Sample libraries from Karoryfer
Our virtual instruments are a little crazy and off-kilter. Even when we sample a normal instrument such as a cello, there are oddball noisy articulations. And sometimes, we sample instruments nobody else would take seriously, like an old guitar made in a Polish government factory.
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Secret Agent Guitar: A virtual guitar with personality, this library contains over 10000 samples of a bizarre hollowbody electric made in Poland in the 1970s. Can be used as 6-string or 12-string. Price: $39.
Our free libraries are:
The Hat With The Phat: Two ride cymbals adding up to a giant hi-hat. Download
Caveman Cosmonaut: Analog Polish keys from the 80s, sampled and given modern controls. Download
Squidpipes: Bagpipes made using a squid instead of a squig. Of course. Download
Gogodze Phu Vol II: A variable fidelity drum kit - lo-fi, hi-fi or anywhere inbetween. Download
Gogodze Phu Vol I: A percussion collection with five bobobo drums from Ghana and a cajon recorded in Poland. Download
Marie Ork: A voice bank for Plogue Alter/Ego. Capable of growling, singing, and many strange sounds. Download
Bear Sax: A baritone saxophone made in 1926 by Conn. Download
War Tuba: Over 1000 samples of folk-punk tuba. Download
Meatbass: Our most popular freebie, this double bass is more folk/pop than classical. Download
Karoryfer x bigcat cello: A flexible cello. Also with NI Kontakt version. Download
String Cyborgs: Part violin family, part machine. Subtractive synthesizers using looped samples of bowed strings instead of synthesis. Download
Weresax: Tenor sax samples. Download
Scarypiano: Piano samples passed through scary effects. Download
Shinyguitar: Shiny black archtop guitar. Download
Earlier libraries with no graphical user interface
You can download an earlier version of Meatbass from external sites.
Our free sample libraries can be downloaded directly from this site - no registration, like or donation required. Most of the free samples have a CC-BY attribution, but we only want attribution if you're going to redistribute these samples as samples or as part of larger sample libraries. If you are using them in tracks, feel free to ignore the attribution part with any of the instrument libraries.
If you're interested in how we do this stuff, we also contribute to the open source SFZ format documentation project, including detailed descriptions of how we've implemented features like humanized vibrato and brushed drum stirs.
Any questions or comments about our samples? Email firstname.lastname@example.org