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Will Gurusampler be available to use as an AU or VST plugin ?

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(@soulstar)
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At times I would like to be able to load Gurusampler in MainStage, Logic or Ableton without having to have the additional cpu hit of loading it into Unify 1st when I don't need any of the features Unify offers.

Will it ever be available to use as an AU or VST plugin, or if not is there an easy way of loading samples in .gsd format made for Gurusampler into other samplers ?


   
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(@getdunne)
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Posted by: @soulstar

At times I would like to be able to load Gurusampler in MainStage, Logic or Ableton without having to have the additional cpu hit of loading it into Unify 1st when I don't need any of the features Unify offers.

Will it ever be available to use as an AU or VST plugin, or if not is there an easy way of loading samples in .gsd format made for Gurusampler into other samplers ?

I doubt there would be any "additional CPU hit" to speak of.

We have no plans to turn Guru Sampler into a separate plug-in at this time. It's possible, but not trivial. What do you think would be a fair price for it?

Samples in .gsd format are sold under license and encrypted, so no, there is no way to load them into any other plug-in, nor will there be.


   
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(@soulstar)
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Thanks Shane, I vaguely remembered that loading an instrument in a previous version of Unify within MS or Logic would be more cpu intensive, if you are saying there's no additional cpu hit then that's great.


   
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(@getdunne)
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Posted by: @soulstar

Thanks Shane, I vaguely remembered that loading an instrument in a previous version of Unify within MS or Logic would be more cpu intensive, if you are saying there's no additional cpu hit then that's great.

I'm not saying "no" CPU hit, just that it will be low enough not to make or break your DAW project.

The idea of a separate Guru Sampler plug-in is a good one, and it's on my (ever-growing) to-do list.


   
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