SampleScience Player ‘The Biggest Free Rompler Ever Made’

SampleScience has released SampleScience Player v1, aka ‘the biggest free rompler ever made’.

SampleScience Player, available for MacOS & WIndows, features a core library of 200 instruments, including everything from acoustic pianos to analog synthesizers drums.


  • 200 sounds
  • Linear ADSR
  • Multi LFO
  • Reverb
  • Highpass/Lowpass filter
  • Velocity amp range controls
  • Glide in mono voice mode

Audio Demos:

Pricing and Availability

SampleScience Player is available now as a free download. If you’ve tried it, leave a comment and share your thoughts on it!

5 thoughts on “SampleScience Player ‘The Biggest Free Rompler Ever Made’

  1. SampleScience have chosen the 200 very best free instruments in 14 categories, and the sound quality is truly outstanding!

    Very much worth a donation!

    Here are the categories–

    Basic: Basic waveforms from vintage analog synthesizers.
    Bass: Various bass from synthesizers and electric bass.
    Brass: Tuba and saxophone.
    Chips: Arcade sound effects arranged as drum modules.
    Drums: Various electronic drum machines and acoustic drum kits.
    Keys: Acoustic, electric and electronic pianos and organs.
    Orchestra: Jeff Glatt public domain orchestral library.
    Perc: Percussive instruments, mostly acoustic.
    Sound Design: Excerpts from our commercial sample libraries.
    Strings: Acoustic string based instruments.
    Synth: Synthesizer sounds from both analog and software synthesizers.
    Vocals: Various sampled voices.
    Wind: Wind acoustic instruments.
    World: Instruments from around the world.

  2. I don’t trust this mike L guy but maybe he’s cool. The jury is still out on this one. I’d like this for android because I’m trying to get away from Apple. They have ties to the reptile if you know what I’m saying. Sampling is the future of the synthesizer anyone will tell you that.

  3. Man this sounds great! Free. The price is so right. Thanks! Makes me want to butter my balls and drag them across my keyboard. Think of the beautiful sounds that my buttered balls could make with samples like this just spilling out.

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