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I'm making a virtual instrument for mobile devices. Where can I license a sample library from for this purpose?

For example I would need individual audio files for individual piano notes. The license would would need to permit my mobile app to play these samples when my users press keys on a on-screen piano keyboard.

What's the ballpark price for a simple library with only one velocity layer?

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migrated from Feb 21 '14 at 10:24

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Try the mildon piano

The extended license for $109 sound appropriate for your needs.

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Are you affiliated with Mildon? – Friend Of George Apr 25 '12 at 20:14
you asked and answered with this. but you make it sound like someone else answered it – Cole Johnson May 27 '12 at 0:11

Why not use the free Yamaha Grand Piano samples? They are CC-Atribution 3.0 licensed. More samples from the OLPC project.

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