Casio CZ-5000: Electric Keys
This hardware .SF2 file is from the Casio CZ-5000 and is a sample from the below pack:
Essential TAL Sampler Vol.1
All instruments in this pack are created in our studio from multi-sampled hardware at 44.1kHz/24 bit providing you with the best file size to headroom while maintaining a decent noise floor. The overall file size is larger than 16 bit samples but will provide you with flexible levels when setting multiple instruments in your overall mix.
I realise there is still argument around what a “studio quality sample” actually is but the fidelity debate has been resolved for many years now. If you need to brush up or enlighten yourself around the issue I highly recommend you read the article in the attached link.
Roland Alpha JUNO-2 [circa.1985]
Casio CZ-5000 [circa.1985]
E-MU Proteus 2000 [circa.1999]
Korg DW-800 [circa.1983]
Roland JV-1080 [circa.1992]
Roland XP-80 [circa.1994]
Soundfont * Wavefrom Audio * TALsmpl (for use in TAL-Sampler)
* other sample formats available upon request *
Bass * Bells * Brass * FX * Guitars * Keys
Leads * Pads * Polysynths * Special Samples
Strings * Vox * Wind
Why 192kHz/24 bit Music is Very Silly Indeed
Q. Is TAL Sampler included in this pack?
A. No. It is available from TAL Software and is ridiculously good value for money.
Q. Are any effects processed into the samples?
A. No. All the samples are raw from the hardware.
Q. Are the instruments pre-configured for use straight away?
A. Yes! All instruments are hardware-modelled and set ready for TAL Sampler.
Q. What is the total pack size?
A. 74 Quality Instruments (2.8GB approx.)
Q. What is the cost of the pack?
A. AUD$19.95 via digital download.
Q. Where can I buy Essential TAL Sampler Vol.1?
A. Purchase safely via our Gumroad link: https://gum.co/DppWu
Q. Do you provide other formats such as Kontakt, SF2, Wav, etc.
A. Yes, but by request only.
Q. Are the files licensed?
A. Yes, under CC BY 2.0 found here: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ .