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Abstract Crystal Pads from SampleScience is loaded with royalty-free samples, from soft, shimmering hums, to large orchestral pads.

Abstract Crystal Pads is full of 24-bit, WAV, royalty-free abstract pads, meaning you can use them in your commercial projects. The sampler is available in various different forms depending on your sample player of choice. All versions feature a minimal UI and run efficiently.

Plugin version:

  • 30 abstract pads
  • Multi-LFO
  • Room reverb
  • Lowpass/highpass filter
  • Low-CPU usage
  • Amplitude range controls
  • 3 voice modes: polyphonic, monophonic, and legato

The Decent Sampler version, available for the latest version of Decent Sampler, has the same sounds as the plugin version, but different effects and sound-shaping capabilities. The Reason ReFill version, available for Reason 12 and up or Reason+, contains 30 combinators with an EQ and a delay. The Kontakt version, available for the latest version of Kontakt 5/6, includes an amplitude and filter ADSRs, plus delay, reverb and chorus.

The plugin version of SampleScience Abstract Crystal Pads
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The plugin version is available in VST, VST, AAX, AU, AUv3 and standalone formats, on Windows 8.1/10, macOS El Capitan to Mojave (not compatible with Catalina and up), Linux and iOS. Your system must be 64-bit, 2GHz quad-core CPU or better, and 4GB of RAM or more. Head here, choose the version you want, enter any amount (including zero) into the donation box, then click I want this!. All you’ll need to enter is your email address.

Check out more free plugins from SampleScience, such as Resonance, Cassette Roads and Analog Waveforms Ds.