Helpful ReplyFree SFZ Player: Where is it?

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2009/05/17 10:36:23 (permalink)

Free SFZ Player: Where is it?

I have it, so no problem. But i wanted to point someone asking to the website. It`s not anymore at rgcaudio or project5 page.
Anyone know where cakewalk is hosting it?
Or is allowed personal sharing of this plugin?
Thanks
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RE: Free SFZ Player: Where is it? 2009/05/17 12:46:36 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby jimmyvalentyne 2017/06/30 11:00:00
Well, here is a place where can be downloaded, even is not from cakewalk. It´s the 1.97 version, the last free one.

http://www.kaosaudio.com/cakewalk-sfz-sample-player/
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RE: Free SFZ Player: Where is it? 2009/05/17 14:11:43 (permalink)
It used to be available at www.project5.com for free download but that site no longer exists. It is still bundled with SONAR as far as I know. Try calling or emailing Cakewalk and request them to make it available since it was free anyone. Perhaps they will post it on the Cakewalk instruments web site like they did Triangle as a free synth.
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RE: Free SFZ Player: Where is it? 2009/05/17 14:25:48 (permalink)
A guy at kvr has pointed to me that it is available at the old rgcaudio.com site trough the WebArchive backups:

http://web.archive.org/web/20070715220351/http://www.rgcaudio.com/downloads/freeware/

and here the reference page:
http://web.archive.org/web/20070711003558/www.rgcaudio.com/sfz.htm
post edited by marce - 2009/05/17 14:44:57
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RE: Free SFZ Player: Where is it? 2009/05/17 23:04:36 (permalink)
Marce, I fired off a private message to one of the Cakewalk employees that I've had some recent dialog with and asked him if Cakewalk would be willing to put a copy of the SFZ 1.9.7 up on their web site. He said that might be possible and he did already put it on one of Cakewalk's FTP servers so you can now officially get it directly from Cakewalk:
http://www.cakewalk.com/support/project5/sfz.aspx


Edit: More friendly link
post edited by Willy Jones [Cakewalk] - 2009/05/19 10:07:19
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RE: Free SFZ Player: Where is it? 2009/05/18 14:15:01 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: techead

Marce, I fired off a private message to one of the Cakewalk employees that I've had some recent dialog with and asked him if Cakewalk would be willing to put a copy of the SFZ 1.9.7 up on their web site. He said that might be possible and he did already put it on one of Cakewalk's FTP servers so you can now officially get it directly from Cakewalk:

http://www.cakewalk.com/support/project5/sfz.aspx



Good! thanks!
post edited by Willy Jones [Cakewalk] - 2009/05/19 10:07:33
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RE: Free SFZ Player: Where is it? 2009/05/19 11:21:19 (permalink)
I was going to update the link in my posts but I see Willy already took care of it. Excellent!
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Re: RE: Free SFZ Player: Where is it? 2015/05/11 16:03:09 (permalink)
It is no longer there
 
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Re: RE: Free SFZ Player: Where is it? 2015/05/12 06:03:29 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby mettelus 2015/05/12 23:59:02
Did you specifically want the rgcaudio sfz player?
 
It could be argued that there are 'better' free alternatives:
 
e.g,
Plogue Sforzando
CWITEC TX16Wx
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