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Poise Drum Sampler Plugin By One Small Clue Is Now FREE!

If you are looking for a simple and effective drum sampler plugin for your DAW, you might want to check out Poise by One Small Clue. It is now available as a free download from their website.

Poise is a 16-pad drum sampler that lets you load and edit your own samples, as well as tweak various parameters such as pitch, volume, pan, filter, and envelope. You can also layer up to eight samples per pad and assign different velocity levels to each layer. Poise also features a built-in mixer with 16 stereo outputs and 8 auxiliary sends.

One of the best things about Poise is its simple and intuitive interface that resembles a hardware drum machine. You can easily drag and drop samples from your file browser or other plugins onto the pads, and use the mouse wheel to adjust the knobs. You can also use MIDI controllers to trigger the pads and control the parameters.

Poise was originally a commercial plugin that cost $49, but it seems that One Small Clue has decided to make it free for everyone. The reason behind this move is not clear, but it might have something to do with the fact that the developer has not updated the plugin since 2016. Regardless, Poise is definitely offered as a free download from their website[^1^]. Simply download the installer from the product page and load it in your DAW. You donât need to sign up for a user account, and thereâs no software activation required.

Poise is compatible with Windows XP or higher (32-bit & 64-bit VST plugin format). It works with most popular DAWs such as FL Studio, Ableton Live, Cubase, Reaper, and more. If you are looking for a free drum sampler plugin that is easy to use and sounds great, Poise might be just what you need.

But what about the sound quality Well, Poise sounds great, as long as you feed it with great samples. The plugin doesnât add any coloration or processing to the samples, so what you hear is what you get. However, you can always tweak the sound using the filter, distortion, and ring modulator effects, or use your own external plugins for more sonic variety. Poise also has a humanize function that adds subtle variations to the velocity and timing of each pad, making the drum patterns sound more natural and less robotic.

Poise is not without its flaws, though. The plugin hasnât been updated since 2016, and it might not work well with some newer DAWs or operating systems. Some users have reported issues with loading samples, saving presets, or using multiple instances of Poise in a project. The developer seems to have abandoned the plugin and the website, so donât expect any bug fixes or support. Also, Poise doesnât have some features that are common in modern drum samplers, such as sample slicing, time-stretching, modulation matrix, or built-in sequencer.

Despite these drawbacks, Poise is still a fantastic drum sampler plugin that deserves a place in your plugin collection. It is simple, fast, and fun to use, and it can handle any genre of music that requires drums. Whether you want to create hip-hop beats, rock grooves, electronic rhythms, or anything in between, Poise can help you achieve your goals. And best of all, itâs now free for everyone to enjoy. 248dff8e21


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