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Chameleon AUv3 Sampler Plugin Update

Chameleon AUv3 Sampler Plugin, from 4Pockets.com, was updated with a new drum guide as a preparation for the release of DigiKeys. Owners of both Chameleon and DigiKeys will be able to create custom patches that load directly into DigiKeys, with a suggested layout for drum kits in DigiKeys automatically mapped to the appropriate MIDI notes.

What's new in Chameleon AUv3 Sampler Plugin v1.16:

Added the option to choose a dB level when Normalizing samples.
Added an option to reverse a sample.
Playing a drum pad now signals which sample is playing.
Added a Drum Guide option to speed up recording drums by automatically mapping samples to MIDI notes.
Fixed many existing bugs.

Note: The drum guide feature is in preparation for the release of DigiKeys. Anyone owning Chameleon can create custom patches which can be loaded directly into DigiKeys. This feature shows a suggested layout for drumkits used in DigiKeys and automatically maps imported or recorded samples to MIDI notes.

Reader Stacy Puckett got his hands on the DigiKeys beta and used it on this jam!

Reader Comments 2

It wasn’t the beta, I got it right when it came out.
All the sounds in this video are from 3rd party AUv3 instruments.

I have Chameleon as well but I don’t know how the 4pockets app-to- app workings are as of yet, because every time I tap on “preset” the app crashes immediately.

It works great triggering AUv3 synths however, and that’s what I wanted to use it for anyway.

Not a beta, just feels like one.
February 12, 2020  | person Stacy Puckett
Problem solved.
Like a lot of AUV3 synths, it needs to be opened as a stand alone first.
February 13, 2020  | person Stacy Puckett
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