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Testimonial

I'm a guitarist as well as a keyboard enthusiast so it really is great to see you offering acoustic and electric guitar and bass Soundfonts. Keep up the good work.

Nigel

FAQ

Do you have a question about something? Read through our Frequently Asked Questions.

Can I buy without a PayPal account?
Yes. On the PayPal website, you can use the most common creditcards.

Does the price include VAT?
No. If you live in the EU, you will be charged 25% VAT. All other users will only bee charged the amount listed on our website.

When I check out the amount is to high (EU citizens)
If you live in the EU, you will be charged 25% VAT.

I have earlier bought a product from Jensen Samples. Can I upgrade to the "Acoustic Guitars Collection" or "Electric Guitars Collection"?
Yes you can. Send us an email with your previous ordering information.

I did not receive an email with download information. Why?
Check your spamfilter. Automatic generated emails are often interpretated as spam.

Can I get a refund if I don't like the products?
Yes you can. Just send us an email and we will make the refund. You are offcause obligated to delete all copies of the SoundFonts and all audiotracks created with them.

Does my sampler support SoundFonts?
Most software samplers and some hardware samplers support SoundFonts. We have tested our products with Kontakt, Halion, VSampler, Exs24 and Reason. If you do not know if your sampler supports the use of SoundFonts, please see the sampler’s documentation.

How do I import SoundFonts to my Halion sampler?
1. Unzip downloaded samples and copy them to e.g. "C:\jensensamples".
2. In your Halion sampler click “Import” button.
3. Click "Select a Device" and choose the “Browse for SoundFont” option.
4. Browse to the directory with unzipped samples and double click the SoundFont.
5. Click “import” button under the Program row and browse to the directory where you want to save converted files.
6. Choose the desired parameters (if you do not know what to choose, just use the default values) and click the “Import” button.
7. The SoundFont is automatically converted and loaded.

How do I import SoundFonts to my VSampler?
1. Unzip downloaded samples and copy them to e.g. "C:\jensensamples".
2. Click on the “import” button to enter Import mode.
3. Click the SF2 button.
4. Browse to the directory with the unzipped files and double click the SoundFont.
5. Double click the SoundFont preset in the channel's preset field, and choose the loaded sample.

How do I load SoundFonts in Reason?
1. Unzip downloaded samples and copy them to e.g. "C:\jensensamples".
2. Start Reason and create an instance on NN-XT sampler.
3. Press the button used to load new samples/patches.
4. Browse to the directory with unzipped samples and double click the SoundFont you want to load.
5. Double click "Presets".
6. Double click the preset you want to load.
7. The SoundFont is now loaded.

Why is there only one preset in each SoundFont?
When you load a SoundFont you use your computers resources. The bigger SoundFont, the bigger task for your computer. Our SoundFonts consist of a combination of many sound recordings used in order to obtain a natural, well-sounding product.

If we combined several of our sounds in one big SoundFont (this can be done!), it would use more of your computer's resources than necessary.

How are the SoundFonts created?
Each soundfile is recorded with the best guitars and guitarists, using the finest microphones, preamps and digital converters. We primarily use Pro Tools and Logic Pro in our recording sessions. We use as few effects (EQ, dynamics etc.) as possible. You will have to add these effects yourself, since the final sound has to apply to your mix. The sound you hear when you press the keys on your keyboard is therefore the direct sound from the microphones.

The final Sample Instruments are made with Kontakt 3 and EXS 24 software.

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