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I created the samples from various plugins purchased or released from Logic Pro.
To get a sound that is closer to the original instrument, I remove presets, add effects, and change preset's settings.
All sequencers with a sampler.
When you put the sample in your sampler, you have to indicate that the sample starts with a C.
The samples are at maximum volume to give you a wide margin of maneuver. Beware if some samples saturate is that they were designed to be used at low volume.
At least 2 seconds per note to give you the opportunity to play the instruments in long agreement for example.
The names of the instruments in the video are the names of the samples when you download them.
Piano / voice = voice of the artist replaced by a piano
Between brackets = what we hear but I did not play in the video
Sometimes I use the same instrument at different octaves: I preferred to add the 2 samples for better quality to avoid the acceleration effect when the pitch is too high.