... 32-bit? So many decent VST's are 64-bit now, and the two do not coexist in the same DAW instance without something like JBridge. I have nothing against 32-bit, but is it that much harder to code it as 64-bit? I don't really know much about coding VST's, and I'd really like to know that answer.

16 March 2018 at 7:05amSamplesphere

Hello chrisw63, .

Inspire wasn't coded it was built using SynthEdit with a version that is only capable of producing 32-bit instruments. There is a newer version of SynthEdit that can produce 64-bit instruments but it isn't reliable enough to merit marketing the produced instruments in our view.

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