IK Multimedia SampleTank 4 introduces some awesome new features
15 years since the original release, the new IK Multimedia SampleTank 4 has some exciting new features.
The sound engine in the new IK Multimedia SampleTank 4 has been redesigned with a host of new workflow improvements and features from re-synthesis and performance tools to a rebuilt effects engine and internal mixer. The package comes with a ton of content that takes advantage of a large portion of the new improvements, allowing you to focus on creating music without having to get weighed down by creating good sounds, making the most out of them with effects and mixing them.
One of the biggest additions to the new IK Multimedia SampleTank 4 is the new performance tools section, which features an arpeggiator, phraser and strummer. You can even load up MIDI files directly into the plugin. The Strummer modules emulates the way a guitarist would strum their guitar, you have various settings for chord, key direction and even neck position!
The new IK Multimedia SampleTank 4 features a rebuilt effects engine, featuring modules from their highly-renowned T-Racks and AmpliTube bundles. This allows you to get a great sound straight out of the box and minimizes on the need for heavy post-processing.
Mix in the plugin or your DAW…
The new Mixer window gives you quick access over your entire patch, with access to volume, pan and hands-on control over the five effects racks on each of the 16 channels. The new IK Multimedia SampleTank 4 also has the ability to send multitrack audio directly to separate channels in your DAW, so you can get a good sound straight out of the box, and this also allows you to mix your work in a DAW at a later stage.
IK Multimedia SampleTank 4 comes in three variations, and originally when it was announced the prices were higher, however it looks like they’ve kept the pre-order special prices.
The pricing is as follows:
SampleTank 4 SE – EUR €99.99 (Around R1600)
SampleTank 4 – EUR €199.99 (Around R3200)
SampleTank 4 MAX – EUR €299.99 (Around R4800)
For more information and a version breakdown check out the IK Multimedia website here.