It has been meticulously tuned and adjusted and particular care has been taken in the reproduction of the original realism of Magnus Choir. Plus, you need a good computer to run it on. The Tanpura is an essential accompanying instrument which provides a point of reference for creating other sounds; musicians or singers can freely improvise over the drone. Then Operator would be a smarter decision. I'd also go with Sampler if I already knew I would use multisampling on a regular basis. Also I don't know about your particular genre. Kontkt beats the crap out of Sampler, but have you run into areas with Sampler where you're frustrated yet? In short, Sampler is much more akin to something like Native Instruments Kontakt or Steinberg Halion because it has been designed to handle large multi-sampled instrument libraries, and it does so very well.
If you use Logic 5. The maintenance of this specific tone by shaping the bridge is called jawari. Hey Ableton Peeps, I am just starting to put my hours into this Ableton thing. The real kontakt let's you modify sounds, script and do a lot of stuff. However, Live 10 utilises the screen of Push 2 far more which makes the use of laptop screens less necessary.
Sampler, while simple, is great for basic everyday sampling. Jod and baaj strings, Sa and Ma. It can be free-running or can retrigger on note-on and can sync to host tempo if needed. The Max For Live knobs that send these messages can be automated in Live. For this reason, I start nearly every track now by building a new kick and preemptively doing my best to fit it to the general vibe I will be writing. However if you are serious about instrument building and are looking for pro features found in the big industry standard samplers like Kontakt, Sampler may be exactly what you are looking for.
Sampler, however, really comes into its own when doing multisampling, either by pitch or velocity or both. The Free Kontakt Player only will load this Library for 15 minutes in demo mode. Velocity splits are possible too. In the sampler department, you could say that Ableton has you covered. Probably the biggest advantage of Sampler over Simpler is its ability to multisample - Simpler is restricted to just one sample at a time, Sampler can hold several. Business is business I also have sampler but I never use it.
They are very powerful and fully integrated into Live. As a Full-time student I didn't have enough money for the whole Suite as a one time purcahse, so i settled with the standard version and saving to purchase the rest. In his Bharatiya Sangeet Vadya Dr. Sampler also features a polyphonic saturation stage for adding just the right amount of warmth to your sound. However, there is a lot of stylistic variance within these tunings. Fwiw, don't buy the Ableton instruments separately, just save up until you can afford to upgrade to Suite.
If you use Logic 5. Its multisampling capabilities are extensive, enabling you to map multiple sounds across an infinite number of zones before editing the usual key, velocity and crossfade ranges. No tabs, no menus, everything is presented in a single panel. There are some similarities, sure, but also many differences. Strings are tuned by tuning pegs, and the main playing strings can be fine-tuned by sliding a bead threaded on each string just below the bridge. Generally, the main playing string is tuned to the tonic approximately C - D , called Sa or vada and the drone strings both to that tone and to the samvada or second note, which is usually the perfect fifth.
No multi-sampling means no keyboard or velocity splits but Live has a few tools which can help us overcome these limitations. This is useful if you want to make realistic Sampler instruments - for example, I could load in three different volume samples for each of the keys on a piano to create a fairly realistic sounding piano instrument. Tension, on the other hand, is an entirely different instrument altogether. . All the instruments are awesome, seriously, and all worth owning; not to mention Max for Live. I think it's regarded as the 1 vst sampler by lots of people, because you can hear so many people praising it, and so many companies release sample packs in the Kontakt format.
Kontakt is one of the major tools that professional quality sampling instruments are built for. Depending on the manufacturer and model, these instruments bear varying degrees of resemblance to the traditional sitar. Kontakt for song and loop production, Sampler for live use and simple sampling. In my own, ideal fantasy world, Ableton Push is standalone, has a built in audio interface, is half the size, and is completely functional without the Ableton Live software, but once plugged into a laptop, you have your full set there ready for editing, tweaking, bouncing mastering etc. This picture shows you how to set it up: 2.