FAIRLIGHT CMI SOUNDFONTS
The Fairlight CMI (computer musical instrument) is a digital sampling synthesizer. It was designed in 1979 by the founders of Fairlight, Peter Vogel and Kim Ryrie, and based on a dual-6800 microprocessor computer designed by Tony Furse in Sydney, Australia. It rose to prominence in the early 1980s and competed in the market with the Synclavier from New England Digital.
The Fairlight CMI was very well built, assembled by hand with expensive components and consequently it was highly priced (around £20,000 for a Series I). Although later models, adjusting for inflation, were getting comparatively less expensive as the relevant technology was getting cheaper, competitors with similar performance and lower prices started to multiply. For some years the CMI was sought after by those who could afford one, but competition made life increasingly difficult for the company. Fairlight managed to survive until the mid-1980s, relying more and more heavily on its revered name and its products' cult status for sales.
92 x SOUNDFONTS FROM THE FAIRLIGHT CMI
TOP QUALITY SOUNDFONTS SF2
JUST LOAD AND PLAY YOUR SOUNDS !
When purchasing your FAIRLIGHT CMI SOUNDFONTS you wont need to go through the hassle of having to drag & drop your
samples into your sampler, our samples come in a SF2, this means, you can just load
the patches straight into your sampler.
A SoundFont is a brand name that collectively refers to a file format and associated technology designed
to bridge the gap between recorded and synthesized audio, especially for the purposes of computer music
FAIRLIGHT CMI SOUNDFONTS can work with these samplers: There are also more..see "Sampler Compatibility in our menu"
* Reason NN-XT
* Gigasampler - Gigastudio
* FL Studio
* Live synth Pro
* SFZ Sampler
All our sample packs are royalty-free, so you can use our samples for commercial use.
"But we prohibit you to produce copies or reproductions of the work and to sell those copies"
All the Soundfont Samplers In Althabetical Order:
Battery from Native Instruments
Creative Labs SoundBlaster Sound Cards
Cubase from Steinberg
EXS24 from Apple/Emagic
Emulator X from EMU
Finale from Coda
FL Studio / Fruity Loops from Image-Line
Garage Band from Apple
GigaStudio / GigaSampler
HALion from Steinberg
Home Studio from Cakewalk
Kontakt from Native Instruments
Logic from Apple (with EXS24 Sampler)
Mixman Studio Pro from Mixman
QuickTime 5 from Apple
Reason (NNXT Sampler)
Recycle from Propellarheads
Sonar from Cakwalk
Translator from Rubber Chicken
Unity DS-1 from Bitheadz
Vsampler from Maz Sound Tools
Why Would I Want To Use The FAIRLIGHT CMI SOUNDFONTS Format Over The Other Types Of Sound Formats Available?
Imagine being able to share a MIDI file, complete with your own custom sound sets. With SoundFont
technology, the world can hear your music exactly the way you intended! External musical instruments
(i.e., synthesizers and samplers) can be expensive and cumbersome for the amateur musician. Software
synthesizers and samplers can drain your system's resources, especially when using more professional
grade musical creation tools. Because SoundFont technology is hardware accelerated by the PCI-based
Sound Blaster Live! and Audigy series of sound cards, it only needs to use your computer's RAM.
Therefore, you can use the full power of your processor for making great music!