Versilian Studios is a small company devoted to creating unique, well-constructed, and affordable sample libraries for composers. Our product line is mainly centered around orchestral instruments, but we sometimes branch out and include ethnic, rare, and just plain weird instruments. We pride ourselves on prompt and personable customer service, highly playable instruments, and a bit of fun along the way.
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New: For Developers- easily do the basic legwork of building SFZ files in seconds rather than hours.
Explore the sounds of the Italian Renaissance with the VS Harpsichord, featuring two stops and 4x RR.
Check out our popular (not to mention free) Upright Piano No. 1.
VS Glasses: sounds made with wine glasses after the wine is gone.
Add some oriental flair to your piece with a deep-sampled Vietnamese Dan Tranh.
Gain a new reason to buy earplugs with our up-close-and-personal Glockenspiel.
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Feel the earth tremble with our 5-velocity layer, 4-6 multisample Timpani.
Read the F.A.Q. where you can find answers to (almost) all your problems.
Yes, they are Hand-Chimes... not hand bells... not hand metallic hitty things... hand chimes.
Drop us a line with any questions or comments you may have, using the latest in modern communications.
Gain access to raw samples to experiment and create music with at our Freesound page.
Take a trip back to the turn of the 20th Century with the Fretless Zither.
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Visit the About page to learn more about our products and history.
Have an issue with a VS product? Try checking the FAQ for an answer. If you don't have any luck, drop us a line! We'll be glad to help you. We offer support in English, French, and Spanish.