FloppyTron Update 1.3

  • Meld function direction fixed.
  • various bugs were fixed.

Sampleso Forum Is now Live

Sampleso Forum Is now Live:


The FloppyTron In Now Available To Purchase

We are thrilled to announce that our latest library, FloppyTron is out now! Check out the product page for audio demos and videos:


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Getting Ready for 'FloppyTron' Release

We are so excited to announce that tomorrow we are going to release our 'FloppyTron' Library.

FloppyTron Beta was just released

Our new beta version for 'FloppyTron' kontakt library was released for the beta team.

Few bugs was fixed on the sythophone

Few bugs was fixed on the synthophone

Starting to working of the next Library - FloppyTron

Some Background

While the true origin of floppy drive music is uncertain, we do know that one of the first videos on YouTube of a “singing” floppy drive was posted on September 16th, 2007. The video features a Commodore 64 floppy playing “Daisy Bell” from a pre-programmed midi sequence. Since then hundreds of different videos and tutorials were posted all over the internet showing their floppy drive music creations and sharing coding tutorials to create your own playable floppy drive.

Launching our first product - 'SYNTHOPHONE'

Launching our first product - 'SYNTHOPHONE'

No published changelogs yet.

Surely Sampleso will start publishing changelogs very soon.

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