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AAS Player

 My KVR
Sound Bank Player Plugin by Applied Acoustics Systems
Free / Bundled

AAS Player has an average user rating of 3.00 from 1 review

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Reviewed By Numanoid [read all by] on 25th May 2012
Version reviewed: Vista on Windows.
Last edited by Numanoid on 25th May 2012.
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AAS Player is a straight rompler, no tweaking required indeed.

Except the possibility to alter the volume setting there is really no way to personalize the presets, there is no options for layering, neither are simple effects like reverb, chorus or filter cutoff present.

The presets are pretty good, showcased by the free Swatches collection, they consist of "bread and butter" sounds suitable for most styles of music.

But as there is no way of shaping the presets in any way they can easily be recognized in the mix, and thus be in danger of becoming dated pretty quickly.

So like a linear video game, once you have played through it there is really not much to come back to here, unless you invest in further expansion packs at $39 a pop.

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PostSkript
PostSkript
31 January 2015 at 12:07am

how the fuck do u downlaod it?

BlackWinny
BlackWinny
31 January 2015 at 12:39am

It's simply provided freely in addition to any AAS bank.

So you can buy any AAS bank you want without having the synth it is made for. You install any AAS bank on your computer, it installs (or updates) the player in addition, do you have the synth or not... it doesn't matter. Therefore you'll be able to use all the AAS banks simply with the player without having the synth (of course without the ability to tune at your ease the patches included with these banks, but it allows you to use them "raw" in your compositions).

And the same copy of the player is compatible to any of these banks. No need to install several copies of the player.

All the AAS banks are so beautiful that even raw in the player they can have a great interest.

Conclusion: buy any bank from AAS... you get the player with it.

BlackWinny
BlackWinny
31 January 2015 at 12:45am

And there is even a little compilation bank which is free. It is swatch.

https://www.applied-acoustics.com/swatches/overview/

It is a good compilation which gives you a good idea of the quality of their banks. It is downloadable for free.

And like all their other banks... it contains also the player.

alfamax
alfamax
12 December 2020 at 10:59pm

Was there any changes in its sound behaviour since 1.40 version? After upgrading, one project of mine in now sounding notably different. The preset 78-Nestre now has been less smoothed.

MrJubbly
MrJubbly
18 February 2021 at 4:33pm

I recently purchased 'The Integral' bundle from AAS. All the synths work in the bundle except for AAS Player, which is flagged as 'errors' when scanned in FL Studio with 'Verify Plugins' enabled.

I logged into my AAS account and there are FAQ sections for each of my other plugins in the bundle, but nothing to help for any issues with AAS Player.

This AAS Player was installed using the customer all-in-one installer on a Windows 7 64-bit PC, using the latest 64-bit version of FL Studio 20.8.1.

Anyone know how I can get AAS Player to work?

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