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ergo666



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What program or plugin to use? new
      #476974 - 23/06/07 06:20 PM
Hello

Im pretty new to this sort of thing but I've been a proffesional musician for a few years and I was wondering if anyone can help me.
I need a good program or plugin for triggering samples live. I use an external midi keyboard and I need something I can use to trigger sounds in real time, live using the keyboard. Essentially a program based sampler opposed to me forking out for some hardware based sampler.

any help would be greatly appreciated.

RICHEE


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seablade



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Re: What program or plugin to use? [Re: ergo666]
      #476980 - 23/06/07 06:45 PM
Kontakt.

Seablade


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