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I agree entirely. I 'released' test versions across time to see if there were any complaints and no one said anything. So it why not. Of course my limits as a musician ('that would be zero') and lack of info on the samples makes them more patch packs than true instruments, but still as you say pretty amazing sounds for free. Maybe they can be released more coherently as an SFZ by you clever folks!

This seems to say Google has the rights and has made them Open Source? Anyway Google is big and it is their release and license. I made sure to take great care in linking and giving the license on the blog.
https://groups.google.com/a/tensorflow.o...mvi_dzoRwE
"The sounds and code are all open source under the same license as the github so feel free to make whatever you want and please share what you come up with Smile."

Thanks for taking the time to listen to them and picking some out with your good woodwind ears.
Well, they *would* be amazing if they weren't compressed down to like 16 kHz/16-bit mono or whatever they are, but the reverb does help "re-inflate" them a bit. Smile

Anyone can say anything they want about anything. I can say I own the moon, but that doesn't mean I own the moon. Wink
I swear I saw your name on it the other day and went wow nice VSCO2 Pro must be selling well if Sam finally bought the moon!

Yeah good point they aren't exactly 128 bit multi channel surround samples are they.
(02-07-2018, 07:27 PM)Samulis Wrote: [ -> ]Well, they *would* be amazing if they weren't compressed down to like 16 kHz/16-bit mono or whatever they are

Yeah, makes you wonder what the point of all this fancy tech is when the samples are like tracker quality?
(02-08-2018, 03:23 PM)bigcat1969 Wrote: [ -> ]Tracker Quality?

https://www.trackerboats.com/quality/

Umm... not quite Smile
Ah man and I had an Amiga back in the 90sish. I could have tracked if I'd only known. When I started out finding that DAW on Steam, I thought Cakewalk and Mattias pretty much invented this stuff in the early 2000s. Well VSL too for rich people. I'm gonna call it the Nouveau Sound Tracker set. NST.
(02-08-2018, 08:38 AM)Mattias Westlund Wrote: [ -> ]
(02-07-2018, 07:27 PM)Samulis Wrote: [ -> ]Well, they *would* be amazing if they weren't compressed down to like 16 kHz/16-bit mono or whatever they are

Yeah, makes you wonder what the point of all this fancy tech is when the samples are like tracker quality?

At the rate Neural Network tech is expanding, we'll be at 44.1/16 stereo within 5 years, I reckon. nVidia is working on a new graphics series that is designed to make the training of these neural networks much faster, so training it at higher sample rates and bit depths is going to get a lot easier. For now, at least, as I understand it, the issue is bandwidth/processing power. In short, developing sample libraries as we know it is probably going to go from business to hobby in about a decade or two.
Yup it is interesting to see Neural Networking start to take off. It will be fun to say take these 10,000 samples and make me some instruments tonight. I'll see what they are when I wake up.

In the meantime up to five 'CDs' though some are more remakes / exapansions. I think I might release them one a day for a while just to mess with people.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/zd34itacfc...ontakt.zip
http://www.mediafire.com/file/a83kmcdf8y...ontakt.zip
http://www.mediafire.com/file/q1xoz1uhiw...ontakt.zip
http://www.mediafire.com/file/r4l6ylvk50...ontakt.zip
http://www.mediafire.com/file/oalf83j07u...ontakt.zip

Just upgraded the Acoustic Keyboards to 21 instruments. Some of them are pretty weird not sure what they are. This is a rather eclectic collection you have to give it that.

Released the Flutes.
http://bigcatinstruments.blogspot.com/20...mples.html
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