It has been meticulously tuned
and adjusted and particular care has been taken in the
reproduction of the original realism of Magnus Choir. In order to compensate some presets from
Windows version, the EXS24 Mk II Sample Library was enriched with
new choral sounds (natural and synthetic).
For existing registered users of
Choir format, you can order using
Crossgrade order page located
The full Magnus Choir
EXS24 mk II Sample Library version contains the
following EXS samples with their respective WAV files and are
designed to be used in EXS24/EXSP24 (Emagic Xtreme Sample
Player 24-bit, mark II) Logic Pro and Logic Express
Samplers as well as Ableton Live Sampler::
The instruments contained are
designed to be used in the EXS24 and EXSP24 instruments in
Logic Pro and Logic Express
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also is available in
Sample Library version made specially for Mac users in order to use
it on Native Instruments
Kontakt. It has been meticulously tuned
and adjusted and particular care has been taken in the
reproduction of the original realism of Magnus Choir.
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the product via email and once extracted the zip file, the
folder contains the Magnus Choir Apple Logic EXS24 mkII
files with their respective wav samples, and a couple of
PDFs with License and information and EXS24 / EXSP24 notes.
where samples are stored in Logic is: Macintosh HD> Library> Application Support> Logic>
Also you can
install Magnus Choir anywhere else on your hard drive and
place a shortcut in this folder. The EXS24 mkII instruments
will show up in Logic EXS24 / EXSP24 after a lauching the
mkII is a sample player plugin available for Logic Express.
The plugin is a play-only version of Apple's EXS24 mkII
How do I get the EXS MKII?
If you use Logic
5.5 or above, your EXS is automatically changed to the EXS mk
II. This is because the EXS already exists inside every
version of Logic. It's "built-in". You just need the
software key to unlock it. In Logic Pro 6 and above, its just
always there, nothing you need to do.
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EXS24 mkII is a
software sampler. It plays back audio files, called
samples, that you load into
it. These samples are combined into tuned, organized
collections called sampler
instruments. As sampler instruments are based on
audio recordings, they are ideally suited to emulating real
instruments such as guitars, pianos, and drums. Supported
Sample Formats (loads or saves) include AIFF, Akai, EXS24,
SDII, SF2, WAV. With robust synthesis options, support for
sampled instruments of almost any size, and 16 outputs for
flexible mixing and sound processing, it’s easy to bring
sample-based sounds to your production.
EXS24 mkII Sampler Instruments Pop-Up Menu
The EXS24 mkII
ships with a ready-to-play sampler instrument library.
To load an
Sample Storage Locations
In order to be
visible in the EXS24 mkII Sampler Instruments pop-up menu,
instruments must be stored in the Sampler Instruments
sub-folder of any of the following folders:
Support/Logic: User-defined or edited instruments
are stored here.
Support/Logic: Factory-supplied EXS instruments
are installed here.
/Applications/Logic 6 Series:
EXS instruments of the Logic Express 6 Series are
Logic Express also searches for EXS Instruments in the
Note: You can
store your sampler instruments in any folder on any of your
computer’s hard drives. Simply create an alias pointing to
this folder within a Sampler Instruments sub-folder (in any
of the paths listed above) and they will be shown in the
Sampler Instruments pop-up menu.
To browse to
the next or previous instrument in your sampler instrument
Sampler Instruments from Other Locations
manually load sampler instruments that are not shown in the
Sampler Instruments pop-up menu. This is done from the
Instrument pop-up menu in the Instrument Editor window.
sampler instruments from other locations
Instrument Editor by clicking the Edit button in the
upper-right corner of the Parameter window.
Instrument > Open, then locate the desired instrument
in the dialog.
EXS24 Sampler Instruments
To minimize the
number of sampler instruments displayed in the Sampler
Instruments pop-up menu, you can use the Find function. This
limits the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu to displaying
only sampler instrument names that contain the search term.
for sampler instruments
open the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu, then choose
search term in the Filter window.
the Search Filter
Clear Find in the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu.
Sampler Instruments pop-up menu is displayed, but the
search term you typed into the Filter window is not
cleared. You can return to the limited menu by
choosing Enable Find in the Sampler Instruments pop-up
menu. This allows you to switch between the two views
without re-typing the search term.
a different search
the Find command again and enter the desired search
EXS24 mkII Instrument Editor
Click the Edit
button to the right of the Sampler Instruments pop-up menu
to open the currently loaded sampler instrument in the
EXS24 mkII Instrument Editor window. The Instrument Editor
window provides precise control over each sample, or zone,
in the sampler instrument.
the Edit button when no sampler instrument is loaded also
opens the Instrument Editor window and automatically creates
a new, empty, sampler instrument.
EXS24 mkII Options Pop-Up Menu Commands
Options button in the upper-right corner of the Parameter
window. This opens the Options pop-up menu, which contains
the following commands:
Recall default EXS24 settings:
Recalls a neutral setting for all parameters in
the Parameter window. This provides a “clean slate” when
adjusting the parameters of your sampler instrument.
Recall settings from instrument:
Recalls the original parameter settings of the
loaded sampler instrument. This parameter is useful if
you’ve been overzealous with your tweaking and want to
return to the original sampler instrument parameter
Save settings to instrument:
Stores the current parameter values of the
Parameter window in the sampler instrument file. When
the instrument is reloaded, these values are recalled.
Delete settings from instrument:
Removes the stored settings (Parameter window
values) from the sampler instrument file.
Rename instrument: Opens a
file save dialog, allowing you to rename the loaded
instrument. This overwrites the existing instrument
Save instrument as: Opens
a file save dialog, allowing you to enter an alternative
name for the loaded instrument. This preserves the
original name and sampler instrument file, and creates a
new sampler instrument—a copy.
is a good, safe option to use, as any projects or
templates that use the originally named sampler instrument
will work as expected.
Delete instrument: Deletes
the loaded sampler instrument.
(Recall default EXS24 mkI
settings): Recalls the parameter settings of
sampler instruments created in the older version of the
EXS24—notably, the modulation paths. This parameter is
not relevant for sampler instruments created in the
Extract MIDI Region(s) from
ReCycle Instrument: Extracts regions contained in
a ReCycle instrument. If no ReCycle instrument is
selected, this option is dimmed.
AKAI Convert: Launches the
AKAI Convert window
SoundFont Convert, SampleCell
Convert, DLS Convert, Giga Convert: Each of these
commands launches a dialog with instructions about
performing these conversions.
Preferences: Opens the
EXS24 mkII preferences
Virtual Memory: Opens a
configuration window for the EXS24 mkII’s virtual memory
functions. Virtual memory allows samples of almost
unlimited length to be played back—by streaming audio
directly from the hard disk in real time. The virtual
memory window also allows you to enable direct access to
system memory for the EXS24 mkII—in systems with 5 GB of
RAM or more.
EXSP24 mkII is an update to the earlier EXSP24. In 2007
the product was discontinued and Logic Express now
includes the full EXS24 sampler instead of this sample
player. EXSP24 mkII (which stands for "Emagic Xtreme
Sample Player 24-bit, mark II") plays samples with bit
depths from 8 to 24, at sample rates from 11 kHz to 96
kHz, using sample formats including AIFF, EXS24, WAV,
SDII, SoundFont2, and AKAI S1000/3000, and with up to
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