Create Free Ableton Live Instruments from Philharmonic Samples
Automatically create and install hundreds of awesome Free (as in Freedom!) Ableton Live Instuments from the super high-quality [Philharmonic Orchestra](http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/explore/make_music/) samples.
ADGMaker requires that you have Python, OSX, and Ableton Live installed already. Then, simply:
$ pip install adgmaker
## Automatic Usage
The simplest way to use ADGMaker is with the ‘–all’ and ‘–install’ arguments, which will fetch the instrument archives from the internet, create ADGs, and install them into your Ableton installation automatically:
$ adgmaker –all –install
Then go to File -> Manage Files -> Manage User Library and use your new instruments! You’ll see them under the “Drums” tab. Tada!
## Manual Usage
Download an instrument from [the Philharmonic Orchestra website](http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/explore/make_music/double_bass) and unzip it.
Then, (from a virtualenv), run:
python adgmaker.py double_bass/
Then copy all of the .adg files to:
(or wherever your Ableton is installed).
Then copy all of the mp3s to:
Then go to File -> Manage Files -> Manage User Library and use your new instruments!
Some of the samples have a slight delay, so you might have to manually set the sample start time to your liking. I also like to add a little bit of fade out, reverb, and put them all into the same choke group, depending on the sound I want.
- Support other sound archives?
- Support making multi-instrument racks?
- Tests / CI!
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